Thursday, March 22, 2012

Third Tier Brings "Brain Explosion" to New Orleans!

Does your brain itch for information on IPv6, Active Directory, Exchange Compliance, and Managing Data Encryption?
Of course it does!

Well, Third Tier has the answer for you: Brain Explosion 2012 - a Preday Event for the IT Pro Conference hosted by SBSMigration.

The big Brain Explosion in New Orleans takes place June 7th. You and can save 50% by registering this week. The details on how to register are at: http://www.thirdtier.net/2012/03/brain-explosion-50-discount-and-content-revealed/.

Hey - It's already a GREAT price at $120. But if you can register now for only $60, that gives you more money to spend on gifts from Bourbon Street!

Here's the note I got from my friend Amy B:

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Brain Explosion 2012 content revealed! 50% off registration until March 25th too.
http://www.thirdtier.net/2012/03/brain-explosion-50-discount-and-content-revealed/

Third Tier staff are known for the depth of knowledge they bring to your business. At Brain Explosion 2012 they’ve developed some very practical sessions that will leave you empowered to deploy.

IPv6 Right Now Presented by Cliff Galiher
In this session, we will cut through the theory and dig in to how IPv6 impacts today’s business networks. Cliff will give you practical tools to understand IPv6, deploy and transition your network, and support an IPv6 infrastructure including DNS, DHCP, and coexisting with IPv4. This session will leave with a better understanding and a few “next steps” to help bring your networks forward with this exciting advancement in technology.

Active Directory Management Presented by Brian Higgins
Active Directory is a complex and powerful system, and combined with the power and complexity of Group Policy it can be downright difficult to manage sometimes. Proper setup and configuration upfront can make management and troubleshooting of complex system like Active Directory (almost) simple. We will start this session by exploring some of the common topology mistakes when setting up Active Directory, and how proper topology layouts can make managing Group Policy much easier. Next we will dive deeper into some strategies behind planning your Group Policy deployments, and discuss some performance considerations when you create new policies. Finally you’ll learn how to create your own custom schema extensions to store custom information in Active Directory. I’ll show you how to use that schema extension knowledge to effortlessly, and automatically deploy and manage network printers to users in a completely new way.

Exchange 2010 Compliance and Archiving Presented by David Shackelford
Few small and midsized businesses that have clients in the medical, financial and legal professions are actually prepared to provide data to the courts in the event of a lawsuit or investigation. Those who have some measures in place still find e-discovery to be a very tedious process. In this session we’ll look at ways the Exchange 2010 feature set has made storing and retrieving archived emails easier and will also discuss some third-party solutions that have made compliance processes even easier.

Managing Data Encryption Presented by Jeremy Anderson
Jeremy Brings forth the Encryption as he discusses BitLocker. Addressing the physical security of your network, including laptops and tablets Jeremy will discuss Bitlocker and how to Implement and deploy it in your Active Directory Domain. How to back up the recovery keys into AD DS using the BitLocker Active Directory Recovery Password Viewer tool, and how to recover data from a drive will be discussed and demonstrated. New features, including Network Unlock and Partial Drive Encryption that is available in Windows Server 8 and Windows 8 will be discussed. Learn how easy full disk encryption is to deploy and use in your networks, and the security that it brings to your clients knowing that if they have a device lost or stolen, that the data is secure from theft.

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WHAT?

All that for $120 . . . I mean $60 ???

You gotta be there.

Register today and I'll see you in New Orleans!

:-)

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