Free Microsoft Private Cloud Training

On February 21 & 22 we are running a 2-day virtual training event to help the world learn about the upcoming enhancements with Creating & Managing a Private Cloud with System Center 2012 Jump Start.  It is 100% free so register now! Sign up today at: http://mctreadiness.com/MicrosoftCareerConferenceRegistration.aspx?pid=298 Event Overview Adopting this exciting new computing paradigm…

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TechNet Webcast: How Microsoft IT Deployed Exchange 2010 on Premises

Ever wondered how we deployed Exchange 2010 on premise internally at Microsoft?  You can find out on Tuesday, May 11th (9:30 AM Pacific Time), when Microsoft IT Service Manager Luisa Garcia Zapata presents a 60-minute Webcast that discusses the Exchange Server 2010 deployment within Microsoft IT. She’ll cover design criteria, hardware choices, and operational changes…

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Project Natal – I Can’t Wait!

I’m an avid XBOX 360 gamer, so when something cool like this comes along, I pay close attention!  And you should, too.  This is some of the coolest technology evar (and I said ‘evar’ instead of ‘ever’ so you know it’s true).

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Tech·Ed Online

Microsoft Tech·Ed is our premier worldwide technical education conference for IT professionals and Developers.  It’s held annually in Australia, Brazil, China, Europe, Hong Kong, Israel, Japan, New Zealand, North America, South Africa, Southeast Asia and Taiwan, and it is chock full of Microsoft product and technology goodness. If you can’t make it to one of these…

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Only Two More Days…

Only two more days until Bill Gates’ last official full-time day at Microsoft. For 33 years, Bill Gates devoted his time, energy, and passion to building one of the most exciting and influential companies in the history of business. Through his vision, hard work, and dedication, he helped create an industry and bring the power of…

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Spend 6:20 with Bill Gates

I just finished watching a slide show narrated by Bill Gates that displays images from his and Microsoft’s past.  It’s well worth watching.

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