Wednesday 12 March 2014

SMBKitchen Update - ASP Project

Good news!

We are continuing on with our SMB Kitchen Project.

My involvement will be changing to be more workable with the crazy schedule I've been having this last year.

Time involvement to produce documentation and How-To videos is huge. Trying to set aside time to make things happen has been nothing short of difficult.

We have been blessed. Our business is running at a brisk pace with changes happening in the midst of it all to adapt to the new IT realities of today.

While I do hope to contribute documentation to the project, especially the Step-By-Step Guides for things like setting up an RDS based environment or using ARR and URLReWrite to host everything behind one WAN IP, my main focus will be more of a mentorship role.

I will be hosting regular monthly webinars with topics relevant for consultancies like us on topics ranging from time and client management without a PSA and yet still be an MSP, hardware today and tomorrow, technologies we need to be on top of to adapt and grow, and more.

I surprised myself recently in a conversation with a prospect that is 100% Mac based by suggesting a Cloud based mail solution as the best option over an on-premises one. Why? Well, even a year ago I would have been hard-pressed to suggest that. ;)

Check out the site here: SMB Kitchen ASP Project.

Need a Go To Guy? Well, that can be me. :)

If you are interested in a Quarterly Mentorship Program (10 hours of direct access with me per quarter) please ping me (my ASP Project E-mail) and we can make it happen!

Philip Elder
Microsoft Cluster MVP
Co-Author: SBS 2008 Blueprint Book

Chef de partie in the SMBKitchen ASP Project
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