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TechNet Radio: (Part 3) Virtualization: Did You Know…

In Part 3 of our “Virtualization: Did you Know…” series, Jeff Woolsey and I conclude our Top 10 list of Virtualization solution facts. Download MP3 (Audio only) MP4 (iPod, Zune HD) High Quality MP4 (iPad, PC) Mid Quality MP4 (Windows Phone, HTML5) High Quality WMV (PC, Xbox, MCE) Missed Part 1 or Part 2  in… Read more

TechNet Radio: (Part 1) Virtualization: Did You Know…

Today I welcome Varun Chhabra to the show as we kick off our three part “Virtualization: Did you Know…” series.  In this series we will discuss facts and facets of Microsoft’s Virtualization solution that, if you are currently using some other virtualization platform, you probably didn’t know but definitely should. Download MP3 (Audio only) MP4… Read more

Who are we? I’m glad you asked…

Hi. I’m Kevin. “Hi Kevin!’ …and I’m an IT Professional Technology Evangelist with Microsoft.  I’m one of nine who represent Microsoft in these 48 contiguous United States. (Maybe someone gets to go to Hawaii and Alaska now and then, but they’re not sayin’.) Anyway, I thought I would take a moment to provide you with… Read more

TechNet Radio: Cloud Innovators – MigrationWiz and Office 365

Yes!  My first in our new “Cloud Innovators” series of interviews is now live! About This Video We’re kicking off a new series today with Sr. IT Pro Evangelist Kevin Remde as he examines some of the top innovative companies who are using Microsoft Cloud solutions to help others improve their IT and business operations…. Read more

Private Cloud Day–A Big Deal and a Big Event

This Tuesday, January 17, 2012, Microsoft is holding a special Private Cloud webcast.  “Special?  What’s so special?” I’ll tell you why.  Well, actually I can’t tell you all the details (because I don’t know them), but what I can tell you is that you’ll learn a lot.  The webcast features Satya Nadella – President, Server and… Read more

More Hyper-V Goodness (“Cloudy April” – Part 17)

Today I thought I’d throw some good resources around Microsoft’s platform for virtualization: Hyper-V Hyper-V getting Started Guide – http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/cc732470(WS.10).aspx Step-by-Step Guide to Getting Started with Hyper-V (download) – http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/details.aspx?familyid=BCAA9707-0228-4860-B088-DD261CA0C80D&displaylang=en The Best Virtualization Tools – http://www.microsoft.com/virtualization/en/us/resources.aspx Windows Virtualization Team Blog – http://blogs.technet.com/virtualization/ Microsoft Hyper-V Server Configuration Guide – http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/en/details.aspx?FamilyID=E1E111C9-FA69-4B4D-8963-1DD87804C04F Step-by-Step Guide for Testing Hyper-V and… Read more

Let’s Chat Business (“Cloudy April”–Part 11)

I know I’ve talked here about it before, but I do want as many IT Pros and IT Managers as possible to know about the series of webcasts I’m doing entitled “IT Manager Chats with Kevin Remde”.  These are so much fun to do, because I get to talk to some people in the business… Read more

IT Manager Community Chats are back!

This Wednesday (March 16) at I’ll be hosting the first of what I hope will be many (several already scheduled… more to follow) of what we call “IT Manager Community Chats with Kevin Remde”.  Our first one is going to be with Microsoft’s Tharun Tharian, a Sr. Product Manager for SQL Azure.  You’ll learn about… Read more

Upcoming Webcast on PowerShell – What script would you like to see created?

This is a really great idea, and a very unique opportunity to participate.  On September 22, 2010 there is a webcast happening entitled “TechNet Webcast: Windows PowerShell Basics for IT Professionals”.  But that alone isn’t very exciting. “It is to me, Kevin.  I’d like a little help getting started with PowerShell!” Certainly.  But wouldn’t it… Read more

Trying to break free of Internet Explorer 6? Attend the Springboard Series Virtual Roundtable

You’re not alone!  Sure, many people are making the switch to Windows 7 and Internet Explorer 8, but some are actually being held back because of applications or company web-based tools that were built for and require IE 6.  And that’s just not right! “But what do we do about it, Kevin?” Well, one thing… Read more