SCCM 2007 Section open for business…

I’m delighted to say that the System Center Configuration Manager (SCCM) Version 2007 section of FAQShop is now open for business including the first article What are the SCCM 2007 Site System roles? So why not drop on by and take look and as always…(read more)

Do you run a User Group?

We’re well into organising our next meeting for the Windows Management User Group (WMUG), here in the UK. One idea that came to mind is I thought it would be really cool if all of the various User Groups “out there” that look at Microsoft’s…(read more)

David Scambler joins the WMUG line-up…

I’m delighted to announce that David Scambler has agreed to join the WMUG team. Welcome aboard David you’re a great asset to the team. If any other UK-based users of Microsoft Systems Management technologies want to find out more about the…(read more)

Don’t forget…

Tomorrow is the inaugural meeting of the UK Windows Management User Group, right after the UK MMS event finishes. I know that the UK MMS event is full but I'd love to see you at our user group meeting so if you plan on attending please let me know…(read more)

MMS UK Sold Out BUT….

Blimey, the UK MMS Event I blogged about the other day ( ), is now full. BUT Microsoft have created a waitlist so if you didn't manage to register before now make sure…(read more)

MMS coming to the UK…

On Tuesday 1 st May Microsoft will be hosting a “Mini-MMS” event here in the UK entitled “ Microsoft Management Summit (UK)- Are you in control? How to manage and secure your infrastructure ”. This event will include the highlights of this year’s Microsoft…(read more)

MMS Day 4 – Thursday 29th March

Today’s keynote was a panel of big companies that use System Center including EDS. Had a meeting with Neil Sanderson who is the Product Manager for System Center in the UK. Looks like there will be a “Best of MMS” session in the UK on the 1st May – more…(read more)

System Center Bloggers

Had an interesting meeting with Microsoft yesterday and a few other bloggers. Basically Microsoft want to work with us to help us spread the love on System Center. We tossed around some ideas and they’ve gone away to chew things over so watch this space…..(read more)