I apologise in advance for anyone taking offence to this… I will say I did NOT have a hand in producing it, but kudos for the person who did – they captured my thoughts very well. I will say that Windows Server 2012 Essentials holds much promise, provided Microsoft think seriously about the 25-75 user market that they’ve grown over the past 15 years. … [Read more...]
What’s next for SBS and SBS customers and resellers?
Well as announced this last week, SBS as we know it is dead. Understandably, resellers are up in arms over being blindsided by Microsoft with this discontinuation of the SBS product (with up to 75 users) as we have known it for years. But were they really blindsided or did they fail to read the signs? There’s a few things that I want to focus on in this blog … [Read more...]
SBS 2011 Essentials + Windows Phone 7 = Very cool
Microsoft announced today the release candidate of the Windows Server Solutions Phone Connector pictured below. This cool Windows Phone 7 app will allow you to control a lot of facets of your SBS 2011 Essentials server right from your phone. How very cool is that. This new app will work with Small Business Server 2011 Essentials, Windows Home Server 2011 Premium … [Read more...]
TechEd Australia 2006 – Exchange 2003 – Henry Craven In 2006, at TechEd Australia, the SBS MVPs got the opportunity to present a day full of SBS session. This session is about SBS 2003 R2 and in particular the Exchange component of the server. Henry delves deep inside Exchange and gives practical tips on how you can avoid problems. Learn from the man who has done many … [Read more...]
TechEd Australia 2006 – Mobility – Dean Calvert In 2006, at TechEd Australia, the SBS MVPs got the opportunity to present a day full of SBS session. This session is about SBS 2003 R2 and the mobility options that exist for it to enhance our customers’ remote working capabilities. Dean talks about how you can provide improved solutions to your clients using real world … [Read more...]