HASMUG’s Last User Group Meeting of the Year is an All-day Tech Fest

If you’re in the Houston area tomorrow (October 23), you’ll definitely want to sign-up to stop by the HASMUG User Group meeting. The agenda has been laid out and it’s pretty fantastic. The day-long event starts with breakfast and registration, and continues throughout the day bringing presentations from several key vendors, but also delivering technical presentations by User Group members....

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Upcoming speaking gigs 2014 / 2015

Seems to be my ‘year of conferences’ this year. Since moving to Australia in March 2014 I didn’t have a quiet and laid back month; and it won’t change in the next few months. Here’s my speaking schedule up until next February: Topic Date Event Powershell Desired State Configuration 27/10/2014-28/10/2014 TechEd Australia Sydney Service Management Automation / Azure Automation (with Trevor Sullivan) 11/11/2014-13/11/2014 Midwest Management Summit (Minneapolis / USA) Powershell Desired State Configuration (with Jeff Wouters) 11/11/2014-13/11/2014 Midwest Management Summit (Minneapolis / USA) Powershell Tips ‘n Tricks (co-presenting with Jeff Wouters and Trevor Sullivan) 11/11/2014-13/11/2014 Midwest Management Summit (Minneapolis / USA) Service Management Automation and ConfigMgr 11/11/2014-13/11/2014 Midwest Management Summit … Continue reading

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I Will be a Presenter at MMS 2014!

By Garth Jones What is MMS 2014? The Midwest Management Summit 2014 is a 3-day conference running from November 10-12 in Minneapolis, Minnesota. It is capped at 500 attendees to ensure that nobody gets lost in the crowd. As some of you know, I am excited to be a presenter in a few sessions at MMS. All of my topics...

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I’ll See You at the Midwest Management Summit!

Just in case you haven’t heard the news yet, my friends over at the Minnesota System Center User Group are sponsoring the inaugural Midwest Management Summit (MMS)!  This is going to be a great conference. Think old-school Microsoft Management Summit, remove the keynote, as well as the 100, 200, and most 300-level sessions. Oh yea, remove […]

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Wally Mead: Why I Left Microsoft

For my initial post here, I thought it would be a great idea to clear the air as to why I left Microsoft and why I joined Cireson. I know there have been many rumors out there, and maybe even some posts as to why I made this change. I have previously provided some thoughts on this in other forums...

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