Archive for October, 2012


The fourth and final part of my Windows Intune (version 3) review is now online – read it here. I look at improvements to the management console as well as the integration with System Center Configuration Manager 2012 that’s coming SP1 for System Center 2012.

Enjoy! And thanks for your time in reading.

The third part of my overview of Windows Intune is now live at 4sysops, I cover the Active Directory and Office 365 integration, read it here.

Enjoy! And thanks for reading.

The next part of  my review of the next version / wave of Intune is now live at 4sysops – read it here. I cover BYOD and mobile device management.

Enjoy! And thanks for reading.

It took a while but my review of System Center Data Protection Manager 2012 is now live on Redmond Magazine’s page – read it here.

Enjoy and thanks for reading.

The first part of four of my Windows Intune 3 is now online at 4sysops, read it here. This first part is an overview of Intune and a quick recap of what’s new.

Enjoy and thanks for reading.

The third of my four interviews I did at TechEd Australia is now live at 4sysops, read it here. Jeff and I discuss tablets and Windows 8, DevOps or the merging of Developers and IT Professionals and this years TechEd in general.

Enjoy – and thanks for reading.

I have written a two part deep dive into using System Center Virtual Machine Manager 2012 SP1 for Technet Magazine. The first part looks at using SCVMM to manage your fabric, the underlying hardware, clusters, networks and storage as well as setting up SCVMM in a Highly Available fashion. The second part will cover building your private cloud on top of this managed fabric.

Read part 1 here.

Enjoy and thanks for reading.

Two weeks ago I attended TechEd here in Australia as a guest of Microsoft. It was a great experience which has already resulted in two published interviews, here and here, with more to follow. Here’s a short post about my experiences of TechEd and why you should attend next year if you haven’t been already.

Enjoy – and thanks for reading.

Another one of my interviews at TechEd Australia 2012 is now live at 4sysops. This time I talk to Ben Armstrong about Hyper-V, VMware and how it feels to finally be leading the game, rather than following. Read it here.

Thanks for reading.

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