A new Directory Services MVP! (Morgan Dahl Simonsen)

On July 1, Morgan Dahl Simonsen was awarded with the 2012 Microsoft Most Valuable Professional (MVP) award for Directory Services.

The team behind the DirTeam.com / ActiveDir.org weblogs would like to congratulate him with this achievement and welcome him to the select group of Directory Services MVPs.

About Morgan Dahl Simonsen

Morgan Dahl Simonsen is a Senior IT advisor and consultant from Norway. On the picture below, from October 2008, he is depicted as the third guy from the left on the back row, just behind Steve Ballmer.


You can find his blog on morgansimonsen.wordpress.com. Morgan has been blogging since January 1, 2006 on (mostly) Exchange and Active Directory. If you like the content on the DirTeam.com / ActiveDir.org weblogs , then I’m sure you’ll like the content on Morgans blog!

On twitter he is known as @msimonsen.

About the Microsoft MVP Program

The Microsoft MVP Award Program recognizes and thanks outstanding members of technical communities for their community participation and willingness to help others. The MVP Award is given to exceptional technical community leaders who foster the free and objective exchange of knowledge by actively sharing their real-world expertise with technology users. The MVP Award celebrates the most active community members from around the world who provide invaluable online and offline expertise that enriches the community experience and makes a difference in technical communities that feature Microsoft products.

MVPs are a select group of experts representing technology's best and brightest people who share a commitment to community. While MVPs come from many backgrounds and a wide range of technical communities, they share a passion for technology and a demonstrated willingness to help others. MVPs do this by writing books and articles, managing Web sites, maintaining blogs, participating in user groups, hosting and contributing chats, presenting at events and training sessions, and answering questions in technical newsgroups, forums, or message boards.

Microsoft MVPs are an amazing group of individuals. By sharing their knowledge and experiences and providing objective feedback, MVPs help people solve problems and discover new capabilities. It gives us great pleasure to recognize and award MVPs as our way of saying thank you for their demonstrated commitment to helping others in technical communities worldwide.

July 1 is one of the four dates per year, where the people running the Microsoft Most Valuable Professional (MVP) program award and reaward people for their contributions.

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