Tag Archives: Windows

Windows 7 & Server 2008 – Time to Upgrade

The end of 2 beloved and notorious operating systems Microsoft Windows 7 & Server 2008 R2 is upon us. As of January 2020, Windows 7 and Windows server 2008 will no longer be supported. Much like you may remember the end of life for Windows… Continue reading

Windows 10 Enterprise Wins

Microsoft’s long awaited Windows 10 is feature rich and has many impressive opportunities for the enterprise. It is far and away better than Windows 8 and despite some shortcomings its powerful and feature packed. Herein I’ll address some opportunities the enterprise will enjoy in deploying… Continue reading

Ten Windows 10 Fails and How to Fix Them

As of July 30th Microsoft officially released Windows 10 to much fanfare. As I blogged before, upgrading to it is only for those who want to live on the bleeding edge. If you are one of those brave people who took the plunge you may… Continue reading

Windows XP & HIPAA Compliance

It isn’t new news – yet some have buried their head in the sand for far too long. As of April 8th 2014 Microsoft will no longer be support Windows XP in any form. This means that users of Windows XP will not receive patches,… Continue reading

Speaking at BNUG – Windows/Linux Inter-operability

I’m happy to be speaking at one of New England’s oldest and vibrant technical communities the Boston Network Users Group (BNUG) this month. =) Please join me to find out how to make Linux and Windows play nice. Linux and Windows Inter-operability – Making Linux… Continue reading

Speaking at SCALE 11X on Linux and Windows Inter-operability

I’m happy to be speaking at one of the largest community driven Open Source conferences in the US this Saturday night. =) Please join me to find out how to make Linux and Windows play nice. For more information please see the SCALE schedule or… Continue reading