SQL Server 2005 (Yukon) 2 day intensive workshops
Helping You Be a Part of the Next Generation For most organisations, data is gold, the corporate crown jewels.
However, organisations today are facing several unique data challenges: the proliferation of data and systems across their enterprise; the need to provide employees, customers, and partners with consistent access to that data; the desire to better equip information workers with meaningful information to drive informed decisions; and the mandate to control costs without sacrificing application availability, security, or reliability.
SQL Server 2005 (codename “Yukon”) is designed to help enterprises address these challenges. It is Microsoft's next-generation data management and analysis software that will deliver increased scalability, availability, and security to enterprise data and analytical applications while making them easier to create, deploy, and manage.
SQL Server 2005 is due to release latter this year, so now is the time to act to ensure your organisation is ready to take advantage of the massive set of new capabilities of this major and exciting release. So, make sure you have staff attending each of the three, 2-day intensive, hands-on technical workshops listed below.
The Microsoft Australia team would like to invite you to participate in one or all of our “Microsoft SQL Server 2005 Workshops”.
Attend these 3, 2 day intensive, hands on technical workshops and learn more about SQL Server 2005, Microsoft’s next-generation data management and analysis software that will deliver increased scalability, availability, and security to enterprise data and analytical applications while making them easier to create, deploy, and manage.
23-24 May [Sold Out]9-10 June [New!]22-23 August [New!]
Microsoft Events Registration: http://www.microsoft.com/australia/events/sql2005
Early Bird Registration: $500 per person, per workshop
Note: Early Bird registration closes on the 13th May 2005, after this date the cost will be $650 per person, per workshop.
Best regards,The Microsoft SQL Server Readiness Team