It is not so hard to believe that it has been a year since I bought my Microsoft Surface Pro. I liked it, but as I am not an average computer user, it did not take too long for me to realize that it was simply not powerful enough to be my primary laptop. Don’t… Continue reading Surface Pro 2: Oh yeah!
Last month I had the opportunity to sit down with Robert Crane, the host of the Need to Know Podcast, about Windows Intune. These podcasts are great for keeping IT professionals up to date on technologies that they may not know a great deal about, and Windows Intune is certainly one of those. Dubbed by… Continue reading The Benefits of Windows Intune
You have a small business. You have been running Windows Small Business Server 2003 for six years, and you know that it is time to retire it. The question is, what should replace it? Before you make any definitive decisions, why not review what you need your server to do: File Server Mail Server Internet… Continue reading Managing Your SMB-IT Without Server
In my last post I told you about some free downloads which are being given away by the company that makes them. I have worked with this company’s software before, and there is nothing you need to be worried about. However most of the stiff offered ‘free’ on the Internet has a cost to it…… Continue reading Free? Downloaders Beware!
I have been asked by Microsoft Canada to post this to the site. Please feel free to comment, and let me know when you do get stared with Office 365, InTune, or Azure! -Mitch You’ve likely heard about how Office 365 and Windows Intune are great applications to get you started with Cloud Computing. Many… Continue reading Getting Started with Cloud Computing
If you attended one of my Windows Intune sessions this week across Canada, and have asked me for the session content, please send me an e-mail and I will give you permissions on my SkyDrive.
If you are with a Microsoft Partner in Canada, then this training is for you! I will be delivering a one-day hands-on class on Windows Intune: Implementing and Supporting Technical Training across Canada. Because it is sponsored by the Microsoft Partner Network the cost for this one-day session is just $99… and that includes breakfast… Continue reading Are You Intune? You can be for only $99!