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Infrastructure Saturday is an event for Brisbane based IT Professional that work with Microsoft Server products. This event is an educational, informative & lively day filled with sessions from Microsoft staff, IT Professionals including many Microsoft MVPs covering a wide variety of Microsoft  orientated topics. This years event will have a strong focus on Windows 8.1, Windows Server 2012 R2 along with all the other new products released from Microsoft.

 

Infrastructure Saturday is FREE, open to the public and is your local chance to immerse yourself in Microsoft Infrastructure! It will be on Saturday December 7th at the Microsoft Brisbane offices in the Brisbane CBD.

Registration is essential so that we can provide accurate numbers for catering so please click the registration link, places are limited and will go fast!

 Registration Link http://www.eventbrite.com.au/custombutton?eid=6938359821

Sessions :                                                                                                                     Speakers :

Windows 2012R2 Hyper-V new features                                                                      Alessandro Cardoso – Insight

Running Windows Intune as a Hosted Service for Multi-Tenant Environments         Harris Schneiderman – Kloud Solutions

Hybrid Exchange migration to Office 365                                                                     Aaron Whittaker – Readify

Achieving Enterprise User Mobility                                                                               Kieran Jacobsen -HP Enterprise Services

Simplify Windows File System Security with Dynamic Access Control                        Gil Kirkpatrick G – ViewDS Identity

Windows Azure + PowerShell…. a perfect partnership                                                 Matt Lavery – Microsoft

Windows Server 2012 R2 Storage Overview                                                                  Jeff Alexander – Microsoft

How to run a Small Business on Server 2012 R2, InTune and Office 365                     Brendon Davis -EtherWorks

Working with Work Folders                                                                                              Alan Burchill – Avanade Australia

Secure Office 365 Access with ADFS and Multi Factor Authentication                           Brendan Carius – Kloud

Unified Device Management with SCCM 2012 R2 and Windows InTune                         James Bannan – Dilignet

What’s New in SCCM 2012 R2                                                                                           James Bannan – Dilignet

Online vs OnPrem, Lync on your own terms!                                                                   Shane Hoey – Technology Effect

Hekaton – The Turbocharged Engine in SQL Server 2014                                               Heidi Wilson

3 Keys to Data Protection in the virtual environment with Veeam                                 Bean Adamson

Windows 8.1 Security                                                                                                        Erdal Ozkaya - KEMP Technologies

My Session Details :

Windows 8 offers a huge leap forward when it comes to security capability and took three years to get there, so what type of security improvements can you expect to see in a one-year project like Blue? You’ll be surprised! Come join us to learn about the improvements that Blue will offer in domains such as Malware Resistance, Data protection, and Access Control.

 

 

 

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