SMBKitchen Project document update

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The first two months of the SMBKitchen Project have flown by. And yes, I’m going to officially change the name of the project to the SMBKitchen Project since that seems to be what we are known by. So look for the change on our website. April 1 marks only 1/6 of our way through this 12 month project. Already we’ve got 200+ pages of material and several hours of chat, webinar and video. As I look across the content I’m seeing the beginnings of a group of materials that will form a cohesive vision of the future of consulting to SMB sized businesses. You probably see a hodge-podge of stuff. I promised that we were not writing a book, because books are too limiting. This is a project whose content streams out over the course of 12 months at the end of which will be a roadmap of technical education, consulting and in-the-know tips that put you over the top of the competition. That’s our goal.

In April we’ll be adding materials focused on Hyper-V, backup, Exchange and MultiPoint.

If you haven’t joined us yet. It’s time to do so. So go to www., create an account, purchase a subscription and we’ll see you at the next webinar or chat.

Here’s a list of current materials. 

Blocking IE 10 from Install

Server Patching with Susan Bradley

Java 2-1-2013

Installing a Server 2012 Domain Controller

Introducing the Enterprise Solutions for SMB Project


Windows Server 2012 – Virtualization

Introduction Webinar

Backup – Data Importance

Using EMET

Patch Management Tips

Patching Tips February

Patching 2-12 plus Real World experiences

Alert! Kb2781267

Future of the Desktop

BSOD on KB2670838

Office365 Best Bets

Using SkyDrive Pro

Patching March

Important option update for Windows 7

KitchenCrew Chat – March

Known Issues in Essentials 2012

PCI Security Solutions

Exchange 2010 SP3

Patch-22! March Video and Podcast series

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