Tracking the tracks at Tech Ed New Zealand


Microsoft Tech Ed New Zealand 2008: Client and Management track contents

, posted: 17-Jul-2008 13:00

Darryl has posted another update on the tracks, this time the Client and Management track, which now looks like this:

Title

Speaker

Extending OS Deployment with the Microsoft Deployment Toolkit Michael Niehaus
MDOP: Microsoft Enterprise Desktop Virtualization, formerly from Kidaro Eric Borst
MDOP: Application Virtualization Features Sean Donahue
Technical Introduction to Microsoft System Center Data Protection Manager Jason Buffington
Cross-Platform Monitoring with Microsoft Systems Center Operations Manager 2007 Ran Mayron
Application Virtualization Management: the Enterprise of the Future Using Microsoft System Center Configuration Manager 2007 R2 and Microsoft SoftGrid Sean Donahue
System Center Mobile Device Manager 2008 Overview Garry Gross
Microsoft System Center Virtual Machine Manager: Next Version Overview (Part 1 of 2) Deannah Templeton; Stu Fox
Windows Vista - what does it enable? Service Pack 1 Update and Improvements! Adam Hall; Darryl Munro
Microsoft System Center Virtual Machine Manager: Next Version Advanced Features (Part 2 of 2) Deannah Templeton; Stu Fox

There's a mobile session in there, but just wait - there's a full mobility track for this year's Microsoft Tech Ed New Zealand coming up soon, I am told.






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