IT Forum is really close now – there’s still time to sign up to join us

Browse here to see the details and register. You can see a list of sessions and find out all about the speakers. In the next few days you’ll also be able to download the presentations if you’ve registered.  I’ll be @ Ask The Experts as much as I can – it’s a lounge area with Tea and Coffee et al…

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Demonstrating Windows Vista at the Oracle User Group in the UK

I’m working for the day at the annual UK Oracle User Group event in Birmingham – there are two thousand delegates. We have a large stand upon which I’m demonstrating Windows Vista. I’ve been showing IE7 as pretty much everyone else does. I’ve also shown Least User Access (LUA) whereby users can request privilege for…

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Halloween Spooktacular – I’m speaking @ VBUG on Monday

Halloween Spooktacular Date: Monday 31 October 2005Topic: Understanding and Fighting Malware: Viruses, Spyware and RootkitsOverview: On this Halloween night, join Microsofts very own Van Helsing in how to Exorcise your PC. Todays internet is fraught with peril in the form of undesirable and malicious software. These types of software continue to evolve new ways of…

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I wish I hadn’t seen this…

As it’s Friday afternoon (in the UK at least) I want to share this with you – I took the following picture yesterday as it intrigued me   Hopefully it’s not what it appears to be! Presumably it’s something to do with electrics

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The GetSafeOnline tour is coming to a City near you very if you’re in the UK

Tony Blair kicked off the Get Safe Online campaign at a press launch in London this morning. Microsoft in partnership with the UK Government and a many large companies are evangelising the importance of information security to the entire UK population – at least those who watch TV, read the major newspapers, and visit shopping…

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Get Safe Online launches tomorrow – it’s all about consumer awareness of security

I’ve been sat on my hands for weeks now as I’ve wanted to tell you all about WHY I’ve been rather quiet on the blog front. I’ve been working on the planning preparations and implementation for Microsoft’s contribution to the UK Government’s Security Consumer awareness programme – Get Safe Online – our aim – to…

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What would you like to know about PKI?

Like many of you I’ve heard all the stories about how PKI (Public Key Infrastructure) “will save the day” for all our security concerns – this message was pushed particularly hard four to five years ago. PKI is a component of infrastructure which makes things like secure email (S/MIME), secure browsing (SSL/HTTPS), secure wireless (PEAP/EAP-TLS),…

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Business Travel Stops Here…

Browse to business travel stops here for a light hearted view business travel  

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Join us tomorrow (Tues 18th Oct) to find out all about Privacy and Dispell some Myths

I’m presentating two sessions from TechEd (written by Steve Riley, Jesper Johansson and Byron Hynes) tomorrow night (Tuesday 18th October) in our office on Thames Valley Park near Reading – the event’s free to attend. If you’d like to join us then browse here to book your place. The details are listed below: Session One:…

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Thanks to everyone who joined our Blogging Session last night

Eileen and I thoroughly enjoyed explaining and demonstrating the various aspects of blogging. Eileen posted an entry earlier today containing all of the links to sites and tools used last night. I showed you how to set up a blog and post on MSN Spaces, Blogger, Text America and Community Server and also how to…

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