Brand Spanking New Server and Domain Isolation Case Study

Hot off the presses, we’ve just published a brand spanking new customer case study about how the City of Sapporo (Japan) implemented a Server and Domain Isolation solution.   Here’s a link to the case study (which you can also find with several case studies on our our Server and Domain Isolation TechNet site): Major Japanese Municipal…

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New White Paper on Intel’s I/OAT with the Scalable Networking Pack

I’m back, healthy and attempting to catch up from TechEd 2007.  While it was a killer time down in Orlando, there was plenty of good stuff piled up on my desk (and in my inbox) on my return to Redmond. One of those items on the “good stuff” pile, was a newly published white paper…

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Tech·Ed 2007 – Day 5: IPsecapalooza 2007 (recap)

Day 5 (which was yesterday) was rough one.  I’d been fighting a cold for most of my visit here in FLA, and it came back to haunt me during my last session Thursday afternoon. I did a spiel about how you can simplify your Windows XP and Windows Server 2003 based Server and Domain Isolation deployments with…

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Tech·Ed 2007 – Day 4.5: Tolly Group White Paper Published!

So, I’ve talked a lot about this white paper that the Tolly Group published in my Networking Session on Tuesday.  Well, it is now up and ready for download from our TechNet Networking site! Here’s the direct link: Enhanced Network Performance with Microsoft Windows Vista and Windows Server 2008 Here’s a little excerpt to tantalize your…

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Tech·Ed 2007 – Day 4: TLC Fun! (Recap)

Once more, I’m plagued by horrifically poor bandwidth on the hotel network.  After having dinner with Sean (aka Seanv6) at the Bahama Breeze, and dodging some hardcore downpours with lots of loud thunder and nearby lightening to boot, I returned to my humble temporary abode to check email, surf for interesting tidbits to kick-off my Thursday afternoon…

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Tech·Ed 2007 – Day 3: My First Session (Recap)

Technically it is day 4 for me, but I had a little trouble posting yesterday evening since just about all the bandwidth in my hotel was consumed.  I ran the handy Speakeasy Speed Test a bunch of times and it was barely making it over 300 Kbps on the download side. Wow! It’s slightly ironic…

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Tech·Ed 2007 – Day 2: Opening Day

So.  I started my day out battling a non-late night out based headache (“yeah, right Hameroff” — no, seriously, I hit the hay around 10:30p) and then confused by the TechEd 2007 shuttle buses.  I’ll explain the latter more. At 9:30a-ish, I stood in front of my hotel for the #2 shuttle bus to arrive.  My…

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Tech·Ed 2007 – Day 1: The Setup

Greetings from sunny (and humid) Orlando, Florida!  This year’s TechEd confab takes place in the somewhat “Giger-esque” looking Orange County Convention Center (known on the mean streets of, well, International Drive as “The O.C.C.C.” — which is not likely the name of a Fox TV series spin-off of “The O.C.”). This is the first time I’ve been back…

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TechEd 2007 Security Track Goes On-line

Guess what?  TechEd 2007 is next week! Yup. And, to help make your TechEd experience even better, my pals over in the Trustworthy Computing Group have launched a brand new “TechEd Security Track 2007” site off of Microsoft.com.  Check it out at: http://www.microsoft.com/security/teched/default.mspx What’s neat is you can listen to me blather on about the…

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Did the Easy/Easier Zombies Invade an Apple Store?

As I’ve mentioned in the past…my buds down the hall in the Forefront team have one killer (no pun intended) advertising campaign in effect that features a number of different comedic ways to deal with potential office attackers.  If you’ve visited http://www.easyeasier.com, you’ve likely noticed that one of the groups of attackers featured are zombies. …

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