Recently I’ve published some nice freelance technology articles over at the Train Signal training company’s blog. These articles are always fun to write since the audience is both technologically savvy and hungry for knowledge beyond the standard mainstream technology news feeds.
Microsoft Small Business Server 2011 is out and following closely on its heels is the Small Business Server 2011 Best Practices Analyzer which is a powerful tool for optimizing any SBS installation.
Next up is an informational bulletin about the new release of System Center Virtual Machine Manager 2008 R2 SP1, which brings Microsoft’s VMM in line with the features and functionality that were improved in Windows Server 2008 R2 SP1. Most noticably, SCVMM now supports the Dynamic Memory feature on the latest release of Windows Server.
Also recently published was this piece about System Center Configuration Manager 2012 Beta that was released by Microsoft recently. There is a lot of new stuff going on in SCCM 2012. You can actually see the product maturing as design decisions that once looked like good ideas have been reworked in order to avoid the issues that arise when you actually have to use a management tool in an enterprise environment on a relatively large scale.
You can check out my writer’s profile on the Train Signal Training blog for links to more of the techie articles I’ve written for Train Signal, or if you prefer, check out my freelance technology writer page on ArcticLlama.com, the home of my freelance writing business.
Have a great day writing everyone!