Microsoft Virtualisation Free eBook Offer

Learn about the latest Microsoft Virtualisation technologies, including Hyper-V and Windows Azure. Download Understanding Microsoft Virtualisation R2 Solutions, written by industry expert Mitch Tulloch along with the Microsoft Virtualisation team. Register to download Understanding Microsoft Virtualization Solutions, Second Edition (updated for Windows Server 2008 R2) from Microsoft Press. Here’s info from the eBook: The primary…

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Upcoming Webcast – Get started deploying Windows 7 and Office 2010

Join us for a webcast technical presentation next month: Get started deploying Windows 7 and Office 2010 Businesses across NZ are rapidly deploying Windows 7 and Office 2010 to take advantage of a more productive desktop environment, and to avoid any issues as Windows XP approaches its End of Support date.   In this 1 hour…

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Microsoft NZ invites you to a discussion on the future of trustworthy computing.

The internet of things, big data and virtually limitless inexpensive storage will transform the online environment. Huge volumes of data from new sources such as sensors, biometric devices and smartgrids will create significant opportunities in business, healthcare, government and countless other fields. At the same time, the data deluge will also carry significant risks that…

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TechDays Presents: Half-Day Hyper-V Training in New Zealand

Free Microsoft NZ technical training event in Auckland and Wellington! Find out how Hyper-V has matured and grown up a lot over the last few years, now including the core functionality you need to meet your business and technical requirements for virtualisation. This training builds on your current Virtualisation skills (regardless of which Hypervisor) and…

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Christchurch User Group event: Windows Phone 7.5

the next Christchurch Infrastructure User Group session has been announced, this time an overview and demo of Windows Phone 7.5 “Mango”. What’s new in Windows Phone 7.5 for End Users & Business Come along to this end of year User Group session and hear what’s new in Windows Phone 7.5. This session will help you…

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2 weeks left to enter – Microsoft New Zealand Partner Awards 2011

Just a reminder that there is only 2 weeks left till entries are due for this years Microsoft New Zealand Partner Awards. The Microsoft Partner Awards represent the pinnacle of IT industry awards in New Zealand and are the main avenue through which Microsoft recognises its channel partners. The awards celebrate the exemplary work that…

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New engineering blog for Windows 8 is live

An exciting new Microsoft blog has recently been created by Steven Sinofsky at http://blogs.msdn.com/b8 called Building Windows 8 – An inside look from the Windows engineering team. The blog is discussing and disclosing features in the coming Windows 8 operating system. One of the most interesting posts so far is the team introduction at http://blogs.msdn.com/b/b8/archive/2011/08/17/introducing-the-team.aspx…

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Christchurch Microsoft Infrastructure User Group meeting–IPv6 the Basics

the next Christchurch Microsoft Infrastructure User group event is on next week, the topic this time is ’IPv6 the Basics’ When: Tuesday, September 6 · 5:30pm – 7:00pm Where:St. Andrew’s College 347 Papanui Road (or Carpark off Normans Road) Christchurch, New Zealand Dean Shaw (from Gen-I) has very kindly taken up our offer of talking…

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NZ Code Camp 2011

A reminder that this coming Sunday August 28 2011, (After Tech Ed NZ 2011) the Microsoft User Group communities team is running Code Camp 2011 at the University of Auckland Business School, Auckland. For us IT Pro’s there is even an Infrastructure track this year More information and registration at http://www.dot.net.nz/codecamp/default.aspx The full agenda for…

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