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Posted April 22, 2012
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Posted April 17, 2012
Υπομονή και σε λίγο όλα θα έχουν διευκρινιστεί :-)
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Posted April 3, 2012
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Posted March 12, 2012
Wanna know how to administer Hyper-V replicas with PowerShell? Check http://ow.ly/1IdCJh
TechNet Virtual Lab: System Center 2012 Configuration Manager: Adv. Software Distribution http://go.microsoft.com/?linkid=9796019
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Posted March 11, 2012
Δημοσίευσα έναν, ελπίζω, ενημερωμένο κατάλογο με όλες τις γνωστές πιστοποιήσεις. Αν κάποιος βρεί οποιοδήποτε λάθος ή παράλειψη, παρακαλώ να με ενημερώσει.
Posted March 5, 2012
Check out the FREE edition of Hyper-V Server 8 Beta which includes ALL the treasures of Hyper-V http://bit.ly/zDBjP4
Posted August 9, 2011
The Lync Server 2010 Resource Kit is the technical reference for the product. This book extends the product planning, deploying, and managing documentation in the Lync Technical Library. This book serves as a companion to the product documentation to learn how the product works under the hood.The Lync Server 2010 Resource Kit is the technical reference for the product. This book extends the product planning, deploying, and managing documentation in the Lync Technical Library. This book serves as a companion to the product documentation to learn how the product works under the hood.
Posted July 28, 2011
Today I am pleased to announce a new Training Course on MSDN for building Windows Phone 7 apps for SharePoint 2010. What started off as a simple blog post has grown into a full 2 day training course on MSDN. The course contains 10 training units and 25 Hands On Labs. You can view the course online at MSDN or download the offline training kit from Microsoft Download Center.
Posted July 19, 2011
Microsoft released the next iteration of its free planning tool for IT pros, embellishing it with extra cloud assessment capabilities.
The new Microsoft Assessment and Planning Toolkit 6.0 (MAP 6.0) was announced today, and can be downloaded here. The toolkit requires Windows Server 2003 and Window XP, at minimum, to run. This general release followed quickly from the beta test version, which was rolled out late last month.
The toolkit also can provide an assessment about an organization's ability to move to Windows Azure, which is Microsoft's cloud computing platform. The toolkit starts by cataloging an organization's applications. It then estimates the Windows Azure capacity that would be required to run them. It also tracks possible migration difficulties and provides return-on-investment and cost analyses.
Another new capability in MAP 6.0 is a "Hyper-V cloud fast track" assessment that estimates deployment possibilities using Microsoft's hypervisor technology. The tool will estimate a computing environment's "computing power, network and storage architectures" for Hyper-V readiness, according to Microsoft's announcement.
Microsoft expanded the inventory capability of the new toolkit to check for VMware products, including VMware Server, vSphere and vCenter. It will also check to see if Microsoft stack software is running on VMware guests, such as Exchange, SharePoint and SQL Server.
MAP 6.0 adds a new ability to assess Internet Explorer 9 migrations on top of Windows 7 migrations. The toolkit will track all of the browsers installed in a computing environment. It also will catalog the use of add-ons and ActiveX controls in browsers.
Finally, the new toolkit offers advice on how to move away from MySQL, Oracle and Sybase relational database management systems. It will suggest how to move to Microsoft's SQL Server system instead. According to Microsoft's announcement, "Organizations can use this information to determine the total cost of ownership in maintaining Oracle and the potential ROI from switching to SQL Server."
Posted July 9, 2011
British tabloid News of the World said today it is closing down over a phone hacking scandal in which workers for the Rupert Murdoch-owned newspaper allegedly snooped on voice mail messages left on the mobile phones of murder victims, as well as celebrities, politicians, and the British royal family.
If unethical journalists can do it chances are anyone can, right?
Posted July 8, 2011
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Posted July 7, 2011
E.U. Seeks to Resolve Conflict Between Its Privacy Law and U.S. Patriot ActE.U. Seeks to Resolve Conflict Between Its Privacy Law and U.S. Patriot Act
Last week we told you about Microsoft's admission that, if compelled by the U.S. Patriot act, the company would hand over data stored outside the U.S. to U.S. authorities. The Patriot Act requires that U.S. companies comply with requests for information, even if that information is stored overseas, and companies may be required to provide that information to U.S. authorities without notifying customers that data was being accessed....