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Closing our series on Microsoft Most Valuable Professionals we’ve put together four more videos of some of the best IT Professionals out there.

First up, Alexander Solaat Rødland – AKA “myself”.
I live in the western parts of Norway and I was once referred to as kind of the community’s Energizer bunny (thanks Magnus). Besides being a Windows and Devices for IT MVP I’m a vivid journalist, acting Product Manager for ITpro.no and just recently received a Bachelor’s Degree in Information Science at the University of Bergen. On top of that, I’m working full time as a IT technician and frequent speak at events like TechDays Sweden, Nordic Infrastructure Conference (NIC) and Ignite.

 

 

Our next MVP is also based in Norway. Conference speaker, blogger, podcaster, user group founder and trainer Ståle Hansen has a day time job as a CEO and runs msunified.net on his spare time. His area of expertise is Office Server and Services with a clear focus on Skype for Business. Here’s Ståle.

 

According to Cloud and Datacenter Management MVP Johan Arwidmark “Contributing is everything!” and he manages to make a living out of it. Johan is a well known consultant, author, speaker and all-around geek specializing in Enterprise Windows Deployment Solutions. You might well have seen or met this energetic and humorous guy at a conferences such as MMS or TechEd or mayhaps even read one of his many books on OSD where he tackles complex concepts using simple “Real World” scenarios.

 

Long time Directory Expert John Craddock has been awarded an MVP in Enterprise Mobility area. Over the years John has designed and implemented computing systems ranging from high-speed industrial controllers through to distributed IT systems with a focus on security and high-availability. He’s known for having developed technical training courses that have been published worldwide, co-authored a highly successful book on Microsoft Active Directory Internals amongst others and he presents regularly at major international conferences including TechEd, IT Forum and European summits.

 

Thank you all for your contributions to the MVP communities, and also special thanks to my dear friend Mr. H for recording and editing the videos.

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September 1st, 2017

CB or CBB for your clients?

Patch management is more important than ever and sometimes you might end up with questions like “what is the difference between CB and CBB – and how many days should I defer?”

August 10th, 2017

Say hello to the new PowerShell Module Browser

Ever since I started scripting and programming, features like “Get-Help” and javadoc have been my lifesaver – now I welcome a new tool: PowerShell Module Browser

July 12th, 2017

Meet me at TechDays Stockholm

I am honored to be invited to TechDays as a speaker for the third time. For those of you who […]

February 3rd, 2017

Get my slides from NIC 2017

For those who could, and those who couldn’t join my sessions – here are my slides

January 27th, 2017

Use PowerShell to generate driver- and batteryreport

Every now and then I get these questions regarding power management, sluggish performance in general. As a cheat-sheet, I’ve come up with this PowerShell script that gives you all you need in one run

January 16th, 2017

Join my sessions at NIC – Nordic Infrastructure Conference 2-3. feb.

Regardless of how many presentations I’ve had, there are always a line of questions to be answered when the session is over. One of my sessions are for you: Ask me anything!

January 1st, 2017

Congratulations 2017 Microsoft MVP!

For the fourth year, I’m truly honored to recieve the highest recognized award for ITpros.

December 18th, 2016

Resolving Modern Device Issues for SMBs

For many SMBs, modern device management have proven to give some challenges, as the devices just like other areas of the tech industry have been moving forwards

August 14th, 2016

Meet Ståle, Johan, John and myself and our take as MVP’s

Closing our series on Microsoft Most Valuable Professionals we’ve put together four more videos of some of the best IT […]

May 22nd, 2016

Device management and troubleshooting DIY-style

In a changing IT landscape where we move from managed devices to more or less unmanaged dittos the need for self-healing systems and smart shortcuts are ever increasing.