PowerShell:- My top 10 CmdLets to build a travelling lab.

So it doesn’t take much scanning of my Blog and other ramblings to realise I am a great fan of PowerShell. The ever demanding Harry (the TechNet UK Editor) suggested that I ought to write about my top 10 PowerShell … Continue reading

Microsoft Bashes Windows 10 at //Build

I never thought I would post something with that headline. Yesterday at Microsoft’s annual //Build conference for Developers in San Francisco we were treated to the usual high quality glitzy round of announcements and demonstrations. From new Cortana power to … Continue reading

A busy year ahead with nano server.

I have spent the last two weeks doing my normal day job(s) and also pretty much working double shifts by watching along with our /Build and Ignite conferences. The several Keynote sessions were as polished, impressive and exciting as we … Continue reading

Microsoft Azure – Learn it, Love it, Certify in it!

Part of my role as a Technical Evangelist within Microsoft UK is to assist all and sundry to understand and engage with the whole range of Microsoft Solutions. This includes our Cloud offering – Microsoft Azure. What exactly is Azure … Continue reading

UK IT Camps – Enterprise Mobility – Sign up now.

Life during my first year at Microsoft has been almost exactly as I imagined it might be, but as I always do at Christmas I reflected on the year past and particularly this year on my first 9 months as … Continue reading

Windows Server Technical Preview – My Favourite Features – Part 1

Microsoft released the first Technical Preview of Windows 10 to much acclaim back in October. There have been three releases so far and we currently sit on the ‘last release of the Calendar year’ – Build 9879. The Technical Preview … Continue reading

Azure RemoteApp Part 2 – More RemoteAppyness from Azure

    Having published a post on Azure RemoteApp recently, I have been absolutely inundated with requests (well three people have asked me) for information on how to use Azure RemoteApp with an application that is not published by default … Continue reading