I’m very pleased to announce that today I received notification from Microsoft that I have been presented with the Microsoft Most Valuable Professional (MVP) Award for Windows Home Server for the second year running. However, it gives me greater pleasure to announce that now have a third MVP on the team as Damian (dbone1026) […]

I’m very pleased to announce that on October 1st I received word from Microsoft that I have again been presented with the Microsoft Most Valuable Professional (MVP) Award for Windows Home Server. Note that due to some changes in the MVP program, this will be my second consecutive year as a 2009 award recipient. Here’s […]

Forum moderator Nigel “Cougar” Wilks has just let me know that today he was presented with a 2009 MVP Award for Windows Home Server from Microsoft. This is a fantastic recognition of the continued community support and activities that Nigel has performed over the past year. Nigel has been a member of since the […]

We’ve just wrapped up the webcast on Business Opportunities with Windows Home Server, and my typing fingers are worn out! Kevin and Grey put on a great presentation to almost 200 attendees, and we answered dozens of questions ranging from basic Home Server usage to complicated hardware and software integration topics. Thanks to Kevin and […]

The Microsoft Partner Program is offering a webcast event titled “Business Opportunities with Windows Home Server”. The event is being presented by Small Business Server MVP Kevin Royalty and Windows Home Server MVP Grey Lancaster, and I’ll be attending to answer any Windows Home Server specific questions that the participants may have. The webcast will […]

A few weeks ago, fellow MVP Donavon West gave us the first glimpse at the Home Servidor, a combination Home Server and cigar humidor. Donavon has just sent word that these impressive devices are now available for sale and have begun shipping. The Home Servidor is hand crafted and provides humidity controlled storage for your […]

We’re seeing a fair bit of talk about the new Acer easyStore Home Server, and fellow Windows Home Server MVP Yoshihiro Okabe from Japan has just published an article showing the insides of the new server. He noticed a 26-pin header on the motherboard that looks suspiciously like the debug header on the MediaSmart Server. […]

The Windows Home Server team has announced that we have two new MVPs joining the ranks. Alexander Köplinger (Germany) is a contributor on and author of OnTheFlyUnzipper Add-in Jim Clark is a frequent contributor on Congratulations to both Jim and Alexander!

The Windows Home Server Team Blog has announced the new MVPs for January 2009. Olaf Engelke from Germany is a regular contributor on the Windows Home Server forums Christopher Courtney aka Drashna from the WeGotServed forums Eric Rux of Martin Rothschink of Germany who wrote the LightsOut Add-In Congratulations to you all!

The Windows Home Server Team Blog has announced the new MVP’s for Windows Home Server. Congrats to Sam Wood and Donovan West, and thanks to the Windows Home Server Team for the recognition.