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Best Resources for Patch Management Discussion and Support

Are you tasked with keeping your organization’s systems up-to-date, secure, and performing well through management of updates? Here’s a few of the best ways to obtain support and connect with people tasked with the same responsibilities. Patchmanagement.org email lists (Patch Management/WSUS): http://www.patchmanagement.org/ Monthly Patching Discussion online forum: https://myitforum.com/forums/Monthly-Patching-Discussion-f241.aspx Patching email list specific to System Center Configuration Manager: https://myitforum.com/myitforumwp/newsletter/email-lists-2/#configmgr Patch Management news and tips: https://myitforum.com/myitforumwp/topics/patch-management/ Know of additional resources you count on that should be added here? Let us know in the comments, on Twitter (@myITforum)....

Midwest Management Summit Kicks Off in Just Over a Month

When Microsoft decided to end the Microsoft Management Summit (MMS) after an extremely successful 10-plus year run, the community that had been built around the event was left homeless. Microsoft promised to do a good job integrating MMS alumni into TechEd, but failed – even after soliciting boardroom feedback from MMS alumni in Redmond. Microsoft tried again with Microsoft Ignite this year, but that event seemed to be the nail in the coffin for many, forcing refugees to start looking elsewhere for adequately managed and deeper technical learning events. Just off a fantastic IT/Dev Connections 2015, I’m looking forward to attending my first ever Midwest Management Summit in November. I was scheduled to attend last year for the inaugural event, but personal reasons kept me at home. I was sa...

DevOps – PowerShell in a Continuos Integration pipeline

This is a recording of my 20mins session at the last Melbourne System Center, Infrastructure and Security User Group. It is a quick dive into PowerShell Desired State Configuration (PSDSC), Pester Unit Testing, Source Control with Gitlab, a Continuous Integration TeamCity server and a short intro into NuGet Package Management. This all falls under the big topic DevOps. This video is more a teaser of what can be done, it’s not a complete guide (those will follow), nor did I talk about every single aspect of it. Also I might have missed a couple of steps here because of time constraints. Enjoy the recording and comments are obviously most welcome.

Get MMS right at home every month…making your own user group!

Last year at the Midwest Management Summit 2014 one of my overall favorite and most useful sessions to attend was the Get MMS Right at Home every month! session (pptx). It was basically a ‘how to create your own user group’ session. As a proud member of LouPOSH and now co-founder of LouSMUG, I love user groups! I find they are one of the best ways to give back to the community and get to know your peers. I took about a page of notes in this session and have implemented a lot of the suggestions in the local user groups I am a member of. These notes have been buried in my notebook since November, and after a few longstanding requests I am posting them for all to share. Post everywhere You can get a free Office 365 website! Twitter/Facebook/LinkedIn/G+, any and all social networking Related c...

ConfigMgr User Group Meeting in Zurich – my session

ConfigMgr User Group session slides For all of those who attended my session (or those who didn’t), here are the slides for my “ConfigMgr 2012 R2 & Powershell – Tips & Tricks & Tools”. For all those interested, I also attached a demo document created by my Inventory script. I talked a lot more than just what is on the slides, but if you weren’t there, you missed that Thanks everybody for this great day in Zurich (which actually isn’t the Swiss Capital!) Download:

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