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In case you're
wondering who the folks are "behind the scenes" here are brief bios and
photos of the people that make FAQShop what it is.
Andy Dominey is a Microsoft MVP and currently works in the UK as a
MOM/infrastructure consultant. He has been responsible for the IT
systems of many large-scale customers including the British Army and a
company supplying mobile phone services to major UK mobile operators.
Andy currently contributes MOM solutions to the
Microsoft MOM community.
Cliff Hobbs is a
UK-based systems management consultant who specialises in the various
systems management tools covered by this site such as Microsoft System
Center Configuration Manager (ConfigMgr) and Systems
Management Server (SMS).
In recognition of his
contribution to the Systems Management community Microsoft awarded Cliff
Professional (MVP) award for SMS in January 2004 which has been
re-awarded in all subsequent years.
'Ensuring you get the best of IT'.
Feel free to email Cliff at anytime.
David Allen has been working in IT since 2001 for companies such as
Computacenter and Getronics. He started out as a first line support
analyst supporting heterogeneous networks but rapidly worked his way up
the ranks expanding his knowledge as he went to include areas such as
system builds, deployments, networking, and security to name a few.
In 2008 he decided to concentrate on the monitoring and management of large enterprise networks using Microsoft's System Center Operations Manager (OpsMgr) 2007 of which he has extensive knowledge. As testament to this the Windows Management User Group (WMUG), invited David to join their ranks as a Community Leader where David has been invaluable in helping to bolster the OpsMgr skills to the benefit of the group and it's members.
David has now moved into an OpsMgr 2007 consultancy role to do what he likes most - working with OpsMgr and sharing his knowledge and experiences with the community.
You can contact David using this email address.
Stuart Renes is a Senior IT specialist for a large Fortune 500 company
that manages more than 65,000 servers, 3 million desktops and 10.2
petabytes of storage around the world.
He has a degree in Electrical Engineering and has spent the last 30 years working in various Information Technology roles. He has participated in Microsoft Beta programs since 1993 starting with the beta release of Windows NT 3.1. Stuart was a member of the Microsoft Joint Development program for Windows Server 2003 as well as the Technology Adoption Program for MOM 2005.
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