We all know that threats change and criminals evolved (and will still evolve) new ways of stealing money and valuable data. Therefore trust in the Internet continues to come under attack. It is kind of the classic tale of good versus evil – just this time the future of the Internet and business infrastructure are at stake. From my point of view, the industry is faced with a challenge- - either secure the Internet and gain user’s trust, or lose control to the bad guys and see the value of one of man’s greatest inventions dwindle.
This presentation which will give you insight into next generation security and Trustworthy Computing’s vision for creating an Internet and Infrastructure Platform we can trust – from end to end!
Video: End-to-End Trust: The Internet - a safer place to work, play, learn, do business
The product team just announced that SCVMM 2008 R2 is publicly released.
Have a look at my previous post to know what changes in SCVMM 2008 R2
You can download SCVMM 2008 R2 from connect.microsoft.com
Infrastructure Planning and Design Guides—Release Announcement SharePoint Online—Evaluating Software-plus-Services The Infrastructure Planning and Design team has released a new guide: SharePoint Online—Evaluating Software-plus-Services. Considering an online solution for your organization’s collaboration services? The SharePoint Online—Evaluating Software-plus-Services guide presents a clear comparison of SharePoint collaboration technologies across on-premises, standard hosting, and dedicated hosting scenarios. It is designed to be used as a framework for evaluating the business and technical feasibility of moving to Microsoft SharePoint Online. It identifies key SharePoint workloads, and provides a customized assessment to help the organization determine which offering best meets the organization’s requirements. Download the guide by visiting http://www.microsoft.com/ipd and selecting “SharePoint Online–Evaluating Software-plus-Services” under the IPD One-click Downloads, listed on the bottom right of the page.
Springboard Series Virtual Roundtable
Windows 7 Application Compatibility: Your Questions Answered (Part 1)
Date: Thursday, June 18
Time: 11:00am Pacific Time
Windows 7, is approaching fast and from the application standpoint is very similar to Windows Vista. We’re going to examine Windows 7 application compatibility not only from the perspective of moving from Windows Vista, but also for those coming from Windows XP. Join us to discuss the most common challenges around application compatibility when coming from a legacy operating system, why changes were made along the way, compatibility technologies inside the OS and methods for getting incompatible applications to run on Windows 7. Along the way we share tips and tricks, demonstrate free tools to analyze and fix applications and answer your specific questions about application compatibility live.
As part of the “virtual” experience, you may submit your questions about Windows 7 Application Compatibility to the panel live during the event—or submit questions in advance to email@example.com.
Springboard Series: The resource for Windows desktop IT professionals
Automating windows7 and windows 2008 R2 deployment
During this event we will focus on the different ways you can automatically and easily deploy windows7 and windows 2008 R2 in your environments.
Speaker: Manu Verzelen
Date and time: Thursday 16 Juli 2009 start at 19u00 – 21u30
Location: Not available yet
Focus: During this event we will focus on the theory on automating deployment of windows7 and windows 2008 R2 in your network.
Full day talk
Date and time: Saturday 25 Juli start at 10u00 – 17u30
Location: Spes Nostra - Koning Albertstraat 50 - 8520 Kuurne
Entry: 15€ for drinks and lunch
Focus: During this event we will focus on hands on practice lab around automating deployment of windows7 and windows 2008 R2 in your network.
you can register for these event by sending an email to firstname.lastname@example.org, include what events you will attend, seats are limited so register ASAP! (*) Please note that both events are complementary, meaning you can follow one or both events individually and learn great new things each time.