Bryon Burkhardt

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Best reason to justify that new tablet “XP end of life”

If you are a one of those consumers that has held on to Windows XP and hasn’t made the jump to a new PC yet, consider this… don’t do it! Instead, bite the bullet and spend that little extra to move to a tablet based computer. There is another trend sweeping the market (other than […]

XP End of Life. Migrate in a Few Simple Steps

XP end of life, migrate in a few simple steps

Now that Windows XP end of life is here, if you are one of those companies still hanging on, there’s likely a bit of panic on what exactly to do. Well there is good news, bad news, and then some more good news. If you are in an industry that has heavy governing compliance, like […]

Using System Center Automation to Manage Office 365

Manage Office 365 with Microsoft System Center Service Manager, Orchestrator, PowerShell or Custom GUI. Working with office 365 projects one of the things I come across frequently is what are some of the ways to manage Office 365 from an on premise location. Up to now there has been a very limited tool set to […]

SCCM 2012 Hierarchy Demystified

With the introduction to System Center Configuration Manager 2012 Microsoft introduced changes in the Hierarchy from 2007. It can be a very tedious task to dig through all the TechNet articles to try and figure out how you should architect your SCCM 2012 deployment. A lot of the information out there leads you right back […]