December 6, 2007

Exchange 2007 SP1 — About time

Finally, Service Pack 1 for Exchange 2007 has been released.  All 854MB of it. And not a moment too soon. I need to see if the Public Folder functionality (really, the […]
November 25, 2007

Thankfulness

Ah, November…  The month where we (at least in the good ol’ US of A)remember to be thankful. I have a great deal to be thankful for […]
November 25, 2007

Vista SP1 vs XP SP3

I recently read a couple of reports from ComputerWorld regarding the performance of the upcoming service packs for Windows XP and Vista. Windows XP SP3 boasts speed boost, […]
October 21, 2007

The Ever Inconsistent Microsoft…

One of the things that annoys me about Microsoft (and this is true, to some extent, of any large company) is that there are too many times where […]
October 14, 2007

Home Network Virtualization Project, Part 2

When I wrote part 1 of the home network virtualization project, I didn’t realize that I actually had an updated network diagram available. I created it last October, […]
October 12, 2007

Time For Virtualization at Home

Although I really need to upgrade my network diagram to reflect some major changes since 2006, it is effective enough to indicate the need for server virtualization even […]
October 8, 2007

Fun in the Sun

So much for Autumn… Today was an amazing day for October, and we saw a mostly clear day, with temperatures up to 80 degrees.  As a result, […]
October 7, 2007

Community Server 2007 Upgrades

Last week, I took the time to upgrade my corporate intranet on the latest Community Server 2007 update.  As with most CS upgrades, it was pretty quick […]
October 4, 2007

Update Available for Community Server 2007

The update formerly known as Service Pack 3 for Community Server 2007 was released on September 18.  It looks like this fix incorporates a bit more than a […]
October 4, 2007

Windows Server 2008

Lately, I’ve been so busy with processes and procedures and policies, that I haven’t had a chance to play with the upcoming version of Windows Server 2008.  […]
October 3, 2007

LinkedIn Live…

On Tuesday, I went to a LinkedIn gathering that was put together by some Northern NJ members of LinkedIn.  It was a pretty decent event, and I got […]
September 26, 2007

Can Microsoft Learn from This?

Some days it seems like Microsoft still has a lot to learn about being a team player on a global stage where customers and regulators are […]
December 6, 2007

Exchange 2007 SP1 — About time

Finally, Service Pack 1 for Exchange 2007 has been released.  All 854MB of it. And not a moment too soon. I need to see if the Public Folder functionality (really, the […]
November 25, 2007

Thankfulness

Ah, November…  The month where we (at least in the good ol’ US of A)remember to be thankful. I have a great deal to be thankful for […]
November 25, 2007

Vista SP1 vs XP SP3

I recently read a couple of reports from ComputerWorld regarding the performance of the upcoming service packs for Windows XP and Vista. Windows XP SP3 boasts speed boost, […]
October 21, 2007

The Ever Inconsistent Microsoft…

One of the things that annoys me about Microsoft (and this is true, to some extent, of any large company) is that there are too many times where […]
October 14, 2007

Home Network Virtualization Project, Part 2

When I wrote part 1 of the home network virtualization project, I didn’t realize that I actually had an updated network diagram available. I created it last October, […]
October 12, 2007

Time For Virtualization at Home

Although I really need to upgrade my network diagram to reflect some major changes since 2006, it is effective enough to indicate the need for server virtualization even […]
October 8, 2007

Fun in the Sun

So much for Autumn… Today was an amazing day for October, and we saw a mostly clear day, with temperatures up to 80 degrees.  As a result, […]
October 7, 2007

Community Server 2007 Upgrades

Last week, I took the time to upgrade my corporate intranet on the latest Community Server 2007 update.  As with most CS upgrades, it was pretty quick […]
October 4, 2007

Update Available for Community Server 2007

The update formerly known as Service Pack 3 for Community Server 2007 was released on September 18.  It looks like this fix incorporates a bit more than a […]
October 4, 2007

Windows Server 2008

Lately, I’ve been so busy with processes and procedures and policies, that I haven’t had a chance to play with the upcoming version of Windows Server 2008.  […]
October 3, 2007

LinkedIn Live…

On Tuesday, I went to a LinkedIn gathering that was put together by some Northern NJ members of LinkedIn.  It was a pretty decent event, and I got […]
September 26, 2007

Can Microsoft Learn from This?

Some days it seems like Microsoft still has a lot to learn about being a team player on a global stage where customers and regulators are […]