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TechEd 2010 Australia Planning has begun!

TechEd 2010 Australia Planning has begun!

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To me it seems like we just finished TechEd 2009!  We still have some of the Netbooks hanging around so the memory is fresh.  But like everything in life things have to move on.  So we are beginning our planning already for TechEd 2010 and as usual we want to get feedback from the community about what you would like to see at this year’s event.

I’m most likely going to be running the Windows Server track again to I would like to hear what you want to see in this track.  This is a very early shout out for content.  I don’t have any idea about what content we are going to do or how many sessions we are going to have but to get you started check out the Windows Server Track at TechEd North America!

Deeps has setup a TechNet forum where you can post your ideas.

So get your ideas in and let us know what you want to see!

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  • I wonder if there would be any interest in configuring Windows Server and associated products in a small business scenario. Often it's not feasible to have multiple physical servers, and SBS might be a little limiting for some environments. Perhaps in conjunction with Hyper-V.

  • nice that its started.. however why is it in brisvegas 2 years in a row.. shouldnt it be in sydney this year?  that means i miss out agian?

  • It's actually on the Gold Coast for the 2nd year in a row.  We negotiated a 2 year deal with the Gold Coast Convention Centre which is why it's there again.

  • Anything to do with anything at Teched needs to have a cloud/services based angle. Just my 2c

  • One of the things I would love to see is a really in depth look at Directaccess.  

    Everything from the architecture, the security aspects, the server aspects and configuration of the clients, also in configuration the implications for the client and server over the various entry channels to the server.

    It's kinda funny that Directaccess has sorta slipped under the radar a bit but will play a big role in the future as organisations move to a more eco friendly existance.

    I would be interested to see your comments

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