Jeff James is the Editorial Director for the Petri IT Knowledgebase. He was formerly the editor-in-chief of both Windows IT Pro and Microsoft Technet Magazine, and has served as an editorial director at the LEGO Company. Jeff has nearly 20 years of experience as a technology writer and journalist, and started writing technology articles for AmigaWorld, Computer Gaming World, and other tech publications and websites in the early 1990's.
Jeff's Recent Posts
Hot on the heels of new Windows 9 screenshots, German IT site WinFuture has posted some videos that show the Windows 9 Technical Preview build in action.
Microsoft buys Minecraft maker Mojang for a whopping $2.5 billion. Will this mean Windows Phone users will finally get Minecraft?
More details about Windows 9 leaked on to the web today in the form of Windows 9 technical preview screenshots, posted by two German technology websites.
Are you a lover of craft beer? If so, then we think you might enjoy this carefully crafted (pun intended) list of beers for system administrators.
Couldn’t make it to VMworld this year? Our VMworld 2014 recap serves up some of the key takeaways from the event, from buzzwords to hot products.
One of the most discussed products at VMworld was Docker. So what is Docker? Jeff James gives us an overview.
VMware vSphere 6.0 wasn’t formally announced at VMworld this week, but several new features were. Jeff James gathers up the details and provides an overview.
VMware unveils EVO:RAIL, vCloud Air, vRealize Suite, and a host of other cloud and virtualization products and services at VMworld 2014 this week.
Microsoft has turned to the IT community for help with naming the successor to the Microsoft TechEd conference. What names would you suggest for Microsoft’s latest tech conference?
Windows 9 won’t officially be released until mid-2015, but a Windows 9 preview event might be slated for September 30th. Read on to find out more!