Nicholas Dille discovered his passion for it at the age of eight when his parents bought the first computer initially intended for his dad. After enduring DOS and GEM for some time, he developed an ever growing interest in the internals and the inner workings of computers and servers. All of this made him realize that the studies of Computer Science at the University of Bonn focusing on computer networks would be the next logical step.

Since 2002, Nicholas concerns himself in centralization, Server-Based Computing and thin clients and has been working as an IT architect since 2004 – currently for Makro Factory and for sepago before that. He focusses on all layers of virtualization as well as SBC, VDI, Cloud Computing and capacity management for such environments. Nicholas has supported many international enterprises in developing an IT strategy and creating technical designs.

In this community blog, Nicholas publishes articles about SBC and related topics since 2007. He can be met at many community events where he likes to present on technical topics. Since 2010, Microsoft has honored Nicholas with the Most Valuable Professional (MVP) award for Remote Desktop Services (RDS) in every year. In 2013 and 2014, Nicholas has published two books about Hyper-V and System Center in Windows Server 2012 and in Windows Server 2012 R2 with Galileo Press.

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