Well it's over. In the bag. Kaput. Tech-Ed 2007 is finally finished. To be honest, I'm actually pleasantly surprised that so many of you stuck around for the last day. Considering that my session went up against Mark Russinovich's session, I'm glad we got the turn out that we did. Great testament to the importance of this session.
I especially want to thank those of you who provided insight and feedback into the world of Small Business security during my session. It was you that made this a truly worthwhile session. So here's the summary of today's event:
Microsoft's Definition of a Small Business:
Challenges Facing Small Businesses:
So the question is, what do we need to do to fix the problem? How do we get past the small IT staff/lack of funds/perception/risk intolerant network issues? Here's how:
By the way, for those of you who did stick around, I want to apologize for the Friday lunch fiasco, where the Orange County Convention Center didn't have enough food and people had to wait to get a burger. You guys paid good money to be here and I wanted to tell you that the issue has been noticed and hopefully resolved. Please be sure to put this on your evals so we don't have it happen next year!
Travel safe everyone! Thanks for your spending your valuable time (and money) with Microsoft this week.