What is a Lazy Admin?
“Being a lazy admin means following best practices and using the tools available to be proactive about maintenance. SMS 2003, MOM 2005, WSUS and the slew of Microsoft best practices analyzers can help by automating updates and application deployments as well as monitoring servers and services. This enables you to find and fix small problems before they pile up into larger issues. Proper planning, implementation and proactive maintenance will maximize system availability and minimize the occurrence of issues, allowing you to put your feet up on the desk, relax, and be a lazy admin “
–Rodney Buike Founder and the original Lazy Admin.
The Lazy Admin started helping IT pros around the world in 2004. Rodney Buike was and remains the original Lazy Admin. During his tenure creating content for the site he was awarded the Microsoft MVP on Windows Server: Directory Services.
In 2006 Rodney became a full time employee with Microsoft. To preserve the independence of The Lazy Admin he enlisted IT pro Daniel Nerenberg take over the day to day management and operations of the website.
In late 2010 Rodney left Microsoft to pursue other opportunities and continue working on Thelazyadmin.com.
About the LazyAdmins:
Rodney Buike: The “Original” LazyAdmin and website founder. Rodney is an MCSE, MCITP:EA and MCT and Senior Infrastructure Consultant at a Toronto based Microsoft Platinum Partner.
Daniel Nerenberg: The “New” LazyAdmin, while never being able to replace the original, Daniel is a Microsoft Certified Trainer, MCSE, MCSA, MCTS, and was awarded the Microsoft MVP award in 2007 under Windows Server Customer Experience.He is also an independant consultant based in Montreal, In his spare time he enjoys sleeping.
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