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Reinventing Conference Swag by Giving Back

Published by on July 14th, 2014

Your-Logo-HereIt’s time to make swag less about taking and more about giving.

If you’ve ever been to a business conference or event that has a handful of vendors itching for your business, you’ve likely run across swag. It’s the giveaways that organizations litter their booths with in the hopes that you will take a piece of their business home with you.

Swag is a funny thing, and to help elaborate my point, let me provide a little background from a Marketing Director’s perspective.

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The Microsoft Worldwide Partner Conference 2014 is here!

Published by on July 11th, 2014

WPC14It’s more like T-minus the hours rather than the days until The Microsoft Worldwide Partner Conference (WPC14) kicks off in Washington, DC on Sunday!

So, how am I preparing? I’m reading post after post from veteran “WPCers” with their tips and tricks for a successful Conference. I guess it’s my turn to jump on the bandwagon.  Speaking of bands: We get to see Paramore and Neon Trees during the Partner Celebration this year. Ain’t it (going to be) Fun!

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How Your Company Can Go Green in the Cloud

Published by on July 9th, 2014

green_cloudEveryone talks about how the cloud increases agility, decreases IT costs, and saves time, but are there even more benefits? Many companies are making a companywide commitment to Go Green by cutting their carbon footprint.

There are big and small ways that all companies can decrease their carbon footprint, including:

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Data Security: Best Practices in the Hybrid Cloud Webinar

Published by on July 7th, 2014

When clouds collide, is your data safe?

On Thursday, July 24th, 2014, at 11am (EST), Fpweb.net is teaming up with CipherPoint to present a free hybrid cloud webinar entitled Data Security: Best Practices in the Hybrid Cloud.


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Integrate your PowerShell Scripts with SCOrch

Published by on July 2nd, 2014

Understanding SCOrch Runbooks and PowerShell

If you’re not familiar with “SCOrch”, it stands for System Center Orchestrator. Orchestrator serves the role as the “automater” in Microsoft’s System Center suite, and it’s used to create “Runbooks” which are basically workflows that are used to complete a series of tasks.

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