Friday Five: Microsoft Kaizala, Ignite 2018, and More!
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First published on MSDN on Dec 28, 2018


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Mohamed El-Qassas is a Microsoft MVP, SharePoint StackExchange Moderator, C# Corner MVP, TechNet Wiki Ninja, Blogger, and Senior Technical Consultant with +10 years of experience in SharePoint and Project Server. Check out his blog here .

Microsoft Kaizala
John Naguib is an Office Servers and Services MVP. He's also a Solution Architect and Senior Consultant, with a deep knowledge of SharePoint. In addition, he has a strong .net application development background and is knowledgable in Office 365, Azure and several Microsoft products. John is a recognized expert within the IT industry, as he's published several gold award articles on Microsoft TechNet blogs and spoken at several events. He is based in Egypt. Follow him on Twitter @johnnaguib .

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Asma Khalid is a Technical Evangelist, Technical Writer and Fanatic Explorer. She enjoys doodling with technologies, writing stories and sharing her knowledge with the community. Her core domain is Software Engineering, but she’s also experienced in Product Management, Product Monitoring, Product Implementation, Product Execution and Product Coordination. She is the 1st female from Pakistan to receive Microsoft Most Valuable Professional (MVP) recognition and the 1st female from Pakistan to receive C-sharp corner online developer community Most Valuable Professional (MVP) recognition. She has 6+ years of experience as IT professional, freelancer & entrepreneur. She is currently working on her entrepreneur venture, AsmaKart . Follow her on Twitter @asmak .
Make Windows Admin Center High available running on a Windows Server 2019 Cluster

Robert Smit is a EMEA Cloud Solution Architect at and is a current Microsoft MVP Cloud and Datacenter as of 2009. Robert has over 20 years experience in IT with experience in the educational, health-care and finance industries. His past IT experience in the trenches of IT gives him the knowledge and insight that allows him to communicate effectively with IT professionals. Follow him on Twitter @Clustermvp .

Ignite 2018 update - consistent labels
Albert Hoitingh lives in The Hague (The Netherlands) and works as an Office 365 solutions architect for Motion10. Albert’s core interest is everything to do with information management, (Azure) information protection, governance and security. Albert loves to enthusiast people by blogging and speaking in The Netherlands and beyond. Albert won the MVP award on Enterprise Mobility in April 2018. Follow Albert on Twitter @alberthoitingh or his blog.

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