Movies Games and Tech (MGT) was created back in the distant past of 2007 and focused primarily on Windows Home Server. Since then, it has grown to include games and gaming, movies, Windows Home Server, Windows Media Center, Apple products, toys, gadgets and basically anything in-between.
MGT actually started life as Using Windows Home Server (UWHS) but grew to be a lot more than Windows Home Server, so we changed the name to Connected Digital World (CDW) and now we are Movies Games and Tech (MGT).
We are always on the look out for new writers, articles, ideas, etc. for MGT, so if you are interested in joining the team, want us to cover something, or just want to say hi, drop us an email by clicking on the Contact Us link on the top of any page.
MGT often receive products (including games, electronics and toys) for review purposes that do not need to be returned, this is no way affects the review process or any score given in the review.
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Who Are the MGT Team?
ANDREW EDNEY has been an IT professional for more than 25 years and has over the course of his career worked for a range of high-tech companies, such as Microsoft, Hewlett-Packard, and Fujitsu Services. He has a wide range of experience in virtually all aspects of Microsoft’s computing solutions, having designed and architected large enterprise solutions for government and private-sector customers.
Over the years, Andrew has made a number of guest appearances at major industry events, presenting on a wide range of information systems subjects, such as an appearance at the annual Microsoft Exchange Conference in Nice where he addressed the Microsoft technical community on mobility computing. Andrew is currently involved in numerous Microsoft beta programs, including next-generation Windows operating systems and next-generation Microsoft Office products, and he actively participates in all Windows Media Center beta programs and was, and still is heavily involved in the Windows Home Server beta program.
Andrew is honoured to be a Microsoft MVP for the 13th year running – for 6 years it was for Windows Home Server, and now it is for Xbox.
Andrew is also a member of BAFTA.
Andrew also has a number of qualifications, including an MSc in Network Technologies and Management, he is an MCSE and has numerous MCPs, he is also a Certified Information Systems Security Professional (CISSP) and a Certified Ethical Hacker. He is also honoured to be a Fellow of the British Computer Society.
In addition, Andrew has written a number of books on topics such as Windows Home Server, Windows Media Center, Live Communications Server, PowerPoint 2007, networks, Windows Vista, Windows 7 and the Xbox 360. These include The Windows Home Server User’s Guide (Apress, 2007), Pro LCS: Live Communications Server Administration (Apress, 2007), Getting More from Your Microsoft Xbox 360 (Bernard Babani, 2006), How to Set Up Your Home or Small Business Network (Bernard Babani, 2006), Using Microsoft Windows XP Media Center 2005 (Bernard Babani, 2006), Windows Vista: An Ultimate Guide (Bernard Babani, 2007), PowerPoint 2007 in Easy Steps (Computer Step, 2007), Windows Vista Media Center in Easy Steps (Computer Step, 2007), Using Ubuntu Linux (Bernard Babani, 2007), PowerPoint 2010 in Easy Steps (Computer Step, 2010), NetBooks in Easy Steps (Computer Step, 2010), Windows 7 Tweaks, Tips and Tricks (Bernard Babani, 2009), An Introduction to the MacBook (Bernard Babani, 2011), An Introduction to the iPad 2 (Bernard Babani, 2011),Working with Windows Small Business Server 2011 Essentials (MS Press 2011), An Introduction to Mac OS X Lion (Bernard Babani, 2011)An Introduction to the New iPad (Bernard Babani, 2012), An Introduction to Mac OS X Mountain Lion (Bernard Babani, 2012), An Introduction to iOS 7 on the iPad Mini (Bernard Babani, 2013), An Introduction to the iPad with iOS 8 (Bernard Babani, 2014) and An Introduction to the iPad with iOS 9 (Bernard Babani, 2015).
Andrew also written for the The Huffington Post and gaming content for FHM.