As most of you know, this blog is on a quest to find respected members of the tech community to get their opinions on the next version of Windows – Microsoft’s Windows 8. If you know anything about technology and Tech websites, you’ll know the site NetworkWorld.com. I’ve been a longtime reader of the site and I reached...

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SFgate wrote over the weekend that “Ballmer HAD To Make Windows The Center Of Microsoft’s Tablet Strategy — Even If It Kills Them” Their point: Microsoft’s tablet strategy — wait for the next version of Windows — will probably end up costing the company its long-held Windows monopoly, at least among consumers. But it’s...

So here’s the deal. My buddy Marc and I made a bet a year or more ago and I need your help to make my $500. He basically bet that by the summer of 2011, I would not be able to name 10 (just ten) companies in the Fortune 500 who are officially using or seriously considering using Windows 7. By seriously considering, he...

Microsoft has begun to distribute early copies of Windows 8 to key OEM partners. The software giant is distributing build 7971.0.110324-1900 via the company’s Connect external testing system. Key OEMs, including HP, are now able to access the Milestone 3 build from Connect. The test version of Windows 8 is reportedly...

On this blog, I continue to be an advocate of not just cool tech features for consumers but for functionality that will add value to the enterprise as well. Office and Windows are Microsoft’s bread and butter. Corporate licensing makes up a lot of revenue for Microsoft when they deploy their client and server operating...

And so my friends, it begins… In an interview Softpedia had with Ondřej Vlček, the Chief Technology Officer for Avast Software, he revealed that testing involving the next major iteration of the Windows iteration is scheduled to start later this spring. His quote: “We have something scheduled for this spring. Hopefully...

Recently, I read a very comprehensive blog post on ZDNET by Stephen Chapman that cleverly laid out some elements of Windows 8 and Office 15 he had found on the web. It was very impressive – If you start putting the pieces together (as I have on this blog), a clearer picture of Windows 8 begins to emerge. Anyway, I...

I wrote a book called The Windows 7 Deployment Guide and as a result, I am initmately familiar with the business benefits of Windows 7. In my opinion, the operating system is hands down the most stable and intuitive masteriece that Microsoft has put together. Easy and reliable, the operating system (in my opinion) is...