Bytes by TechNet - Harold Wong and Greg Shields
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Hear from Harold Wong, Sr. IT Evangelist at Microsoft, and Greg Shields, Sr. Partner & Principal Technologist at Concentrated Technology, as they discuss and break down Private Cloud Solutions and how to really manage these from an IT perspective. If you're curious about Private Cloud and how to get started, this is a great interview to catch.
|Greg Shields is an independent author, speaker, and IT consultant, as well as a Partner and Principal Technologist with Concentrated Technology. With 15 years in information technology, Greg has developed extensive experience in systems administration, engineering, and architecture specializing in Microsoft OS, remote application, systems management, and virtualization technologies. He is a Contributing Editor and columnist for TechNet Magazine and Redmond Magazine, and serves as the Series Editor for Realtime Publishers, the world's leading provider of high-quality content for the IT market. Greg is a highly sought-after and top-ranked speaker for both live and recorded events, and is seen regularly at conferences like TechMentor Events, Microsoft Tech Ed, VMworld, and more. He is a multiple recipient of Microsoft "Most Valuable Professional" award with as well as VMware's vExpert award.|
|Harold Wong has been with Microsoft for almost 12 years. Harold started as a pre-sales Systems Engineer focused on Exchange Server but has been an IT Pro Evangelist since July of 2004. Although Harold is a generalist across most Microsoft Infrastructure Servers, he has been focused on the Unified Communications area (Exchange Server and Office Communications Server / Lync Server) for quite some time. Recently, Harold has also added "Cloud" computing to his repertoire in the hopes of helping IT Pros better understand the role of Cloud Computing. Outside of work, Harold enjoys spending time with his family, finding and eating great sushi and playing Xbox Live (Halo Reach mostly).|
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Published Date: August 17, 2011
Video: WMV (ZIP) (no longer available)