Welcome to the party! We are hitting it hard next Monday with FIVE Microsoft MVPs who have experienced the ups (and downs) of Windows 10. They’ve got the experience, the know-how, and the charm to chat with you for a half hour, this Monday at 12pm EST.
Now it’s time for the roll-call! Meet your MVPs:
Niall Brady epitomizes cool. He is an Enterprise Mobility MVP who writes the ever popular blogs https://www.windows-noob.com and https://www.niallbrady.com which focus on detailed and informative step-by-step guides for Microsoft Intune & System Center Configuration Manager.
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!” He’s also your go-to MVP to ask about #GDPR. (Because THAT’S happening, too.)
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)
Maurice Daly has been working in the IT industry for the past 18 years. With a focus on active directory, group policies, Hyper-V, Windows deployment and Office 365, Maurice has been an MCSE since 2008 and was awarded Enterprise Mobility MVP in March 2017. Most recently his focus has been on automation of deployment tasks, creating and sharing PowerShell scripts and other content to help others streamline their deployment processes.
You know Paul Winstanley from his killer blog. A relatively newly minted MVP (2017) he’s already made a huge impact in the community. Paul is a UK based System Center Configuration Manager Consultant with over 20 years of architecture, deployment and consulting experience. He is an active blogger, he set up the SCCMentor website four years ago to assist others with tips, fixes and guides, is a Community Leader of the Windows Management User Group and is usually found answering technical questions at the Microsoft System Center Configuration Manager TechNet forums, or tweeting about the product on Twitter.
This group of MVPs are not kidding around- they know their stuff and they are here to answer questions and help guide you based off of the knowledge they’ve acquired over years and years and YEARS of being the best in the industry! Mark your calendars for next Monday, May 21st at 12PM est and join us on Twitter using the hashtag #1EMVPchat!!!