Can you all update your sections of the document and email it back to me?

Professional life teaches you to make adjustments to your normal mode of working at times.  Sometimes you have to adapt your style and consciously do things differently.  If you’ve ever worked in a big blue chip, you will be familiar with this kind of coaching.  If you tend to fly off the handle, you learn…

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Working on more than one PC

Back from holiday now – hence the lack of blogging for a few weeks. I’ve been fantasising about buying a new desktop PC for home along with a cool new monitor.  I have my eye on a dell vostro Intel Core 2 Duo 3Ghz, 2Gb RAM with one of the new 24" widescreen monitors.  Ideally…

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Office Communications Server launches in the UK on 17th Oct

Mark has announced the launch for OCS on his blog. If you are interested in coming along to the event in Vinopolis, you can sign up at the launch site.  I notice that Carston Sorensen is speaking at it – I did some flexible working studies with Carston from the London School of Economics -…

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Blogcast: my launch demo

For the launch of Exchange Server 2007, Windows Vista and the 2007 Microsoft Office system, I put together this demo and have been hawking it round pretty much every event since (well that’s just good reuse right?). This demo required a fair amount of stuff installed on the virtual PC including Exchange Server 2007 and…

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Kingston University: the future’s bright with 2007 Office

  It was my pleasure to get to know Ian McNeice from Kingston University over the last few months.  Ian is a very passionate visionary in academic IT and was one of our early adopters.  He kindly agreed to an IM interview about how they are using SharePoint Server 2007 and other Microsoft technologies to…

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First Look: 2007 Microsoft Office system

I’ve decided to create a new book review category and tell you what I think of the new books.  As I’m given books to review by publishers, I’ll write a review. Title: First Look at 2007 Microsoft Office system.  Author: Katherine Murray Publisher: MS Press Price: £9.89 What does it cover and who is it for?…

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The Groove Virus

OK relax, this is not a post about some new STD you need to protect yourself from.  Although while I’m on the subject, was it really necessary for the Microsoft Well Being centre to advertise their free clamidia screening service by sticking rough paper notices to the mirrors in all the toilets on campus? No…

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