John Howard - Senior Program Manager in the Hyper-V team at Microsoft

Senior Program Manager, Hyper-V team, Windows Core Operating System Division.

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IT Forum 2005 - Barcelona

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The Microsoft IT Forum 2005 web-site is now live to take registrations. The agenda is being formulated now and will be going live in the next few weeks. This is a major event for IT Professionals in Europe (or even further in many cases) with many high-profile speakers, plus an optional full day of in-depth pre-conference on Monday 14th November. Many more details to follow soon, but there will be (approx) 175 breakout sessions, 125 chalk and talk sessions, several panel discussions plus, of course, loads of hands on or instructor led labs. For now, here's the structure of the core tracks:

  • Microsoft Business Solutions
  • Messaging & Mobility
  • Data Management
  • Management & Operations
  • Connected Systems Infrastructure
  • Identity & Access Management
  • Office System
  • Windows Client
  • Security
  • Core Infrastructure

I'm the "track owner" for the Core Infrastructure track and am now putting together a great set of sessions for that track.

So now your part.... If you plan on attending and have a "must see" session under Core Infrastructure (eg Windows Server 2003, R2, Virtual Server, Longhorn Server, Storage etc), let me know pronto - most of the decisions will be made in the next 10 days! Click the banner to find out more information, including registration information and early-bird discounts. I look forward to seeing you there!

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  • <br>John Howard is the track owner for core infrastructure - he's been really busy lining up lots of interesting...

  • Hej p&amp;#229; er, <br>Ville bara tipsa om att IT Forum 200 har &amp;#246;ppnat portarna f&amp;#246;r hugande registranter (finns...

  • Hej p&amp;#229; er, <br>Ville bara tipsa om att IT Forum 2005 har &amp;#246;ppnat portarna f&amp;#246;r hugande registranter (finns...

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