Monthly Archives April 2008

Vista Search Syntax

In between some meetings today I did some reading around Windows Desktop Search and Vista Search.  Although its not something we currently ‘officially’ supply, we’re seeing more people using WDS and Google Desktop.  Not really a problem but when people start indexing the network shares our file servers and network don’t like it much… So […] Read More…

Messenger for Mac

I’ve just been reading over on Johann Kruse’s blog that Messenger for Mac 7 has been released.  I guess for most people the big news for most people will be the usual Live Messenger support, but if you’re an Enterprise IT guy like me its the Office Communication Server (OCS)support that’s interesting. One of the […] Read More…

Twistori – I wish I was a Ninja…

A few people have been tweeting about twistory today and I really love it, what a great idea!  It pulls data from summize to scroll through tweets with the words Love, Hate, Think, Believe, Feel and Wish.  One of those things you have to see to appreciate, full fantastic none the less. Read More…

New Office Labs site

Another thank you to Steve Clayton for pointing out that the Office Labs site has gone live.  It looks like there are some great tools to try out there. I’m a big fan of Tablet PC’s and having just installed InkSeine, I have to say it’s very cool.  I use OneNote quite a bit to […] Read More…

Why spoil the good work?

As you might have spotted, due to the work I’m doing at the moment I keep a pretty close eye on Microsoft and what its doing.  Over the past week or so I think thing they’ve had a fairly good week, news about the Live Mesh platform has started to arrive and it looks great, […] Read More…