Monthly Archives January 2008

Microsoft, Virtualisation and S+S

There’s a good post over at Vertigo discussing the future of virtualisation in MS.  I started my career doing desktop deployment projects, so the idea of virtual desktops is something I’ve kept an eye on over the years.  It one of those things that has been promising lots for a long time but never really […] Read More…

More good twitter advice…

…From Steve Clayton.  I’ve only really been on Twitter for a few weeks but already I spend quite a bit of time on there.  In fact along with Google Reader and Outlook its one of the apps I seem to have open all the time.  At the moment I use it more as a feed, […] Read More…

I’ve got an idea…

I’ve got an idea for a site, it’s been knocking about in my head for ages, but I’ve never managed to find the time I’d need to get the coding and data source stuff done.  The more I’ve thought about it recently though, the more I’m thinking I could get 90% of what I want […] Read More…

Windows 7 next year?

An article on Techmeme is suggesting that Windows 7 might have moved forward a year and arrive sometime late in 09.  Whether this is true or not who knows, but from my perspective as an enterprise customer it would make some sense – and probably make my life easier in the long run!  Selling a […] Read More…

Clouds everywhere

I had an interesting conversation with a buddy of mine yesterday about his PC.  It started out as one of those ‘hey Tom, you know about computers, what should I…’ chats.  He’s basically filled up his hard disk at home and wanted to know how he should upgrade.  We were looking at the prices of […] Read More…