Why would you get a philosopher to open a conference for IT enthusiasts? When his topic is awe and the fear of change, as Jason Silva's was at the opening of TechEd Australia 2012 yesterday, it suddenly makes sense.
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After great contributions at TechEd Australia 2012 from our Windows Server 2012 bloggers David Klemke, Terry Lynch and Craig Naumann, we faced the unenviable task of picking the ultimate winner, who will become the official Windows Server 2012 blogger for Australia. It wasn't an easy task, but the accolade goes to . . .
Office 2013 has a stack of new features, including options for use on touchscreens. Check out how some of those options work in this video.
Guest blogger Craig Naumann dives deeper into Server Manager, checking out dynamic access control, server migration tactics and much more.
With TechEd 2012 now over, guest blogger David Klemke reflects on the future for Windows Server 2012 (and Windows 8).
Guest blogger Terry Lynch gets hands-on advice on making the most of some of Windows Server 2012's more advanced features. Your domain rollouts may never be the same again.
Windows Server: The Windows 8 interface redesign is controversial, so it's not surprising that some people are complaining about its appearance on Windows Server 2012 as well. There are arguments for and against that interface, but in a server context, those criticisms almost entirely miss the mark for a more fundamental reason.
Guest blogger Terry Lynch is impressed with the potential of Hyper-V replicas for data recovery. Also: how the Department of Defence virtualised its desktop infrastructure.
Our guest blogger David Klemke has just one thing to tell you: PowerShell is going to transform your Windows Server 2012 experience. Here's why.
Guest blogger Craig Naumann is sensing a lot of potential in Windows Server 2012's new IP address management options. Find and replace DNS for the win!
TechEd Australia 2012 runs over four days, but there are months of work behind the scenes to make it happen for the 3000 attendees. We sat down with Jeff Alexander, Microsoft's IT Pro evangelist, to discuss the technical challenges of running a conference on this scale.