What a Summit we had , this time at home here Down under. This was my 3th MCT Summit which I have attended as speaker in the last 12 months. But this one was special as first of all I did not had to travel and more importantly meet fellow MCT’s from all around Australia. MCT Summit Australia 2012, hosted more than 13 session with 10 speakers in 2 days. I gave a session about Windows Intune 2.0 , specially designed for trainers and consultants. Oh YEAH I love Windows Intune and what it gives to us, as its based on the Cloud , I have huge range of content delivery options every time I present Windows Intune. Here's my slide deck as promised: click here to download We had Ken Rosen from Microsoft Learning , Dr. Greg Low SWL Down Under, Steve Herzberg from NRG Solutions, Mick Badran Breeze Consulting, Dan Pracny-Strass , Lawrence Crumpton, Jason Clarke & Roland Leggat from Microsoft and of course myself from Fastlane Training ( www.flane.com.au ) as speaker... [More]
If you are just about to deploy Exchange 2010 On premises , hybrid or Online only this assistant is designed to make life easy.
It will take you step by step through the installation steps, how to’s as well as Best practices..All what you have to do is , cliking this link and getting the right help DOWNLOAD HERE
As of the 30thof January 2012 Fast Lane (APAC) will have fully acquired the operations of CEO Training
As a result; all of our communications and billing from the 30thwill be under Fast Lane APAC (Fast Lane Institute for Knowledge Transfer)
About Fast Lane
Established in 1996 Fast Lane has one of the most Comprehensive coverage in the region. Currently headquartered in Sydney we are operational in Singapore, Kuala Lumpur, Jakarta, HK, Seoul, China, Manila, and India, with great coverage of our domestic market. Fast Lane is the fastest growing Cisco CLSP and the only Global NetApp training partner.
Incorporating Microsoft CPLS to the list recently and now acquiring CEO, Fast Lane will have additional capacity and capability to meet our customer demand.
With this Structure, we will enhance our content of courses and capacity to deliver more pertinent solutions to our customers growing and changing need... [More]
In January 2012 I was interviewed by Turkish University Microsoft Student Partners. The original interview was published in :
If you want to get the translation, Microsoft Translator is really doing a good job, you can click in the below link , copy paste the above link, and leave the rest to MS Translator.
or just use my link below to get a full translation ready in one click
Or here is the translation ready for you: ( Not perfect translation but will do the job)
Unlu Ağyol: Brief mentions of yourself? Erdal Ozkaya: I was born in Germany, grew up there but in the meantime we visited Turkey often. In the end, my fiancée started reading Literature from Hacettepe University in Australia as the roar with extra when I've been in the vee
Unlu Ağyol: Security-how to g... [More]
By: Jaap Wesselius MVP
Upgrading to Exchange Server 2010 is easy if you know how, and Jaap’s simple walkthrough will guide you painlessly through the process. Jaap now makes life easy for the Exchange Server 2007 SysAdmins, too.
Many students do ask me to write an article like that but Jaap done such a good job, instead of re writing an article , I am happy to share this excellent walkthrough. Please make sure you do complete the TechNet Virtual Lab’s before you do it in real life
and here is the article , thank you Jaap
Exchange Server 2007
Our fictitious company, called Inframan, has approximately 500 employees. Most of them are located on the internal network, but there are also quite a number of employees who access the Exchange 2007 environment from the Internet. On the internal network, a mix of Outlook 2003 as well as Outlook 2007 is being used, and remote workers have a laptop with Outlook 2007, and a mix of mobile devices using ActiveSync to keep in sync with... [More]
Dodo (http://www.dodo.com/) , an ISP in Australia, a paid service, seems to have the rights to divert me to its preferred search engine! If do a mistake and mistype my URL, this Service Provider thinks they got right or whatever to divert me… May I ask when did you get this permission from me ? Here is an example. I am mistyping (!) my name in my browser which has BING as default search engine set up: And my default search settings are as below : My hope here is , they are only diverting the search traffic nothing else ? What if they are “sniffing “ my network for their own business purposes ? This happens with out my knowledge and without installing any software in my PC, not even using their supplied modem. After going their TERMS & Conditions (check hereDodo T&C) I found many other Privacy issues which took my attention. Like: -We may collect (and provide to third parties) information about the way you browse our website or other information on the Int... [More]
Windows PowerShell: Learn It Now Before It’s an Emergency
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What is in the ISO27001 standard? The ISO27001 information security standard is the one standard amongst the ISO27000 family of standards against which an organisation’s ISMS can be audited and certified. The goal of the ISO27001 standard is to ‘provide a model for establishing, implementing, operating, monitoring, reviewing, maintaining, and improving an information security management system’. The ISO27001 information security standard specifies a number of requirements that an organisation’s ISMS must meet in order to comply with the standard. The main body of the standard describes the mandatory elements of the ISMS. The requirement for a company to conduct a risk assessment, and base its selection of controls on the outcome of that risk assessment, is an essential and fundamental part of the standard. Appendix A of ISO27001 consists of 11 control sections, 39 control objectives and 133 individual controls. The 11 control sections are broken down as follows: Security... [More]
The plan, do, check and act cycle (PDCA) Plan (establishing the ISMS): Establish the policy, the ISMS objectives, processes and procedures related to risk management and the improvement of information security to provide results in line with the global policies and objectives of the organization. Do (implementing and workings of the ISMS): Implement and exploit the ISMS policy, controls, processes and procedures. Check (monitoring and review of the ISMS): Assess and, if applicable, measure the performances of the processes against the policy, objectives and practical experience and report results to management for review. Act (update and improvement of the ISMS): Undertake corrective and preventive actions, on the basis of the results of the ISMS internal audit and management review, or other relevant information to continually improve the said system.