http://mschnlnine.vo.llnwd.net/d1/inetpub/kevinremde/KROmniture.htmWelcome to part 1 of our “Migration and Deployment” series, today delivered by my friend from Arizona, Harold Wong. In his article today, Harold describes what hardware is required for installing Windows 8, and what additional capabilities may be required to support certain functionality. He also breaks down what you actually get – comparing Windows … Continue reading What does Windows 8 Require? – Migration and Deployment (Part 1 of 19)
“Reimagining Windows” Episode 4 – Windows 8: New Possibilities in Mobile Productivity
http://mschnlnine.vo.llnwd.net/d1/inetpub/kevinremde/KROmniture.htmToday’s show will try to help provide insight into the importance of a well-managed mobile platform as well as describe some of the capabilities found within Windows 8, such as DirectAccess, Mobile Broadband, BrancheCache and Windows to Gothat can help empower your business and workforce. https://channel9.msdn.com/Series/Reimagining-Windows-An-In-Depth-Look-at-Windows-8-for-the-Enterprise/Episode-4-Windows-8-New-Possibilities-in-Mobile-Productivity/player?w=512&h=288 Download the Windows 8 Enterprise Evaluation today and test your … Continue reading “Reimagining Windows” Episode 4 – Windows 8: New Possibilities in Mobile Productivity
“Reimagining Windows” Episode 3–Window 8: The No-Compromise Business Device
http://mschnlnine.vo.llnwd.net/d1/inetpub/kevinremde/KROmniture.htmAs the general public is just now getting to experience Windows 8, many businesses are wondering if this operating system is really worth replacing Windows 7 with. In today’s episode I chat with Sr. Product Manager on the Windows Commercial Team, Stephen Rose, in hopes of helping to answer that question as well as dispel … Continue reading “Reimagining Windows” Episode 3–Window 8: The No-Compromise Business Device
31 Days of our Favorite Things: Windows Server 2012 makes NIC hardware sing! (Part 21 of 31)
http://mschnlnine.vo.llnwd.net/d1/inetpub/kevinremde/KROmniture.htmToday in Part 21 of “31 Days of our Favorite Things”, Brian Lewis answers the musical question, “To NIC or not to NIC?” There are so many new and exciting hardware options out there, and sometimes it makes sense to purchase one over another. One thing that may influence your decision is in how you … Continue reading 31 Days of our Favorite Things: Windows Server 2012 makes NIC hardware sing! (Part 21 of 31)
Full of I.T. Shark Week: When will Microsoft admit defeat? (So many questions. So little time. Part 45)
http://mschnlnine.vo.llnwd.net/d1/inetpub/kevinremde/KROmniture.htmThis question came from a land-lubber coward** (meaning: didn’t give his/her name) at a TechNet Event IT Camp in Minneapolis… (**Just joking, friend. I thanks for coming to the event!) I absolutely love this question. There is so much genuine passion in this topic, and believe me, I have a strong opinion - just like … Continue reading Full of I.T. Shark Week: When will Microsoft admit defeat? (So many questions. So little time. Part 45)
Breaking News: Free IT Camps – “Being What’s Next In IT” – Open for Registration!
Our next set of IT Pro events (“IT Camps”) in the US Central Region have been scheduled and are now officially open for registration! The events are free, go from 9:00am to 3:00pm, and include some light breakfast and lunch. But most importantly, they are full of new and useful information that all IT Pros … Continue reading Breaking News: Free IT Camps – “Being What’s Next In IT” – Open for Registration!
Cloud on Your Terms Part 24 of 30: Hybrid for Public Cloud
Back in part 2 of this 30 part series, John Weston introduced the topic of Hybrid Cloud. That is the combining of Public, Private, and or traditional IT into a system that works for you. Today in Part 24, he continues the discussion with a look at some examples of using public cloud services that … Continue reading Cloud on Your Terms Part 24 of 30: Hybrid for Public Cloud
Cloud on Your Terms Part 15 of 30: Hybrid for Private Cloud
Today in part 15 of our November Cloud blog series, my buddy John Weston lays out some of the technologies that will support your efforts in implementing an architecture that can span clouds. “Span clouds? Huh?” You’ve heard “private cloud”, “public cloud”, etc.. but a solution or an application or service that has portions … Continue reading Cloud on Your Terms Part 15 of 30: Hybrid for Private Cloud
Cloud on Your Terms Part 9 of 30: What Hardware Do I Need?
“Hey Kevin.. We’re considering adding Hyper-V virtualization to our operations. What hardware will I need to make this happen?” You’re in luck! Today in part 9 of our 30 day series, Brian Lewis covers just that, and shares some real world examples. Enjoy! And if you have missed any of the series posts, check … Continue reading Cloud on Your Terms Part 9 of 30: What Hardware Do I Need?
Cloud on Your Terms Part 5 of 30: Are your Servers Ready For the Cloud?
In today’s installment, Matt Hester provides some excellent resources for making sure your server installations are ready to support delivering IT-as-a-Service (aka a Private Cloud).Check out his post HEREAnd if you have missed any of the series posts, check out my summary post for links to all of the articles available so far at https://aka.ms/cloudseries.