Regularly, new bloggers join our team. In this blogpost I explain what we expect from them and what they might expect from us. At blogs.dirteam.com we strive as a team to provide accurate and actionable information to our readers. Membership will remain free. Active team members can at all times request the assistance of the … Continue reading "The DirTeam Policy"
Microsoft is hosting the 2011 MVP Summit this week. Microsoft Most Valuable Professionals (MVPs) are invited over to Seattle, Bellevue and Redmon by Microsoft to enjoy a week of technical sessions (for certain MVP expertises) at the Microsoft Campus, stay at one of the Bellevue Hotels and of course party in Seattle.
In the last couple of years, doomscenarios have crossed our pathes. Stories about impending shortages of IP addresses and ISPs about to go bust. These stories, of course, were all related to IPv6.
After a couple of weeks of careful planning and testing, the Dirteam.com / ActiveDir.org Weblogs (dirteam.com) have moved. For the past five years, the dirteam.com website was hosted on shared servers in a datacenter in Pasadena in the US.
We’re not arrogant people. We’re busy persons, but we tend to make time when someone asks us a question, sends us feedback, posts a trackback, writes a comment or proposes to work together on some blogging, speaking or book effort. So isn’t it ironic we haven’t been responding to email messages you’ve been sending us?
In the past year you may have come to enjoy the active blogs of two Microsoft Most Valuable Professionals (MVPs) on the DirTeam.com/ActiveDir.org Weblogs: Jorge de Almeida Pinto (Jorge 's Quest For Knowledge!) and Sander Berkouwer (The things that are better left unspoken).
It's my pleasure and honor to announce the names of your favorite DirTeam bloggers and speakers attending Microsoft’s Tech∙Ed Europe Middle East & Africa (EMEA) conference for IT Professionals in Barcelona (Spain) from November 3rd, 2008 to November 7th, 2008
Today marks an important point in the website and community called the Dirteam.com/ActiveDir.org Blogs: We today welcomed our 400th registered user!
As recently appointed Chief Technology Officer (CTO) of DirTeam I feel it's a good thing to inform the people committed to this website. Since a lot of our readers of our blogs also feel committed, this information is available to them as well. This is the first post in what I intend to be a … Continue reading "DirTeam CTO"