Rick Claus engages with the worldwide Technical Community on behalf of Microsoft. Rick's role is to support platform awareness for Windows Server and skills development through special events targeting the broad community.
Technical areas of expertise from his 20+ years of experience in the IT Industry include: Windows Server, core infrastructure services, Virtualization technologies of all kinds, and systems management.
Unofficially, Rick is focused on spreading his enthusiasm, passion and excitement on all things technical to anyone who has the time for a coffee (or pint) and a chat (in English or français - naturellement).
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Joey and I are on the road for some fun Live Q&A with people about Windows 8 and Windows Server 2012. Even though we’re busy and engaging with people – we decided to step it up a notch and record … Continue reading
My team has hosted a number of online “JumpStarts” for Microsoft Learning focused on Windows Server 2012 and Windows 8. In case you missed them – they are live multi-day events streamed online focused on a particular technology and have … Continue reading
Greetings! As the curator of the TechEd Modernizing Your Datacenter foundational session, I have compiled a one stop resource to complementary sessions about the technologies we demonstrated during the event. You can click on the links to view the session … Continue reading
Just in case you lived under a rock over the last couple of days or so – you might not of known that the Release Candidate of Windows Server 2012 is now available for download. I recorded “The Edge Show” … Continue reading