Surface Pro 4: First impressions

I must be mellowing as I get older. When I got my Surface Pro (was it really only February of 2013 that they came out?) I was still working with Microsoft, and a colleague at the Microsoft Store in Toronto (back then there was only the one) arranged for me to get in early so... Continue Reading →

Helping Others… Helping Myself.

Many of you probably think that because I have this great blog that I am smarter than others.  Nothing could be further from the truth.  The reality is, sometimes I just research a problem that I am having until I find the solution... I blog about it, and then I usually forget about it. So... Continue Reading →

Rock the Vote!

For over a decade I have been working on this blog, first on MITPro.ca, then a couple of different URLs and every year my readership has grown... and I have worked hard to maintain the level of posts that you have come to expect.  While this year has been a difficult one for me (more... Continue Reading →

Do you still like this blog?

I hope you do!  In 2011 we were awarded one of BizTech Magazine's 50 Must Read IT Blogs.  We need your help to stay on the list!  Please take a moment to vote here: https://list.ly/~ZTczk and let me know that you still find my writings useful and handy... or at least amusing and interesting 🙂

Goodbye TechNet… But not quite.

September 1st came and went... most of us in North America enjoyed the long Labour Day weekend, whether we were with family, at the cottage, enjoying the CNE, or doing whatever people who don't live in Toronto do for Labour Day.What most of us did not feel was the hard stop of all of our... Continue Reading →

The World… for the World According to Mitch.

Somalia. Greenland. Vanuata. Montserrat. Cook Islands. Samoa. Mali. Sierra Leone. Burundi. Federated States of Micronesia, Liberia, Equatorial Guinea, Niger, Djibouti, British Virgin Islands, Northern Mariana Islands. What do these sixteen nations have in common?  Certainly not geography – some are tropical islands, others African nations, and of course Greenland should, by all rights, be its... Continue Reading →

Big in Japan…

There has been a rumour floating around that I was not happy at Microsoft Canada.  Whoever started that rumour was not me, and it could not have been further from the truth.  I have loved working with the DPE Team, I have loved almost everything about the past year. With that being said, over the... Continue Reading →

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