Serving a wide and diverse group of clients, including Contra Costa Cardiology,
EIS Group, Wallace Properties and the Peace Corps.
focused on SBS. The 2003 annual conference was held in Indianapolis, Indiana
with approximately 100 members attending. This year the annual conference was
held in Seattle and had over 250 attendees. Harryfs one-day SMB Nation
Summits are held world-wide, including in Australia, New Zealand, India, Asia,
the Caribbean region, the United Kingdom, the US and Canada.
Authoring numerous books and countless articles on SBS, including the
Microsoft Press Small Business Server 2000 Resource Kit.
Serving as editor and publisher of a free monthly SBS newsletter titled Small
Business Best Practices.
Serving the Microsoft SBS development team as a vendor, participating in setup
videos, and acting as a subject matter expert for Course 2301a and the advanced
SBS 2000 computer-based training (CBT) module.
Training participants at the SBS hands-on labs during the fall 2002 and fall 2003
Delivering speeches frequently on SBS at numerous venues, including Puerto
Rico Direct Access event (Spring 2001), the Gateway/Intel/Microsoft Solutions
Tour at ITEC (Fall 2001), and MCP Magazine TechMentor and SuperConference
(Chicago 2001). Harry works from his home office on Bainbridge Island, Washington. He is married to Kristen and has two sons, Geoffrey and Harry, Jr. The Brelsford family also includes 3 springer spaniels. Harry received his BSBA and MBA from the University of Denver. He also holds numerous industry certifications: MCSE, MCT, CNE-retired, CLSE, CNP. He is the author of eleven books on technology topics. Harry is a rum connoisseur and has a collection of rum from all over the world. His favorite drink: a rum and coke, of course! --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.
I'll take one star off for somewhat careless editing that includes a few typos and some slightly misleading information, but this is a great book for what it is. Read morePublished on Sept. 10 2004 by Greg Glatz
I was new to SBS 2000 and I though this book was going to be great. If you are looking for anything technical on SBS 2000, forget this book. Read morePublished on Feb. 18 2004 by Misi
If you need this book you are probably in the wrong business. I was expecting something more in debth. Read morePublished on July 28 2003 by "evild_"
I really enjoyed this book. I'm well versed on Windows 2000, but haven't had much exposure to SBS. I really enjoyed the writing style and learned a few tips and tricks along the... Read morePublished on July 3 2003 by Tom Shinder
I bought all the MCSE books so I could learn how to setup Microsoft 2000 and SBS servers for our company and I couldn't figure much out. Read morePublished on March 18 2003 by L. Rogers
Rarely does one run across a book that allows one start out knowing absolutely nothing about a specific product but in the end leaves you feeling quite comfortable and even... Read morePublished on Feb. 13 2003 by Ed Correia
I keep this book handy at all times. It has helped me immensely with my quest for answers to install and setup a Small Business Server. Read morePublished on Jan. 29 2003 by Martin Ross
Being knowledgeable about Server 2000 I thought SBS would be a breeze. Well there are poignant, as well as subtle differences of which you should be aware. Read morePublished on Jan. 28 2003 by A. J. Vasaris
This book should have been titled "Small Business Server 2000 for Dummies" It is a good for for a novice business owner or manager to do the most basic setups of SBS... Read morePublished on Jan. 14 2003 by Amazon Customer