“Hey Kevin, what are you doing at Ignite this year?” Well.. you’d think that, having not missed a TechEd North America or Ignite since 1997, it might be a forgone conclusion that I’d be there. But alas, I’m going to have to miss it this year. “Is it because you’re not with Microsoft anymore?” No, … Continue reading Microsoft Ignite
Not that it’s extremely compelling or super timely anymore, but I managed to import the content from my old Full of I.T. blog to this new blog. Thanks, WordPress, for making it so easy!You’ll find that some formatting is messed up, some links are in place of previously embedded video windows, etc. I may go … Continue reading “Full of I.T.” Blog Content Imported
This question seems simple enough, but in one very interesting sense it is something that I haven’t had to answer for myself in a long time. I’ve generally been very happy in most important aspects of my life. But now that I’ve been un-employeed for 4 days (no, I won’t start whining.. I’m still one … Continue reading What do I want?
I wonder how this will work? I’m a complete WordPress newbie.. and I’m trying to set up a new, semi-compelling blog; one that will bring people back and not scare them away. Back in the day (as recently as last week) I was a top blogger at Microsoft on my “Full of I.T.” blog. For … Continue reading It’s been a long time…
That’s right! This blog is 12 years old today! Yep. 12 years ago today I entered my very first blog post. And in the years that followed, it was a pleasure to bring the latest-news, technical resources, and sometimes just silly tech stuff to your browser of choice. I know I haven’t been around much … Continue reading 12 Years being Full of I.T.
Anywhere, Anytime on Any Device. It’s the foundation and the core belief system for a completely accessible future where users can connect and be productive anytime they want. But how do we get there and what are the potential ramifications for providing this type of access? Join Matt McSpirit, Joe Breslin, Thomas Willingham, and I … Continue reading Tech Futures: Anywhere, Anytime, Any Device: Creating an Accessible Future
“Empowering every organization and every individual on the planet to achieve more.” It’s an ambitious statement and Microsoft’s vision for a more productive work force and everyday life experiences. But how do we get there? Today we’re kicking off a new series entitled “Tech Futures” which is devoted to the idea of exploring new possibilities … Continue reading New TechNet Radio Series: Tech Futures