We are kicking off the new year with a rocking lineup of Microsoft MVPs. We’ve met the year faced with one of the biggest cyber security threats of all time— how have you been dealing with it? What kinds of advice do the most expert people in the industry have? Join us on Monday to hear from them.
Meet your MVPs
Marcel Meurer is responsible for the business division “IT Professional” at sepago GmbH in Cologne. In this role he leads a team of consultants who deliver their expertise in Microsoft and Citrix technologies to customers and partners. He is a Microsoft Azure MVP and has been assembling and programming computers since the early 90s. (two words: Commodore 64)
Eric Berg is a Cloud and Datacenter Management MVP. Since 2014, he’s been a Microsoft P-TSP (Partner Technology Solutions Professional) and works closely together with the colleagues from Microsoft. His motto? “The community lives from the community and only those who join in keeps her alive!”
First given the MVP distinction in 1995, Steve Thompson has extensive knowledge of SQL Server. He’s currently an Enterprise Mobility MVP and in his 22 years of MVP awards, he’s amassed an incredible amount of contributions and speaking engagements. He is Presently working for Softchoice as a Senior Consultant specializing in all things System Center related. He is a widely known industry speaker and has presented at numerous Microsoft Management Summit events.
With 13 years of MVP awards under his belt, Johan Arwidmark has made a name for himself as a consultant, author, speaker and all-around geek specializing in Enterprise Windows Deployment Solutions. His areas of expertise include but most certainly aren’t limited to Enterprise Windows Deployment Tools and Solutions, MDT, WinPE, USMT, WDS, and ConfigMgr.
Adam Fowler has been working in the IT industry for over 15 years, starting from the Helpdesk and working his way up through Desktop Support, Systems Administration and through to IT Operations Manager via internal IT roles over several companies. When not working his day job, Adam can be found writing tech-focused articles for several websites, running the Adelaide Windows and System Center Community and when he’s lucky, spending time with his wife and son.
Never been to a Twitter Party? The rules are pretty simple.
- You must follow all of the hosts: @1E_global @AdamFowler_IT @MarcelMeurer @Steve_TSQL @ericberg_de @jarwidmark to be eligible for prizes
- Tweet using the hashtag #1EMVPchat and/or #1EIgnite
- Prepare some questions, add your two cents, and have fun!
Prizes will be awarded after the party, so make sure you stay until the @1E_Global account says the party is over!