Tag: Windows 2003

SMSUG.ca Forums

I have decided that the forums on www.SMSUG.ca are not being used and due to some SPAMMER populating the membership list, I have closed them down. This is a good thing as it means I will arrange for the site to be convert to a blog only site. With the new site will come a […]

2010 myITforum Donation

With the start of a new year, it is that time again to support the System Management Community, with that in mind I have made my yearly donation of $250 USD to MyITForum (MIF). Why do I do it? Well as a past User Group leader for www.OWSUG.ca, I know how much it cost to […]

$300,000 worth of training

CTE Solutions, (Yes, the same training center that helps out with both the User & Study Groups) will donate $300,000 worth of training to recently laid off tech workers in Ottawa, equating to around 150 participants to be instructed over the coming summer months. CTE Solutions was founded seven years ago during the depths of […]

June 3rd 2009 User Group Meeting

Topic: Windows 7 Security Tidbits & Understanding and Preventing Insider Threat Description: Windows 7 Security Tidbits – Windows 7 is coming and the boss is asking you about all those new security features. Perhaps you’ve heard some buzz about AppLocker? What’s this about DirectAccess connecting securely to your corporate network without a VPN?  What’s up […]

myITForum Donation

With the start of a new year, it is that time again to support the System Management Community, with that in mind I have made my yearly donation to MyITForum (MIF). Why do I do it? Well as a User Group leader for www.OWSUG.ca, I know how much it cost to host a small user […]

1st Anniversary

Well today is 1st anniversary of me taking steps to upgrade my certifications to Windows 2003 / Windows 2008. As many of you know I have blog about my experiences with all the exams. So this blog post is designed to talk about a few things. Which exam I write and pass? Which certifications did […]

User Group Survey

At last week’s user group meeting, I hand out a quick survey of the event and what topic we should do next. The results are fairly interesting: Take more that 10 minutes to write a survey and have someone else proof read it. (Foot) 🙂 The session content applied to everyone The session was not […]