RunAs Radio

by Richard Campbell and Greg Hughes (info@runasradio.com) · · · · 54 subscribers

RunAs Radio is a weekly Internet Audio Talk Show for IT Professionals working with Microsoft products.

Richard and Greg talk to Isaac Roybal, late of Microsoft, now with Cisco, about the Unified Computing System. The Unified Computing System (UCS) is Cisco's hardware designed for virtualization, using blade-based hardware to create SAN-driven servers that can move seamlessly from machine-to-machine.
Richard and Greg talk to Isaac Roybal, late of Microsoft, now with Cisco, about the Unified Computing System. The Unified Computing System (UCS) is Cisco's hardware designed for virtualization, using blade-based hardware to create SAN-driven servers that can move seamlessly from machine-to-machine.
Richard and Greg talk to Dana Epp about finding and fixing a security vulnerability. Dana tells the story of how a customer found a bug in one of Scorpion Software's products that surfaced a weakness in a Microsoft security API. Ultimately Dana describes how they altered their application to protect ...
Richard and Greg talk to Dana Epp about finding and fixing a security vulnerability. Dana tells the story of how a customer found a bug in one of Scorpion Software's products that surfaced a weakness in a Microsoft security API. Ultimately Dana describes how they altered their application to protect ...
Richard and Greg talk to Kim Tripp and Paul Randal about how people can learn effectively. The discussion ranges over the different vehicles of learning, including user groups, training classes, conference sessions, and so on. Kim and Paul have taught in all these mediums and have great pointers for what ...
Richard and Greg talk to Kim Tripp and Paul Randal about how people can learn effectively. The discussion ranges over the different vehicles of learning, including user groups, training classes, conference sessions, and so on. Kim and Paul have taught in all these mediums and have great pointers for what ...
Carl Franklin drops into RunAs to host an episode where the guest is none other than Richard Campbell! Richard talks about the differences between IT Pros and developers. Lots of stories get told along the way, and maybe some ideas of how we can all work together better.<img src="http://feeds.feedburner.com/~r/RunasRadio/~4/ks0cmgXTGu4" height="1" ...
Carl Franklin drops into RunAs to host an episode where the guest is none other than Richard Campbell! Richard talks about the differences between IT Pros and developers. Lots of stories get told along the way, and maybe some ideas of how we can all work together better.<img src="http://feeds.feedburner.com/~r/RunasRadio/~4/ks0cmgXTGu4" height="1" ...
Richard talks to Mark Minasi about the things that Windows 8 is really going to need. It starts with getting rid of reboots and goes crazy from there. A significant part of this show is a discussion of where desktop virtualization is going. Got some thoughts on what should be ...
Richard talks to Mark Minasi about the things that Windows 8 is really going to need. It starts with getting rid of reboots and goes crazy from there. A significant part of this show is a discussion of where desktop virtualization is going. Got some thoughts on what should be ...
Richard talks to Mark Minasi about Office 2010. Mark talks about his frustrations with Office (mostly Outlook). The conversation spends more time on PowerPoint than you would think possible, leading to talking about presentation style and value. Ultimately, this is a conversation about how people learn, and how folks like ...
Richard talks to Mark Minasi about Office 2010. Mark talks about his frustrations with Office (mostly Outlook). The conversation spends more time on PowerPoint than you would think possible, leading to talking about presentation style and value. Ultimately, this is a conversation about how people learn, and how folks like ...
Richard talks to Robert Smith from Premier Field Engineering about what the IT Pro can do to debug crashes. The focus of the conversation is on blue screens, but any application crash can be debugged with similar techniques. Check out http://www.microsoft.com/whdc/devtools/debugging/default.mspx for the tools Robert talks about for debugging in ...
Richard talks to Robert Smith from Premier Field Engineering about what the IT Pro can do to debug crashes. The focus of the conversation is on blue screens, but any application crash can be debugged with similar techniques. Check out http://www.microsoft.com/whdc/devtools/debugging/default.mspx for the tools Robert talks about for debugging in ...
Richard flies solo to talk to Vijay Tewari about the new features being added to Hyper-V in Windows Server 2008 R2 Service Pack 1. The beta of Service Pack 1 was announced at Tech Ed US for release in July 2010. Vijay talks about two key new features being added ...
Richard flies solo to talk to Vijay Tewari about the new features being added to Hyper-V in Windows Server 2008 R2 Service Pack 1. The beta of Service Pack 1 was announced at Tech Ed US for release in July 2010. Vijay talks about two key new features being added ...
Richard flies solo to talk to Joel Oleson about upgrading to Sharepoint 2010. Since Joel was last on the show (#27!) he's left Microsoft to work with Quest, but still focused on Sharepoint. In the conversation Joel talks about the importance of using the pre-checker provided with Sharepoint 2007 Service ...
Richard flies solo to talk to Joel Oleson about upgrading to Sharepoint 2010. Since Joel was last on the show (#27!) he's left Microsoft to work with Quest, but still focused on Sharepoint. In the conversation Joel talks about the importance of using the pre-checker provided with Sharepoint 2007 Service ...
Richard and Greg talk to Alex Payne about the online products at Microsoft. The focus steers toward the enterprise side of things with Exchange Online, specifically comparing it to the offerings that Google has. Office Online is also explored. Alex also points to whymicrosoft.com.
Richard and Greg talk to Alex Payne about the online products at Microsoft. The focus steers toward the enterprise side of things with Exchange Online, specifically comparing it to the offerings that Google has. Office Online is also explored. Alex also points to whymicrosoft.com.