I'm Robert Marshall, director and principle consultant at SMSMarshall Ltd, who's specialism is in the Microsoft System Center 2012 Configuration Manager product and all of its dependent products, covering all aspects from Architecture, Implementation, Migration to Break-Fix.
I've been in front of computers for over 30 years now, with my roots in programming 8 bit computers, I've taken an often exciting journey which has led to becoming an expert in an enterprise product. I consider my career as starting 17 years ago, when I began my first serious role as a deployment engineer. I've seen 8 bit through to 64 bit, the rise and refinement of the interface we take for granted now, the rise of the Internet from land-line based modem access for the few, to the powerful broadband connections we have today for the masses, I saw mobile phones come into existence, and I've seen Microsoft evolve from more than a handful of employees to the company it is now, while pretty much tinkering with every OS they have released, as well as seeing an industry that has evolved around those humble beginnings to become what we have today. I'm a keen technical puzzle solver, I love to solve gnarly problems around my area of specialism. And, I love to share when I have time. I hope you enjoy the blog.
Steve Newby is hosting a Webinar on Nightwatchman Server, with 2 separate sessions running on the 22nd of October, and one on the 3rd and 12th of November 2009.
I lifted this from an email they sent me:
Following the global launch of NightWatchman Server Edition this week, we are delighted to offer you a place at our exclusive launch webinars.During the 45 minute webinar we will show you how 1E is addressing energy efficiency in the server and data centre environments with NightWatchman Server Edition.
Sign up for the webinar and receive a copy of a new independent study into server energy and efficiency commissioned by 1E and the Alliance to Save Energy.
Why not register for our next webinar tomorrow? - Webinar registration
If this is up your street then defo worth checking it out, only runs for 45 minutes so is easy to fit in.