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  • Blog Post: Looking Back, Moving Forward: System Center and Virtualization

    Today, I wanted to take a look back at 2009. It is simply amazing when you look at where Microsoft® System Center and Microsoft Virtualization were at the beginning of the year and where we are today. When we started 2009, we were really still promoting the new releases of Windows Server® 2008 Hyper...
  • Blog Post: Using SCE 2010 to Slay the IT Jabberwocky!

    One, two! One, two! And through and through   The vorpal blade went snicker-snack! He left it dead, and with its head   He went galumphing back. ~Lewis Carol I recently went to see the new Alice In Wonderland movie with my family and really enjoyed it. You haven’t seen the Mad Hatter until...
  • Blog Post: What Are Midsize Customers Saying About System Center?

    It’s always very validating to have customers come back to you with positive feedback and evidence that what you worked so hard to build is adding value to their business. We’re fresh off the launch of System Center Essentials 2010 and Data Protection Manager 2010 , so we’ve been out talking to early...
  • Blog Post: System Center Team Lights Up Convergence US in Atlanta

    On April 24-27 members of the System Center Essentials and Data Protection Manager teams were in Atlanta at Convergence US for the launch of SCE 2010 and DPM 2010 . This Microsoft Dynamics event was held at the Georgia World Congress Center with over 8,000 customers, partners, press, and staff onsite...
  • Blog Post: System Center Hits “Big Easy” for TechEd

    If you’re coming to the “Big Easy” ( New Orleans ), for TechEd North America , and you work in a midsize business, be sure to come see us at the Microsoft Demo Station Stations for SCE 2010 and DPM 2010 , to see how we’re making virtualization and IT management “Big Easy” for midsize businesses! We also...
  • Blog Post: SCE 2010 + DPM 2010: HOT at TechEd 2010!

    When heading down to New Orleans for TechEd North America a couple weeks ago, my mind wandered back to the TechEd three years ago In Orlando where we launched SCE 2007, the very first System Center IT management solution Microsoft specifically built for midsize businesses. Yes, I got a bit teary-eyed...
  • Blog Post: What’s a CP-901 and how did I get here?

    Hello - my name is David Mills and I’m a Senior Product Manager on the Microsoft System Center marketing team. I’ve been with Microsoft for almost 10 years now and for the past four years, I’ve been involved in product planning and technical product management focused on the IT Management needs of midsize...
  • Blog Post: Microsoft “gets” Small Business

    This week, a new report from Compass Intelligence ranked Microsoft as #1 among the top technology vendors that are effectively serving small businesses. Stephanie Mehta at CNN Money.com published an article this week that listed the top ten vendors, with Microsoft going from #6 last year to #1.  ...
  • Blog Post: Time for New IT Tools? SCE 2010 & DPM 2010 Launch!

    If you’re like most people, you’ve faced a maintenance or repair job that was bigger than the tools in your toolbox. Maybe your in-sink disposal got jammed when one of your kids decided it would be a fun place to “blend” their sibling’s favorite miniature stuffed animal? So, you needed a basket wrench...
  • Blog Post: A Recap of MMS 2010

    MMS 2010 , which ran April 19th-23rd in Las Vegas, was voted by its attendees (up 51% over last year) as one of the most successful conferences of the series!  Many thanks to all who attended, and to our sponsors (including our platinum sponsors Dell, Hitachi and HP), for making this event such...
  • Blog Post: Bang Your Head!!!

    Sometimes it can be annoying when a song gets stuck in your head, but pretty hard to avoid – especially when you have a habit of fixating on things like I do. When my daughter asks me to download some new songs for her Zune , I end up getting the latest songs by Justin Bieber, Katy Perry or Taylor Swift...