The other day I was working with a developer friend (I know right… who knew developers had friends?) when we discussed moving his test app into my Azure Cloud. As this was a whistle-stop tour I didn’t have my MacBook with me…
Microsoft Cloud Roadshow – London 2016, Day 2: Accelerate your journey to the Cloud with Integrated Identity
Day 2 of the Microsoft Cloud Roadshow kicks off with a session on Enterprise Mobility by Michael Kophs, Senior Product Marketing Manager, IT Pro Readiness, Microsoft. This was a packed event promising some great content.
Microsoft Cloud Roadshow – London 2016, Day 1: Run Azure services in your Datacenter
On 22 January 2016 Microsoft released Technical Preview 1 of Microsoft Azure Stack. Microsoft Azure Stack is a new hybrid cloud platform product that enables organisations to deliver Azure services from their own datacenter to help customers achieve more.
Microsoft Cloud Roadshow – London 2016, Day 1: Windows 10 in the Enterprise
One of the key upcoming projects at my company is deploying Windows 10 – both in our virtual desktop infrastructure and mobile devices. The next session was “Windows 10 in the Enterprise” and was a key one for me.
Microsoft Cloud Roadshow – London 2016, Day 1: Extend your Datacenter to the Cloud
Following on from Brad Anderson’s keynote speech on Empowering Your Journey to the Cloud was my next session – “Extend your Datacenter to the Cloud with Simon Davies.
As with the keynote this was a packed event.
Microsoft Cloud Roadshow – London 2016, Day 1: Keynote
On Monday 29 February the Microsoft Cloud Roadshow (formally the Azure Tour) came to London, UK. A free, two-day technical training event for IT Professionals and Developers that provides best practices and insight directly from the experts who build and run the cloud services across Office 365, Microsoft Azure and Windows 10. Continue reading
Wednesday Tidbit: Using a connection file with Microsoft Azure
Continuously entering connection details to cloud systems can quickly become boring. However, if you’re connecting to Azure and from a secure system, then there is an easier way.
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Publishing RemoteApps on Microsoft Azure
Recently I migrated back to Mac OS X after many years in the Microsoft wilderness. Whilst I’ve definitely not looked back, there is the (very) odd application I miss, and have not yet had time to find a replacement. Two of these are Microsoft Project and Visio, and both are integral to my day-to-day work. Continue reading