.NET Valley Live!
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Location: At The University of Scranton
Wednesday, September 19, 2007 5:30 PM - 8:30 PM
This event will begin at 5:30pm in the Hyland Hall Room 102. Parking is available along Jefferson and Linden Streets. In addition, there is a parking garage up the road. Be sure to register for each session in this event by clicking the register button under each presenter's picture. The agenda is as follows below:
Pizza, Soda, and Social Gathering
IT Professional Talk
Raffle and Closing
Session 1 : 6:00 PM
Optimizing your IT Infrastructure with Microsoft Forefront and Microsoft System Center
Presented By: Michael J. Murphy
Tags: Microsoft Forefront | Microsoft System CenterSession Length: 60 minutesSession Summary: IT infrastructure should be an organization’s greatest strategic asset and business enabler. In this session, we’ll discuss the technologies that will help you advance from a costly and inefficient IT environment to an IT infrastructure that is secure, well managed, and highly efficient. Security and management are integral parts of the core infrastructure of every business, so we’ll also discuss how to use Microsoft technologies, including Forefront™ Security and System Center solutions, to help IT managers achieve these benefits and much more.At the end of the session, we’ll introduce Essentials 2007 – a new management solution in the System Center family of IT systems management products specifically designed for midsized businesses. Essentials 2007 provides a unified management solution that enables IT professionals in midsize organizations to proactively manage their IT environment with greater confidence and efficiency.
Session 1 : 7:30 PM
Next Generation Networking with Windows Server 2008 and Windows Vista
Tags: IPv6 | Networking | Windows Server 2008Session Length: 60 minutesSession Summary: Get the inside track on the next generation of networking features in Microsoft Windows Server 2008 and Windows Vista. In this dynamic session, you’ll see how to prepare for the enhanced performance, scalability, and manageability features coming in the next releases of Windows. We’ll also cover Receive Window Auto-Tuning, TCP Chimney protocol stack offload, IP security (IPsec), policy-based Quality of Service (QoS), and full support for Internet Protocol version 6 (IPv6) in Windows Vista and Windows Server 2008. Join us and discover how these new networking innovations can deliver a more fully connected experience, lower operational costs, and provide faster, more reliable Windows networking.