Simon May

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  • Blog Post: IE9 will control who can track you

    When you hit a web page you send lots of requests to lots of places to get all the content for the page be it images, scripts embedded videos or adverts.  When that request happens the people who you’re requesting that stuff from also get to learn what you’re viewing when you send the request…that...
  • Blog Post: Internet Explorer 9 BETA for IT Professionals (#IE9)

    And here it is folks the new Internet Explorer 9 Beta has just landed and everyone can download and go play with it as you wish.  I’ve done quite a bit of that for you with NINE 1 minute tours of some of IE9’s new features.  Features like tab pinning, OneBox, Notifications and Privacy all covered...
  • Blog Post: PDC10 for the IT Professional – the view from #ukpdc10

    I love it when we put on a good show, geeks, streams, quizzes, phones and most importantly TECH!  Last night we played host to a whole bunch of people at the Microsoft Campus in Reading who all left happy (twitter says so # ukpdc10 ) and who all learnt some new stuff about Azure , Windows Phone...
  • Blog Post: IT Pros and IE9 what should you do

    There’s a lot going on with Internet Explorer at the moment with the IE9 Beta having just launched and you might be wondering what the best course of action is for your business.  Well we just published some guidance on what to do , but I’ll summarise it for you.  Roll out the Windows Optimized...
  • Blog Post: Talking about App Compat and Internet Explorer today with Quest

    Today I presented at a seminar with Quest around IE migrations and compatibility.  Many people asked for the deck, so here it is.  
  • Blog Post: How to turn your SharePoint site into a native app with 5 lines of code

    The web has changed and things have moved on, not really a shock, but the evolution of the latest web browsers is changing things.  In particular Internet Explorer 9 allows you to take any site you see on the web and turn it into a native application by simply dragging a tab down to the task bar...