Photo by Nicole Avagliano on Unsplash In late 1996, I had just completed my third year of university studies and was about to embark on 1-year of industrial training. The bachelor's degree I was undertaking required 1-year industrial training as part of qualifying for a degree in Computing Science; I had specifically selected this degree … Continue reading Twenty-five and out but not down
Microsoft gave me this product to try. The following remarks are based on my own experiences and are my own opinions. I've been using Surface devices for almost 10years - purchasing my first, the Surface RT in October 2012. I followed this with several generations of the Surface Pro, which is in its 8th generation … Continue reading Microsoft Surface Laptop Studio – my first impressions
In my previous post My thoughts on Microsoft Ignite 2018 - part 1 - I shared my thoughts on the Microsoft Ignite Vision Keynote, Microsoft Envision and as well the key announcements made during Microsoft Ignite surrounding Microsoft 365. If you missed my previous post, please take the time to go back and read it … Continue reading My thoughts on Microsoft Ignite 2018 – part 2
Last week ~30,000 people flocked to Orlando for the 4th annual Microsoft Ignite conference for "IT implementers and influencers, enterprise developers, and data professionals". Although the largest contingent are customers and partners I heard several teams call out that this year they have brought the largest group of PMs and engineers to any single event … Continue reading My thoughts on Microsoft Ignite 2018 – part 1
Token Binding is currently an Internet-Draft but it is well on its way to be ratified by the Internet Engineering Task Force (IETF). Like most specifications they first appear as drafts, which are then reviewed in the industry, perhaps prototypes are built and in some cases working solutions are often developed to prove or test … Continue reading Token binding gains momentum, but is everyone onboard?
OneDrive use to be where I have “my OneDrive” but now OneDrive lets me get to all my files - my personal and all the files shared with me on different sites. This includes those connected with groups, as well as perhaps communication sites and document repositories across the service. But, was it always this … Continue reading OneDrive, the experience you use to get to all your files
I have been working with Office 365 for almost five years and have watched it transition from primarily hosting traditional workloads of email and team sites to the productivity and collaboration powerhouse that it is today. I could have easily found tens of reasons to share but, I wanted to focus on the five that … Continue reading You’re not using Office 365 yet? I have five reasons to change your mind
Thanks for joining me! I have been working in IT for more than two decades, and unlike most in our industry – it’s all been with the one company. Correct. I have been working for Nestlé Australia since 1996 joining them in my 3rd year of University as part of a work placement program and … Continue reading The Journey Begins