Next week there will be two interesting TechNet WebCasts about System Center. Live participation features interactive technical presentations and the ability to participate in real-time question-and-answer sessions.
- Software Distribution with System Center Configuration Manager
Thursday, December 13, 2007 11:30 AM Pacific Time (What time is this in my region?)
- Optimizing Desktop Management with System Center Configuration Manager and Microsoft SoftGrid Application Virtualization
Tuesday, January 15, 2008 1:00 PM Pacific Time (What time is this in my region?)
If you missed out some of the latest webcasts you can view them via the links below :
- Microsoft System Center for Server Infrastructure Optimization
The Microsoft System Center family of products enables IT managers to deploy and manage servers quickly and easily to reduce total cost of ownership (TCO), improve service levels, and increase organizational agility. In this webcast, Microsoft discusses how they are addressing your management needs to optimize server infrastructure.
- Optimizing Your Remote and Branch Office Infrastructure with Microsoft System Center
Organizations are increasingly adapting their remote and branch office IT infrastructure with the same focus on reducing costs, ensuring security and compliance, and the business need to be more agile. In this webcast, Microsoft discusses how Microsoft System Center supports customers’ efforts to meet the unique challenges of accomplishing these tasks at the very frontline of your organization.
- System Center Data Protection Manager 2007 Overview
Download this webcast to be among the first to see the new features in System Center Data Protection Manager 2007, including protection of virtual servers, Microsoft SharePoint Products and Technologies, and Windows desktops, along with disaster recovery capabilities.
- Software Update Management with System Center Configuration Manager
In this session, Microsoft highlights and demonstrate key software update management improvements, including: deep integration with Windows Server Update Services; using a policy-based infrastructure to deploy software updates; better performance on clients; managing non-Microsoft software updates with the System Center Update Publisher tool; and simplifying the administrative experience of managing updates.