Upcoming IT Camp Events in West Region - Updated 2/15/12

In the West Region, Chris Avis and I are hosting a set of events in the March and May / June timeframe. In November 2011, we tried out a new format for events which we called IT Camps. This new format included the ability for the attendees to select the topics that would be discussed….


Upcoming TechNet Events in West Region

I don’t have the registration links just yet, but I do have word that we will have a series of TechNet Events in the West Region during the months of April and May (working on June). The month of April will be delivered by Chris Avis and will center around System Center Essentials 2010 and…


Cloud – Harold’s Musings on Public, Private and Dedicated Clouds

On January 24th and 25th, I delivered the “Cloud” portion of the TechNet Event Presentation that took place in Irvine, CA and Los Angeles, CA.  Based on the questions before and after the session, I thought it would be very useful to put up a blog post that recaps what I presented.  Some of this…


January TechNet Events in Southern California

In January, we are having TechNet Events in Southern California.  The events will be covering Virtualization and will take place in the Microsoft Offices in Irvine and downtown Los Angeles. The Dates and times are as follows: Irvine: January 24, 2010 from 1 PM – 5 PM: Registration Link Los Angeles: January 25, 2010 from…


Exchange Server 2010 SP1 Available

Yes, I know I’m a bit late with this post, but it is better late than never, right???  🙂 On August 25, 2010, Exchange Server 2010 SP1 RTM’d (technically released to Web) and is available for download here. The Exchange team continues to take feedback from customers and make tweaks and enhancements to Exchange Server…


Sonata Software (partner in India) chats about custom application for BPOS

I have talked to many folks about our Business Productivity Online Suite (BPOS) offering for a little bit now.  One of the common questions / complaints I received was around custom applications that a customer might have built on SharePoint and now it doesn’t work with BPOS.  Or just that it wasn’t possible to write…