Did you know that Microsoft 365 Nation contributor Ken Dwight is a published author? Dwight wrote a book (“Bug-Free Computing”) a decade ago that still has legs. Dwight shares for the first time that he wasn’t thrilled by the title (he wanted to have “safety” in the title). Back in the day, it was a best-selling book before the term malware was coined and widely used.
While this book reflects the world from a user point of view. Dwight goes deep in KLEZ, the first virus to extract money from afflicted parties. Dwight and myself (Harry) talk about what’s its like to self-publish a book.
Long-time managed services provider (MSP) Karl Palachuk discovers the three workloads of Microsoft 365. Interviewed at the recent ChannelPro SMB Forum in Chicago, Palachuk offers ways he can help MSPs figure out how to tweak the Microsoft 365 experience.
This contribution from Michael (MickyJ) Jenkin is very special. It’s a case of while the cat is away; the mice will play! Jenny and MickyJ filmed the rogue conversation while harry was gone. The content is a solid and the new format is worth the view alone!