Starting in about 15 minutes from this post, is a Microsoft Partner 5W/50 Webinar that looks interesting if you are a consultant looking to expand your business. URL for MSFT Partners to get details and register is: https://training.partner.microsoft.com/plc/details.aspx?publisher=12&delivery=249937 Event Title : 5W/50 Series – Hiring Your First Employee, How to do it right the first time! 5W/50 Series – Hiring Your First Employee, How to do it right the first time! Expanding your business and hiring employees can be a daunting task for new and established partners. When you hire someone you take on added responsibility, yet you … Continue reading 5W/50 Series – Hiring Your First Employee, How to do it right the first time!
Interrupting this blog for a non-paid non-political announcement. 😉 For those of you in the Northwest, you should get yourself over to Greg’s presentation. I’m already booked for that Friday across town so if you go you will need to fill me in on how it goes. The HP “Shorty” is a cool system and Essential Business Server is definitely worth your attention for the sites on the upper edge and over the edge of SBS’ 75 user limit. EBS is much more complex than SBS. Our company has been working with Microsoft on two customer EBS TAP sites over the past year, and … Continue reading EBS and HP Blade Server Session by Greg Starks in Seattle on October 3rd, 2008
The 2008 SBS Partner/User Group Tour has begun! Our event in Redmond kicked off this last Saturday and Atlanta’s was tonight, so for the rest of you within a few hours of the following cities, do yourself a favor and sign up to attend. Here’s your chance to hear directly from the SBS Team about the final Released to Manufacturing version of Small Business Server 2008! They will be giving away one “For Resale” copy of SBS 2008 at each event (release date for SBS 2008 is scheduled for November 12, so they’ll take the contact info of the winner and get it to … Continue reading The 2008 SBS Partner User Group Tour is well under way!
AT&T may have the “most bars” but, at least for me, and it looks as if for many others in the Western states, that doesn’t help when it comes to their call quality and dropped calls. Check out the latest from J.D. Power and Associates on their ratings of cellular carriers. AT&T was 6th place out of the six major carriers. So the next time you are talking with me and the call drops, you’ll know why.