Archive for the 'Microsoft' Tag

Self Service Business Application Delivery

Posted by , November 11th, 2014

One of the biggest benefits I have seen from implementations of SharePoint – is the notion of self service Business Application Delivery.

SharePoint 2013 First Impressions

Posted by , January 4th, 2013

Over the July 21st weekend I managed to get the beta of SharePoint 2013 downloaded. Interesting times as I have been quite eager to see how it goes after the various what-if ideas postings around the net.  Most of the work I have been bought in to do for the last few years as been around […]

Microsoft announce Free Retake on MCP exams

Posted by , April 1st, 2010

The good guys at Microsoft are offering a special free retake on Microsoft Certification Exams.  Yes that’s right. A free Second Shot at Certification Exams. Why is this interesting? Well to be honest, given the option, I seeing MCP (Microsoft Certified Professional) gives me some confidence that there is some understanding of the specific field. […]

Silverlight 3 Beta Available

Posted by , March 19th, 2009

Microsoft have just realsed the new Beta 3 for Silverlight. There is a host of new feature, much of which is aimed at capturing the Adobe market. (Including new navigation and page framework for improvements like integrate silverlight with the browsers forward and back buttons and over 100 controls for charting.) There are new advances […]

Microsoft 2019 The Vision

Posted by , March 3rd, 2009

Here is the Microsoft’s Vision Video from the recent Wharton Business Technology Conference.  It is interesting to visibly see how other peoples concept of ICT will be implemented in the long term future. How will the standard office change and adapt? What challenges will arise? What productivity gains can we make? http://video.msn.com/?mkt=en-GB&playlist=videoByUuids:uuids:a517b260-bb6b-48b9-87ac-8e2743a28ec5&showPlaylist=true&from=shared This is some […]