Tech.Ed

  • Photos from Tech.Ed Australia keynote

    The Tech.Ed Australia 2011 keynote is underway, check out some photos below, including opening keynote presenter aka Geek MC, Adam Spencer.  If you can’t be at Tech.Ed this year, then the photos will go some way to you living the experience. The keynote is being recorded and will be...
  • Microsoft Tech.Ed 2011 begins !

    Technically it began yesterday for those in deep dive training sessions, but today marks the official opening of Microsoft’s Tech.Ed 2011 conference. Held again on the sunny Gold Coast, the action starts with a Keynote at 4:30pm this afternoon. This is a strange year for Tech.Ed, the current stage...
  • Quad-core Windows 8 slate has, you guessed it, heat vents

    Microsoft Tech Ed conference in Australia is next week (expect lots of coverage right here), but this week its New Zealand’s turn. Turns out Microsoft spilling the beans on some brand new products. Smarter Geek is reporting that during a session titled ‘WCL101 Come and see the latest and...
  • The current state of Windows 7

    It’s been around a year since the launch of Windows 7, so in the final interview from Tech.Ed last week, I discuss the current state of Windows 7. In an interview with Moragh Blyth and Michael Niehaus from Microsoft we discuss Win7 Service Pack 1, business adoption and a...
  • Tech.Ed 2010 – Microsoft's Cloud

    One of Microsoft’s key strategies for the future is cloud computing not only for some personal use – skydrive, office web apps and My Phone, but also business. Their cloud platform Azure hosts services like Exchange, SharePoint, SQL to name a few. There are few companies that do things...
  • Natural user interface coming to your future

    This year’s keynote at Tech.Ed Australia 2010 was done by Microsoft evangelist Michael Kordahi with special guest August de los Reyes who spoke about Natural User Interfaces. To discuss this concept further I sat down with the guys to get some more information on the concept of NUI. NUI...
  • Tech.Ed Australia 2010: Day 3–Closing Party [photos]

    Last night the Tech.Ed 2010 closing party was hosted at the Gold Coast Convention Centre. In previous years the closing party has been held at theme parks or night clubs, this year the closing party offered a number of activities for attendees to participate in. Activities included gaming on...
  • IE9 UI leaked ? What do you think ?

    While Microsoft have been very quiet about the UI for IE9, it appears it may have been leaked online. While only online for a while, that snappy Microsoft blogger Mary J Foley over at ZDnet, managed to capture a screen shot of what appears to be a new UI...
  • Windows Home Server Vail and Aurora details

    Yesterday I sat down with Rosemary Stark & Jeff Alexander from Microsoft to discuss the upcoming releases of Windows Home Server. Vail and Aurora are currently in beta, so be sure to check out the video below for all the details....
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