Saturday September 22nd 2012

Where:
Rasmussen College
4042 Park Oaks Blvd
Suite 100
Tampa, Florida 33610
Start TimeTrack 1 WindowsTrack 2 SQL ServerTrack 3 InfrastructureTrack 4 PowershellTrack 5 Bonus
9:00 AMKevin Weilbacher
First Look at Windows Server 2012 Essentials
Michael Wells
Intro to SQL Server for IT Professionals
Jeff Lucal
Exchange 2013 - Preview
Jason Hofferle
PowerShell for Beginners
Jamie Andrews
Saving time, money, and resources with Microsoft’s RemoteApp
10:10 AMBlain Barton
Windows Server 2012 and Hyper-V
Lisa Jackson-Neblett
SQL Server xVelocity Column Store Index
Charles Mims
What to do when System Center just isn't for you
Maximo Trinidad
Getting started with Windows 8 PowerShell 3.0
Michael Hinckley
SharePoint into the Organization
11:20 AMAdnan Cartwright
Build and manage a Server Core Infrastructure
TBDDarren Schoen
To BYOD, or not to BYOD...
Jeff Truman
Solving Everyday Problems with Windows Powershell
Alex Rogachevsky
Everything you always wanted to know about DNS, but were afraid to ask
12:30 PMLUNCH and Raffle
1:30 PMTimothy McAliley
The New Windows Server 2012 MCSA and MCSE Exams
Dmitri Korotkevitch
Database Backend - Between Ground and Clouds
Chad Schultz
Troubleshoot SharePoint&Office with Sysinternals
Stephanie Peters
Exchange Powerlifting with PowerShell
Jose Chinchilla
PowerPivot+Power View = Self Service BI Revolution
2:40 PMTravis Foschini
When Perfmon isn't enough-Benchmark?
Andy Warren
Basics of SQL Server Security
Jeff Wolach
Introduction to Next Generation Firewalls
Chad Miller
Storing PowerShell Output
Matthew Mitchell
Tuning Windows Virtual Machines in a VMware Environment
3:50 PMCal Langdon
Installing Windows Server 2012 via VHD
Arvin Meyer
Database Creation Process
Jeff Wolach
How to address BYOD using a Mobile Device Manager
John Wang
Introduction to Powershell Workflow
Blain Barton
Hyper-V Enhancements for Windows Server 2012
5:00 PMClosing Remarks and Xbox Raffle

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