Windows Management User group Community Leaders
Robert Marshall - Configuration Manager MVP
I've pretty much dedicated the last decade on ConfigMgr, i come from a varied and deeply technical background in computing. It all began with a ZX80 back when I was 13/14 years old. Instantly hooked.
I'm the senior consultant at a London based Consultancy called SMSMarshall Ltd, specialists in ConfigMgr.
Am also a Microsoft Valued Professional (MVP) in Enterprise Client Management (ECM), formely run by the legend Wally Mead.
A master of understatement, and an initial founder of WMUG in 2006, I like to share, learn and enjoy ConfigMgr with others who are as friendly and passionate as I.
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David Scambler - System Center Consultant
I have been working with SMS since the good old 1.2 days (over 10 years), at present I work for a large bank where I am lucky enough to be responsible for the global support of multiple SMS hierarchies spanning multiple domains, great fun ! for some reason I also get all the MOM problems as well.
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Peter Egerton - Microsoft System Center Consultant
I've been working professionally in IT since 2000 working with my main focus being installation and support of Microsoft Windows and all the technologies that go with that. I've been working with Microsoft System Center technologies since 2008 and currently specialise in Configuration Manager. You'll mostly find me up and down the UK working with enterprise customers designing and deploying solutions for Windows server, Windows client, SQL and System Center which gives me good insight into what companies want and it also allows me to pick up plenty of top tips along the way. I try to share those such tips through my work with WMUG.
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Windows Management User group Community Contributors
Paul Winstanley - System Center Consultant
I am Yorkshire-born London based contractor with 20 years of IT experience and have spent the last 6 years specialising in SCCM 2007/2012 deployments and advising clients how to use SCCM effectively within their environment. My most recent challenges have involved Windows 7 migrations in both physical and virtual environments. I've spent the last 12 months building up my online presence on what was originally a self help blog for myself, the SCCMentor blog. You can catch me on Twitter or helping out others on the Technet ConfigMgr 2012 forums
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Gerry Hampson - System Center Consultant
Senior Consultant Engineer with Ergo Group in Dublin. Specialist in deploying Microsoft technologies but particularly enjoy working with System Center Configuration Manager. I try to help the community as much as I can by answering questions on the Technet Forums and blogging at gerryhampsoncm.blogspot.com
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Terrence Beggs - System Center Consultant
I am originally from Dublin - Ireland but moved to London in 2000 to study for a Computer Science degree. I currently work for London Metropolitan University, It’s a challenging but also a creative environment. I specialise in system center configuration manager and application packaging, I’m working on increasing my online presence though my website and twitter account so please feel to drop me a line.
It’s an honour to contribute to WMUG, I couldn’t have made it this far in my career without the help and support of our excellent community.
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Matthew White - Consultant
I've been 'in' IT since I left school in 1998, I quickly fond myself drawn to the systems management side of the business and began using SMS 1.2. Things have come a long way since then and I now find myself with my own business, having acquired a broad skill base over the years - but still specialising in automation, orchestration and management technology.
The community is a great thing, I am constantly using its resources and it's a pleasure to give something back in a small way.
Always happy to talk over twitter/e-mail - get in touch with Matthew White