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Scroogled: Microsoft Takes Google to Task for Privacy Violations Commented on: 3 years ago (April 11, 2013)

I agree with the point that MS are well placed to point out what Google are at, especially because of their own past behaviour. However, I am struck by the point that WaltC makes as to why they...

WinInfo Short Takes: Microsoft Earnings Special Edition Commented on: 4 years ago (January 25, 2013) I presume that Exchange and SQL Server are in the Servers and Tools div, but is SharePoint still marooned in the Office Div ?
NPD: Windows 8 Launch Coincided with 21 Percent Drop in PC Sales Commented on: 4 years ago (December 4, 2012) I also agree with the point about the hardware suppliers. I have been waiting (im)patiently with finger poised about the Buy button since June this year to buy a "new" Win8 pc for myself...
Microsoft Pulls PerformancePoint, Wraps Functionality into SharePoint Commented on: 8 years ago (January 30, 2009) This will greatly increase Microsoft's revenue from PPS, but will complicate our job in Licencing and Deploying PPS, which had the potential to be an awesome product.
Managing User Accounts, Part 1 Commented on: 12 years ago (September 30, 2004) Meaty stuff. Thanks. JK.
Managing User Accounts, Part 2 Commented on: 12 years ago (September 30, 2004) Again excellent stuff. JK.
Q. How can I create a summary of the contents of the organizational units (OUs) in my environment? Commented on: 12 years ago (September 28, 2004) Simple but very useful. Thanks. JK.
Delayed-Replication AD Recovery Commented on: 12 years ago (August 20, 2004) Absolutely Fantastic Article. Beautifully simple yet effective technique to address a real service delivery problem. JK.
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