Tuesday, November 6, 2012

MMS 2013 Content Survey

Don't be the person that says,"MMS wasn't exactly what I wanted, I wish they had more of XYZ."  Now here is your change.  Until Nov 26th you can influence what the conference will focus on and what will be highlighted.
The MMS 2013 Content Survey is Now Open

Planning for the Microsoft Management Summit (MMS 2013) is underway and we’d like to hear from you!

The success of MMS is based on aligning the conference to your training goals and objectives. By completing the MMS 2013 Content Survey, you have the opportunity to help shape the event’s approach and training content.

If you are considering attending MMS 2013, please take a few moments to complete the MMS 2013 Content Survey. Your answers will be kept confidential, and are used only as part of a statistical analysis to help allocate session and lab slots where they are most needed.

When the survey closes on Monday, November 26th, two entries will be randomly selected to receive a prize. If you would like to be entered into the drawing, simply enter your email address where indicated on the survey. Supplied email addresses will only be used for winner notification and will not be stored or used in any other way.

Thanks in advance for helping us make MMS 2013 your IT event of the year!
The MMS 2013 Event Team

Monday, November 5, 2012

Microsoft System Center 2012 Endpoint Protection Cookbook

Are you working towards implementing Configuraiton Manager 2012 and Endpoint Protection 2012?  Now there is nice simple cookbook to step you through the process of setting it up and configuring it. 

Microsoft System Center 2012 Endpoint Protection Cookbook

By Andrew Plue and PACKT Publishing. 

Andrew Plue is a Senior Consultant in the Secure Infrastructure Management group at Certified Security Solutions (CSS). He is veteran of the United States Army, and served as a paratrooper with the 1/508th Airborne Combat Team. He has 18 years of experience in information security, with a focus on vulnerability detection, and corporate anti-virus solutions. During his tenure at CSS, he has acted as a lead engineer on numerous deployments of the Forefront Suite of anti-malware products, with production deployments of Forefront Client Security as large as 140,000 seats. He has spoken at the Microsoft Worldwide Partner Conference on the topic of Forefront Client Security. In his spare time, he does not do all that much, to be honest.