Don’t be #801

SMB Nation 2006 is open for registration. This is THE premier event for SME consultants/VARs/VAPs/resellers and you need to do all you can to be there. The conference will once again be held at Microsoft’s Conference Centre in Redmond, Washington. There are only 800 places available so don’t delay getting your registration in – you don’t want to miss out by being number 801 to register. There’s an early-bird special until the end of March where the registration cost is only US$695, following which it’ll go up to US$795. That US$100 saving can be applied to your drinking money in … Continue reading Don’t be #801

Taking care of busy-ness

2006 has already shown itself to be a very full year. In fact I’ve been struggling to keep up with my email traffic let alone all the other things happening around the place. How’s this for the current major projects on the go: * office relocation mid-year to bigger and better premises (yet to find this place though) * new staff – currently looking for a new consultant and sales person to help handle our continued growth * baby blues – well not really “blues” but my amazing assistant Rebecca is going on maternity leave mid-year for her first baby … Continue reading Taking care of busy-ness

Feb user group slides are up

We had a great meeting last Monday night (Feb 20), being our first SBS user group meeting for 2006. The topic was ISA2004, particularly with regard to its place in SBS. Now I’m not going to profess to be an expert in ISA – there are plenty of others around that leave me for dead, but I certainly did learn a lot more in preparation for this meeting. I should point out that prior to any UG meeting presentation I make sure I research the topic that will be presented as well as I can in the time available to … Continue reading Feb user group slides are up