Building Community One Brick At A Time

Stephen Rose - Sr Community Manager - Windows Client IT Pro

Browse by Tags

Related Posts
  • Blog Post: Missed Our Application Compatibility Virtual Roundtable?

    Did our VRT wrap-up post wet your appetite for more? Looking to learn about virtualization as a application compatibility tool? No need to worry if you missed the live event as the is now available to stream or download here . Windows 7 Application Compatibility Part 2: Virtualization In part two of...
  • Blog Post: The Get On The Bus Tour Comes To Philadelphia

    Yesterday, Microsoft’s Get On The Bus tour came to Philadelphia, PA. We got to see the sites, try some Cheesesteak sandwiches and meet with some amazing IT pros, We even got to meet the Mayor of Philadelphia, Michael Nutter. It was a great stop with many more to come. If you in DC, Charlotte, Richmond...
  • Blog Post: Reminder: Springboard Series Virtual Roundtable Windows 7 Application Compatibility Part 2: Virtualization with your host Mark Russinovich

    Date: Thursday, September 24 Time: 9:00am Pacific Time https://ms.istreamplanet.com/springboard Hear Mark Russinovich, Chris Jackson, Jeremy Chapman and our panel of experts chat about how virtualization tools can help you with application compatibility concerns whether you’re migrating from Windows...
  • Blog Post: Get On The Bus in Washington DC

    The Bus Tour gets to our nations capitol in Washington DC for two days of presentations on Windows 7 , Office 2010 and MDOP . The crowd was great and the city is amazing. Check it out! For more on the Get On The Bus tour or to sign up for sessions in one of our remaining cities, check out the site here...
  • Blog Post: The MED-V v1 SP1 Release Candidate is now available

    This week we recently released a new version of MDOP that includes six virtualization and management tools for Windows desktops. Along with the new App-v 4.6 , we have also released the MED-V v1 SP1 Release Candidate, with support for Windows 7 32 bit and 64 bit for download . It’s final release is expected...