Brien throws caution to the wind and fully installs Windows 8 on a hard drive to see if Microsoft's latest OS can stand up to the day-to-day tasks for a techie.
Brien discusses how Microsoft's continued push and integration for PowerShell may be shifting the role System Center has in the enterprise.
Brien runs through some of the issues he's run into with Redmond's updated licensing policies.
Brien lays out his argument on why you will soon start to see features of a traditional operating system shifting to the hypervisor.
While Brien had some preconceived concerns with mixing social networking with an Internet search engine, Bing's newest update left him pleasantly surprised.
Brien lays out why he is optimistic about Microsoft's Windows 8 tablet, and why you may be ditching the iPad for the Surface.
Brien discusses some of the changes Microsoft is going through with its products' latest lifecycle and provides some suggestions for what he would like to see.
Windows 8 on mobile devices will be managed with Microsoft's cloud-based management tool. Here's why that's a bad thing.
In this entry, Brien shares some knowledge and pointers on tackling the sessions and the exhibit hall of TechEd.
Brien provides some helpful hints on how to get the most out of TechEd's attendee party and vendor freebies.
Brien discusses what brought him to the switch and how things are going with Microsoft's hosted suite.
With little news on how exactly ISPs will monitor illegal online activity, giving them this much power seems like a bad idea.
Brien loads up the early test build of Microsoft's upcoming OS on his tablet and hits the road.
Will facial recognition and photo manipulation replace the traditional password in Microsoft's next OS?
While the tablet won't be replacing the laptop anytime soon, tablets continue to improve their usability.