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Small grabs Microsoft MVP accolade for 10th year in a row

Small grabs Microsoft MVP accolade for 10th year in a row

The award recognises exceptional technical community leaders from around the world who voluntarily share their knowledge about Microsoft with others

For the 10th straight year, Wayne Small has been named as Microsoft Most Valuable Professional (MVP).

The award recognises exceptional technical community leaders from around the world who voluntarily share their knowledge about Microsoft with others.

According to Small there are only 47 IT professionals globally that hold this award in the small business server category. He is one of seven, and the only Australian, to hold this award for a decade.

Small recently joined StorageCraft as its general manager of technical services.

He has accumulated more than 30 years worth of experience in the IT industry and in 1997, he started up Sydney-based IT consulting firm, Correct Solutions.

Small has also presented at numerous events since 2000, including Tech-Ed Australia, Microsoft Partner events both in Australia and US, and SMBNation.

He has been involved in the SMB IT Pro community since 1998 and is the founder of it in Australia.


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