Microsoft Catches Up With RIM Blackberry

The Register has published a whitepaper that describes how Microsoft has caught up with RIM in the marketing of push email technology.  Until Service Pack 2 for Exchange 2003, no one was able to match up with RIM.  Sure, there were alternatives but RIM had the name: Balckberry.  Every director and senior manager wanted a Blackberry.  … Continue reading “Microsoft Catches Up With RIM Blackberry”

Technet Magazine: September 2006

Are you using MOM 2005 or SMS 2003?  Do you want to learn more about how these products can be used to do more while you do less?  If so, I highly recommend that you read the free online edition of TechNet Magazine.  This month’s edition feature articles on SMS 2003 and MOM 2005. Articles … Continue reading “Technet Magazine: September 2006”

Microsoft Forefront Client Security

Back in 2003, Microsoft unoffically notified the world of their intention to venture into the world of anti-virus and anti-malware solutions by buying out Romania-based antivirus firm GeCad.  The world waited but nothing happened.  Then Microsoft bough Giant, an anti-spyware provider.  We waited and then got a limited functionality product called Defender that has been in … Continue reading “Microsoft Forefront Client Security”

PubForum Amsterdam

If you are into or working with Microsoft Terminal Services or any of the Server Based Computing (SBC aka "thin client") solutions out there, I’d highly recommend that you attend PubFourm Amsterdam, starting on 2/11/2006.  The name correctly suggests that the the social side of things is good fun (don’t try to keep up with those … Continue reading “PubForum Amsterdam”