Kasia Lorenc served as the content developer for the Petri IT Knowledgebase from 2011 – 2012. She’s currently the Director of Technology and Search Marketing at Zacuto USA in Chicago.
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Recent June, 2012 Stories
In this video, PowerShell MVP Don Jones talks about his top 3 features in PowerShell V3. See what Windows Admins can look forward to in the newest version of this powerful scripting tool.
Visual Studio Achievements for Windows Azure is a fun way for developers to hone in their skills and receive recognition for their knowledge. Microsoft has added 15 new achievements and there's talk of more challenges on the way. See how VS Achievements work and how you can benefit from the experience.
Webinars are a great way to learn without spending much time or money. They give you a chance to ask questions and interact with the top industry experts. Learn about 3 free webinars geared specifically for IT Pors happening this week.
Kasia Lorenc is back again with another video interview for today's post. Kasia talks to Exchange MVP J. Peter Bruzzese about Exchange, Microsoft's push for UCC, VDI ROI's and touches a bit on his bull riding experience in Vegas at this year's TechMentor conference.
TrainSignal's Kasia Lorenc is back with another video interview, this time with Veeam's VP of Product Strategy, Doug Hazelman. Hazelman discusses Veeam's latest release of their popular Backup & Replication solution. Now on it's 6th version, Backup & Replication now has support for Hyper-V.
Kasia Lorenc catches up with Jefferey Snover, inventor of PowerShell to discuss PowerShell's beginnings, its history and the importance of PowerShell for today's IT professionals.
In this post, Kasia Lorenc of TrainSignal catches up with Jeff Hicks at TechEd to discuss Windows PowerShell and why he feels that it will soon be a requirement for every IT admin to know how to use it.
Scott Lowe is a popular virtualization blogger, speaker and author of the newly released Mastering VMware vSphere 5 book. In this video interview from VMworld 2011, Scott talks about his latest book, his VMworld 2011 presentations and his favorite features in vSphere 5.