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J. Peter Bruzzese is a Microsoft MVP with an extensive record consulting with companies such as Goldman Sachs, Solomon Smith Barney, CommVault Systems, and Microsoft. He is the co-founder of ClipTraining, a company focused on assisting users in learning more about Windows and Office. For the past 10 years he has specialized in Active Directory and Exchange support and education, as well as Certification Training. Peter is an established technical author with over a dozen books to his credit, and is a contributor to MSExchange.org, Tech Target, Redmond Magazine, and WindowsITPro. Peter has joined forces with Train Signal, a global leader in professional computer training, to provide the highest quality Exchange training on the planet. He can be reached at peter@trainsignal.com.

Will Office 365 Get You Fired?

A combo of Microsoft's Exchange Online, SharePoint Online, and Lync Online is good. Is it good enough to cost you your job?

Why IE9 Is Better Than Firefox 4 and Chrome 10

Microsoft's new browser takes the same minimalist approach as Chrome, then adds more intuitive, more capable features

The High Points in Microsoft's 'Boring' Product Road Map

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Eight Free Windows 7 Tools You Should Try

These utilities can lead to a much more capable PC environment.

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Eight Free Windows 7 Tools You Have to Try

Our Windows blogger recently found these utilities, which have made his PC environment that much more capable.

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What to Expect: Windows 8

With rumored release dates and features, the buzz has already begun about Microsoft’s 'riskiest upcoming product'

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Viruses for the Holidays: Three Go-To Tools to Keep You Merry

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Windows Phone 7 Will Be a Serious Game-Changer

Love it or hate it, the new Windows Phone 7 mobile OS has success written all over it

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Microsoft Security Essentials: Free, So What's the Catch?

The program provides real-time protection against spyware, viruses, worms, Trojans, and other malicious software -- and stacks up well to its paid competitors.

20 Windows 7 Tips and Tricks for IT Admins

Make working in Windows 7 even easier with these easy-to-miss tricks.

Microsoft Gambles on HTML5, H.264 Video for IE9

After years of going its own way, Microsoft's browser is moving in the right direction: standards, performance, and HTML5.

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Microsoft Drops Windows 2000, XP SP2 in July

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All browsers greedily suck up processor and RAM resources, slowing and even stalling PCs — but you can help put an end to your browser's piggish ways.

Office 2007: 8 Great Reasons to (Finally) Upgrade

With Office 2010 on the horizon, companies still lag several versions behind -- now's the time to begin the migration.