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  • Blog Post: MVP Releases Windows 7 “App Compat” Articles

    Indian MVP Vijay Raj has written a 5-part series on Windows 7 Application Compatibility. “App Compat” is an important consideration for anyone who is looking to upgrade to a new operating system. Vijay’s articles can help decision makers to prepare, as he covers important information on how Windows 7...
  • Blog Post: MVP Helps User with the Windows 7 Problem Steps Recorder

      MVP Deb Shinder guides her readers through the Problem Steps Recorder in Windows 7. Learn how the recording tool can be used to quickly identify problems and help reduce time spent with your local help desk, by reading Deb’s article below. “One of the brand new features in Windows 7 is the Problem...
  • Blog Post: MVP Is “Engineering In The Cloud”

    MVP Simon Cox recently co-wrote an article for the Microsoft Architect Journal in June 2009, entitled ‘Engineering in the Cloud: An Engineering Software + Services Architecture Forged in Turbulent Times’. Simon’s article describes the architectural challenges that are inherent in implementing “Engineering...
  • Blog Post: MVP Gives Thumbs up for BitLocker to Go!

      Visual Basic MVP Wei Min Chan , is a great supporter of the ‘BitLocker To Go’ feature within Windows 7. In a recent blog post, he wrote “BitLocker To Go allows you to change ANY portable storage medium into an encrypted filestore. It is a really neat feature in Windows 7 Ultimate/Enterprise Edition...
  • Blog Post: MVP Guides Users through XP Mode on Windows 7

    Windows Virtual PC provides the capability to run multiple Windows environments such as Windows XP Mode from your Windows 7 desktop. MVP Shawn Brink has produced a number of guides which can help users to install and configure Windows 7’s XP mode virtual machine. Click on the links below to learn more...
  • Blog Post: 77 Windows 7 Tips

    PowerShell MVP Jeffrey Hicks along with Don Jones, Pav Cherny, J.,Peter Bruzzese, and Microsoft’s Bill Boswell have produced a great list of 77 Windows 7 tips and tricks on TechNet! Whether you are upgrading from Windows Vista or moving up from Windows XP, Windows 7 offers a great number of enhancements...
  • Blog Post: MVP Presents Windows 7 Resources for IT Admins

    MVP Gilberto Perera provides an excellent resource of Windows 7 articles to help administrators to get up-to-speed with Windows 7. Click on the links below to read each post:   · Are You Ready for Windows 7? · Log On, Log Off, and Shut Down Windows 7 · 7 New and Improved Windows 7 Features That...
  • Blog Post: MVP Writes ‘How To’ Guide For Live Writer Plugins

    Scott Lovegrove is a Windows Live MVP. He is one of the main writers for LiveSide.net , a community website dedicated to Windows Live. Scott has written a number of popular plugins for Windows Live Writer, and can often be found in the Live Writer Support forum, for both general support and the developer...
  • Blog Post: MVP Wraps Up Tips and Tricks With Office Ribbon

      MVP Ron de Bruin recently published the first part, of a two part guide on how you can learn tips and tricks when working with the Ribbon UI in Microsoft Office. The first part of Ron’s guide, provides samples showing how to use the getVisible attribute to display, or hide various parts of the...
  • Blog Post: Chinese MVP Sees The ‘Silverlight’

    Visual C# MVP Yongguang Zhu is a .NET Speaker, author and is the .NET Lead Editor for InfoQ China . As the vice-chairman and the core lecturer for Chengdu .NET club, he helps to organise technical sessions for the .NET club developers.  Yongguang has published several Silverlight articles in Chinese...
  • Blog Post: Australia Recognises Its First Visually Impaired MVP

    Picture Credit – Vision Australia MVP Kenny Johar was recently awarded the Microsoft MVP Award, for his contributions towards Internet Explorer. He has carved out a successful IT career by helping to make technology, more accessible to Australia's visually impaired. News of his Award, was also picked...
  • Blog Post: MVP takes on the Challenge of Security Identity

    In his latest TechNet article , MVP Jesper Johannson confronts the challenges of Information Security Identity and breaks down the many issues that make it such a complex dilemma. By engaging in the conversation of understanding and exploring solutions to this issue, Jesper is playing an important role...
  • Blog Post: French MVP Passionate About Azure!

