March 2012 - Posts
Last July I left the County of Lennox & Addington and moved to the Upper Canada District School Board. One of the the first things I helped with was the Windows 7 Deployment. This Windows 7 deployment is a 11,000 seat deployment and when I joined, the image was just about finalized. At this point [...]
Something I have been meaning to write about for a bit is the new Xbox apps. So far, in Canada, there is Roger’s on demand, Real Sports, Crackle, TMZ and a UFC application you can install. I could be missing some as well, but that is what we have installed plus Netflix. Netflix gets the [...]
I am in the final phase of staging our Palo Alto 5050 in the office. We are planning to deploy this unit as both an edge and datacentre firewall. It’s a pretty nifty device. Before even implementing it, we have been able to use it in what’s called TAP mode to look at what kind [...]
Have you downloaded the new consumer preview? If you have and are wondering where to go to get good information, wonder no more. Check out the Microsoft TechNet site at http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/windows/windows-8. You will find all kinds of information which will help you get the most learning out of this consumer preview.
While I am out on the west coast this week, I noticed March’s session for OWSUG has been announced. Register and check it out. Mitch is a great presenter and friend, you won’t be disappointed. If you are thinking of looking at VDI, do yourself a favour and check out his session. Architecting and [...]