Brien Posey, Author & Microsoft MVP award winner; Karen Bannan, Contributing Editor, InformationWeek
Thursday, October 17, 2013
2:00 p.m. ET / 11:00 a.m. PT
End-of-life is coming for Windows Server 2003; Microsoft will end extended support on July 14, 2015. Many organizations are waiting until the last possible moment to upgrade, but a smarter strategy is to start planning for migration now. Those who do will reap the benefits of an operating system designed for the age of Facebook, touch screens, cloud computing and other developments that didn’t exist when Windows Server 2003 was introduced.
Join us for an in-depth look at how your organization can use Windows Server 2012 to achieve business goals.
- Why BYOD strategies are easier to implement with Windows Server 2012
- How enhancements improve security as well as access and identity management
- Key features that make it possible to reduce the number of man hours spent on management
- How Windows Server 2012 propels virtualization strategies forward
- Why IT is looking to the server to simplify application development for the cloud
- Best practices for planning your migration
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Brien Posey, author, Microsoft MVP award winner
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Brien Posey is a freelance technology writer and an eleven time Microsoft MVP. Before going freelance, Brien was a CIO for a national chain of hospitals and healthcare facilities. He has also served as a network engineer for the United States Department of Defense at Fort Knox. Brien has also worked as a network administrator for some of the country’s largest insurance companies.
Karen Bannan, Contributing Editor, InformationWeek
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Karen is a veteran business writer and editor with a wide range of publishing experience. Her work has appeared in Forbes, The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, MyBusiness Magazine, Government Computer News, Workforce Management, CFO, AdWeek, Crain’s New York, Time, and Crain’s BtoB. Karen, who has a M.A. in Magazine Journalism from New York University, has also written for virtually every woman’s magazine including Woman’s Day, Family Circle, Ladies’ Home Journal, Parents, Health, Fitness, and Shape. Her technology credits include five years on staff at Computer Retail Week, PC Magazine, eWeek, and Inter@ctiveWeek as well as countless other technology publications. Her beats include hardware, software, security, business process automation, social media, cloud and mobile computing, marketing, and the retail channel. Her technology work focuses on both the public and private sectors, and she has an extensive contact list of high profile C-level sources.
Karen’s editing experience includes a Forbes custom publication, a Rodale Custom publication for a financial services client, as well as United Business Media’s Smart Enterprise magazine.
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