Talking Cloud with Office 365 MVP Brett Hill

Office 365 MVP Brett Hill From: Washington, United States Time as an MVP: 5 years Blog: Office365Answers.com Which technical communities are you most active in? Office365Answers.com Community.office365.com Office 365 and Microsoft Online Linked In Group   How did you first start in community? I made a decision to truly dive into a specific expertise and…


Five Reasons you Should Consider DirectAccess

Editor’s Note: The following MVP Monday post is by ForeFront MVP Jordan Krause. I have been working with Microsoft DirectAccess for about two years now, and I typically find myself writing or speaking about a deep-dive description of “this” or a technical write-up of “that”. Today I wanted to take a step back and cover DirectAccess…


2012 MVP Global Summit- Tour of the Neighborhood

The 2012 MVP Global Summit is just weeks away, and we can’t wait to see all of the MVPs here in the Seattle/Bellevue/Redmond area! I grew up around here, so I decided to take our camera and show everyone some of my favorite places around town. I’ve included some great places to grab a bite…


Talking Cloud with SharePoint Server MVP Patrick Yong

  SharePoint Server MVP Patrick Yong From: Malaysia Time as an MVP: 3 years Blog: Patrick’s Bytes   Which technical communities are you most active in? www.mind.com.my  and  www.spugmalaysia.org How did you first start in community? Started as an active forum participant in local UG What’s the best technical tip you have for implementing Cloud deployment?…


Looking at Office 365 Security Holistically

Editor’s Note: The following MVP Monday post is by Windows Expert MVP Mike Halsey.   When we think of using a cloud service such as Office 365 in our business, initial thoughts will usually drift towards comforting ones of Microsoft taking the strain with providing the hardware, manpower to keep the system maintained and a backup strategy…


MVP Friday Five: February 3, 2012

Another week has passed, and we have another Friday Five to sum up some of the great contributions MVPs have made recently through articles and blog posts! This week, our MVP Friday Five is filled with even more expert knowledge that we’ve all come to expect from MVPs.   1. SSRS: Display User Data Fields…


Talking Cloud with ASP.NET/IIS MVP Eduardo Zabat Lorenzo

ASP.NET/IIS MVP Eduardo Zabat Lorenzo From: Philippines Time as an MVP: 3 years Blog: www.edulorenzo.wordpress.com     Which technical communities are you most active in? MSPinoy: Microsoft Philippines Users Group   How did you first start in community? Officer of .Net User Group   What’s the best technical tip you have for implementing Cloud deployment?…


Keeping Your Documents Safe

Editor’s Note: The following MVP Monday post is by Enterprise Security MVP Debra Littlejohn Shinder. We use our computers for many purposes: to browse the web, listen to music, watch videos. One of the most important is the creation, sending/receiving and/or storage of documents. Some of these documents are fairly trivial, easy to reproduce and…


MVP Friday Five: January 27, 2012

It’s Friday again, which means it’s time for another MVP Friday Five. This week the posts featured are filled with technical content, including tips, how-to’s and step by step solutions.  These articles are just a few examples of the incredible content MVPs provide to the tech community each week!   1. Compile code entered at…


MVPs Provide Great Advice in 4th Official MVP Twitter Chat!

Editor’s note: Updated 1-27-2012 with link to full transcriptThis morning we were thrilled to host the 4th Official MVP Twitter Chat. The @MVPchat twitter handle hosted the chat from 9-10 AM PT, and it was an hour filled with great conversation and networking between new MVPs, veteran MVPs and aspiring MVPs. In fact, almost 170…