Found an interesting IT event during my [mostly] daily check-in of my LinkedIn wall and reviewing some companies.
Stumbled on an event taking place next week called CloudToo. This was posted on the [LinkedIn] wall of Doherty Associates in the United Kingdom (U.K.).
Seems interesting. Too bad it’s in the U.K. No chance I’ll be able to attend. But does interest me regardless of my availability to commit. I’ll update this post with any videos or content disseminated from the event.
To sign up for the event go to:
“Making a brighter future for SME’s and start-ups with the cloud”
The acronym SME typically stands for subject matter expert. The opposite to a SME would be a generalist, or as some call it a jack of all trades. For example, if you’re hiring for a job that must have Apple and Macintosh (Mac) experience then you will post for an Apple genius or Mac expert or Mac genius whatever they call them now these days. Microsoft has an official branding of MVP (Microsoft Valued Professional) but that’s only really a status symbol and special partnership between you and the company. It’s kind of like the MCP program for certification. There’s some tests that you just pass that one test and you’re MCP.
You can check the Apple or Microsoft sites to see what kind of programs they have for SMEs or IT Professionals.
MSDN and TechNet are the Microsoft channels for professionals. I think the Mac genius program would cover that but it’s just assuming. Mac is about 10% of my breadth of knowledge and experience and only with hypercard on the old Macs in the late ‘80s and the Apple II/c in the mid-80s.
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Your Social Media Roots
Site that I snagged this from was from Scoop.it! Not sure about the name but it also has a link on Pinterest as well.
Screenshot of the Scoop.it! website loaded in Internet Explorer 10 (desktop) logged in to the site with my Facebook account
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I got a message in the notification area that there was some kind of scheduled event running.
Action Center icon when no current issues are detected
Hovering over the Action Center icon will invoke a tooltip stating “no current issues detected”:
Software that got updated was interesting:
After the update completed the Microsoft Mouse and Keyboard Center appears.
So far, everything is working fine.
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