Hot on the heels of a successful CIAOPS Techwerks 4 in Perth in April, Techwerks 5 will move to Melbourne on Friday the 10th of May. The course is limited to 15 people and you can sign up and reserve your place now! You reserve a place by send me an email (firstname.lastname@example.org) expressing you interest.
The content of these events is driven by the attendees. That means we cover exactly what people want to see and focus on doing hands on, real world scenarios. Attendees can vote on topics they’d like to see covered prior to the day and we continue to target exactly what the small group of attendees wants to see. Thus, this is an excellent way to get really deep into the technology and have all the questions you’ve been dying to know answered. Typically, the event produces a number of best practice take aways for each attendee. So far, the greatest votes are for deeper dives into Intune, security and PowerShell configuration and scripts, however that isn’t finalised until the day.
Recent testimonial – “I just wanted to say a big thank you to Robert for the Brisbane Techworks day. It is such a good format with each attendee asking what matters them and the whole interactive nature of the day. So much better than death by PowerPoint.” – Mike H.
The cost to attend is:
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To learn more about the benefits of the CIAOPS Patron program visitwww.ciaopspatron.com.
To register, simply email me – email@example.com and I’ll take care of everything from there.
The CIAOPS Techwerks events are run regularly in major Australian capital cities, so if you can’t make this one or you aren’t in Perth on that date, stay tuned for more details and announcements soon. If you are interested in signing up please contact me via emails (firstname.lastname@example.org) and I can let you know all the details as well as answer any questions you may have about the event.
I hope to see you there.
During April 2019, if you sign up to become a CIAOPS Patron, at any level, you will receive a heavily discounted version of the fabulous Office 365 for IT Pros book.
This books comes with perpetual updates, meaning that when the content is updated, you can download that update for free for the life of the publication. This is amazing value for a service that is continually changing. I highly recommend that everyone administrating Office 365 should have this publication and now if you sign up for the benefits of the CIAOPS Patron program you’ll be able to secure your copy for:
Bronze sign up = 50% discount
Silver sign up = 75% discount
Gold sign up = 85% discount
Gold Enterprise = 100% discount
Remember, this offer only applies for new signups to the CIAOPS Patron program in April 2019, so don’t delay because this offer will not be extended.
By default, you’ll see that most people on Linkedin have a Connect button like shown above. Now that is a great option, however unfortunately, I’m sure many people have connected with someone on Linkedin innocently and almost immediately you get spammed since they can now message you. Of course, you can remove them but there is a better way to reduce this happening.
What you do to change the default option from Connect to Follow is go into your Privacy settings, then select Blocking and hiding. At the bottom enable Make follow primary.
Now the default action will be Follow as seen above. Is Connect still there?
Yes, but you need go hunting for it, which means that most people trying to spam you probably won’t bother doing that.
Not foolproof I admit, but certainly a handy way to make it just that little bit harder to spam you!
One of things that I’m spending a lot of time here at the MVP Summit in Seattle doing is networking with other MVPs. One of the best tools to connect is via Linkedin. Here’s a really simple way to make that happen that I learned about today (and can share) using the Linkedin mobile app.
Fire up the Linkedin App on your mobile device. Here I’ll use iOS. To the right of the search bar you’ll notice four squares arranged together as shown above. Select this.
This should take you to a screen like shown above. Across the top you now have two options, Scan and My code. Scan allows you to use the camera on your device to scan someone else’s Linkedin QR code. My Code display your QR code that you can share with others.
Once you have scanned in the QR code using this method, that person’s Linkedin details will appear on your mobile device and you can connect. Easy eh?