    MVP Grégory Renard , aka “Redo”, is a Microsoft Regional Director in Belgium and is passionate about .NET and Windows Azure technologies! He has been featured in the French computer magazine, Le Monde Informatique and is active in several French communities including, Codes-Sources and ASP-PHP . Grégory...
  • Blog Post: Indian MVP Inspired by Silverlight 3!

      MVP Vikram Pendse has produced an 8-part series on Silverlight 3, that could easily serve as a Silverlight 3 primer! Each post covers one topic, and is comprehensive with code snippets and screenshots. The posts are loosely isolated in content, so you can directly jump to the one you want to read...
  • Blog Post: MVP offers advice on Green Computing

    MVP Mark Minasi recently posted some suggestions on how computer users can ensure their old computer equipment doesn’t end up in landfill sites.  In his Windows IT Pro article , Mark suggests a number of ways to recycle old, yet fully functioning computer hard drives. Interestingly, he also mentions...
  • Blog Post: Learn How to Design Web Sites for Accessibility with Expression Web 2

    MVP Kathleen Anderson authored an article entitled, “Designing Web Sites for Accessibility with Expression Web 2”, for the March 2009 Microsoft Expression newsletter . Even though Kathleen is a FrontPage MVP, she is very active in the Expression Web community. Her great article provides step-by-step...
  • Blog Post: Indian MVP Helps to “Fix It”

    Windows Desktop MVP Anand Khanse , has published a great article entitled, “ Troubleshooting Windows Vista Search & Indexing Errors ”. Anand’s blog post suggests a number of troubleshooting steps that can be taken to resolve a problem where the error message, “ Search Failed to Initialize” is displayed...
  • Blog Post: Italian MVP Offers Protection From Cybersquatting

    Italian Internet Explorer MVP Vincenzo Di Russo recently wrote a TechNet Community article entitled, “ How to defend yourself from cybersquatting” . His article looks at how web users can protect themselves against “typo-squatting” or “cybersquatting.” Fraudsters, typically use the misspelled website...
  • Blog Post: MVP Releases The Bloggers Guide to Connected Systems

    Sweden based MVP Alan Smith recently released version 1.0 of the “Bloggers Guide to Connected Systems”. The guide provides a good overview of the ‘next wave’ of Microsoft technologies including Oslo, WCF/WF 4.0, Dublin and Azure Microsoft technologies. Version 1.0 has 24 articles from some of the leading...
  • Blog Post: UK MVPs Feature in TechNet Newsletter

    UK Security developer MVPs, Chris Seary and Barry Dorrans were recently featured in the December edition of Microsoft UK Security TechNet newsletter ! Chris Seary’s article entitled, “ Granular Security with Windows Communication Foundation ”, looks at issues with network protocol security. Whereas,...
  • Blog Post: Italian MVP Makes a Secure Connection

    Italian MVP Ermanno Goletto has recently written a new technical article entitled, “ Configure a VPN for remote access using ISA Server 2006 ”. The article was recently published in Microsoft’s Italy’s TechNet Library. Ermanno’s article looks at the process of setting up a Virtual Private Connection...
  • Blog Post: MVP Discovers the Art of Silence

      MVP Lou Vega posts his first CodeProject article: 'Own your phone - taking back control of your mobile phone' . Lou’s article describes the process of building a call management application for Windows Mobile 5.x/6.x. The application allows you to ‘programmatically handle’ calls to your device...
  • Blog Post: Microsoft MVP Delivers Helping Hand To UK Charity

    Microsoft Small Business Server (SBS) MVP Tim Long and founder of TiGra Networks has been working with Chequers Youth Facility , a charitable youth organisation based in the UK to deliver a new IT suite for the young people of the town. The project included a network server running Microsoft SBS 2008...
  • Blog Post: Springboard Success for MVP!

    Congratulations to MVP Elias Mereb , who has recently been highlighted on Microsoft’s new Springboard Series site ! Elias is a Windows Desktop Experience MVP who recently completed a 17-city Windows Vista Adoption Days tour in Latin America. A frequent blogger on the Microsoft platform and infrastructure...
  • Blog Post: MVPs recognised as Dynamic Writers!

    Microsoft MVPs Mariano Gomez and Mark Polino have been recognised by MSDynamicsWorld.com as writers of two of the most viewed/read articles of 2008! MSDynamicsWorld.com launched in January 2008 and since then, has attracted a large number of Microsoft Dynamics experts who frequently write articles on...
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