Merry Xmas from FAQShop and Happy 2013

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2012 has been an amazing year for me. Highlights include working as a Premier Field Engineer for Microsoft UK as part of their Vendor Pilot Program (which I’m proud to say I helped play a part in making a success), as well as the other roles I’ve undertaken.

Of course it was also the year that I launched the new version of this site which from the feedback I’ve received so far has gone down very well in the community (don’t forget feedback is welcome at any time 😉

There were some lows as well which I on’t dwell on as I’m really looking forward to 2013 with Service Pack 1 of System Center 2012 due pretty early on in the year plus it’s already shaping up to be a great year for me personally, more on that as things happen.

On the FAQShop front I’m already working on plans to enhance the site even further throughout the year.

For now thank you all once again for your continued support of the site which I really appreciate.

All that’s left for me is to wish you and your loved one’s a Very Merry Christmas and a Happy, Peaceful, Prosperous New Year.



About the Author:

Cliff Hobbs is a 13 times Microsoft Most Valuable Professional (MVP), the first to be awarded in the UK for Microsoft Systems Management Server (SMS) back in 2004 and every year since (first in System Center Configuration Manager (ConfigMgr) and then Enterprise Client Management/ Enterprise Mobility). He has worked as a Consultant with SMS since version 2.0 (over 18 years) and ConfigMgr/ SCCM during which time he has gained extensive experience of designing, deploying, and supporting large enterprise-wide systems management solutions on behalf of many companies such as Microsoft, HP, EDS, Getronics, 1E and Abbey across multiple industry sectors. He founded back in 2003 which is one of the longest running and most popular web sites for Microsoft System Center Configuration Manager/ SCCM. His LinkedIn Profile providing full details of his skills and experience can be accessed at:
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