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System Center-related Events, Videos, Interviews & More from the Expo Hall in Barcelona

Find here collected System Center-related info, news, and more from IT Forum in Barcelona, Spain (November 12-16, 2007). See also the Virtual Tech-Ed site and the TechEd Europe IT Forum News & Happenings page.

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Latest Video from the Event

Day 4: Thursday, Nov. 15, 2007

  • Video: System Center Data Protection Manager
    Jason Buffington, Senior Technical Product Manager, talks about protection & recovery of data across Microsoft SQL Server, Exchange and SharePoint technologies via Microsoft System Center Data Protection Manager.

  • Video: System Center Mobile Device Manager
    Jason Langridge, Enterprise Mobility Solutions Specialist, is hosting a number of sessions on Windows Mobile 6, Exchange and OCS – but the hot topic is System Center Mobile Device Manager, part of the System Center product set that allows you to manage Windows Mobile Devices as a first class citizen in the infrastructure.

Day 3: Wednesday, Nov. 14, 2007

  • Video: The Promise of Virtualization
    David Greschler, Director, Integrated Virtualization Strategy, discusses Microsoft’s strategy with virtualization and what the future holds.

  • Video: The Microsoft and Intel Partnership
    David Roger, Professional Platform Manager, Intel Corporation, discusses the Intel vPro and Centrino Pro technologies and how these solutions integrate with Microsoft System Centre. Mats Hermanson, Microsoft Alliance Manager, shares Intel’s plans in the server market, with the new 45nm Xeon processors as well as Itanium.

Day 2: Tuesday, Nov. 13, 2007

  • Video: More System Center Announcements
    Eric Berg, Director of System Center Product Management, discusses the availability of three new products in the Microsoft System Center family of systems management solutions intended to provide customers with the solutions they need to build more dynamic IT systems.

Day 1: Monday, Nov. 12, 2007

  • Video: Microsoft's Virtualization Strategy
    Larry Orecklin, General Manager, System Center & Virtualization, discusses Microsoft’s virtualization strategy and how it will have a huge impact on customers’ environments. Larry explores the three key areas - operating system virtualization; server virtualization, and management solutions – and what customers should be thinking of today to get their infrastructure virtualized.

  • Video: Microsoft Application Virtualization
    Winni Verhoef, Senior Product Manager, Windows Vista MDOP, makes a key announcement about Microsoft Application Virtualization. Formerly known as SoftGrid, this includes new capabilities designed to help IT support large-scale virtualization implementations; globalization; Dynamic Suite Composition and Trustworthy Computing.

  • Video: Microsoft System Center Mobile Device Manager
    Joel Frauenheim and Martin Booth, program managers, discuss this recently new announced product and why managing devices in the enterprise is such a hot topic.

  • Video: System Center Technology Announcements
    Brad Anderson, General Manager, Management & Solutions Divisions, discusses the key announcements that are being made during the keynote today at TechEd IT Forum.


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Press Coverage


Video: Microsoft System Center Announcements

Eric Berg discusses the availability of three new products in the Microsoft System Center family of systems management solutions intended to provide customers with the solutions they need to build more dynamic IT systems.


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Video: Microsoft System Center: Customer Testimonials

Hear what IT managers from Continental Airlines and the Danish Foreign Ministry have to say about the benefits of System Center.


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  • Hello. My name is Paul Ross and I’m a Senior Product Marketing Manager in the System Center team. I recently

  • back to Redmond late yesterday from Reno where I was attending Supercomputing 2007 conference. I suspect SC07 will be best remembered for the power outage that hit the convention center and most of downtown Reno, and Ashlee's stellar headline. While I

  • This week’s IT Forum in Barcelona clearly produced a great deal of interest in the new System Center