MVP Cloud OS Week Online

Next Monday and Tuesday, you can get a day of online training for free from UK and Ireland Microsoft MVPs. The 31st has a load of sessions under the “Transform the Datacentre” banner, then on 1st April, it’s all about “People Centric IT”.


The schedule for content is as follows:


31 March: Transform the datacentre


Time

Topic

MVP Speakers

9.30

Transform the Datacentre with Microsoft Cloud OS

Patrik Bihammar

10.15

What’s New in Windows Server 2012 R2?

Aidan Finn

11.00

What’s New in System Center 2012 R2?

Gordon McKenna

12.15

What’s New in Windows Azure?

Richard Astbury

13.00

PowerShell – Desired State

Jonathan Noble

14.15

Windows Server 2003 Migration – App Migration

Paul Keely

15.00

The hot topic of the moment: Storage Spaces  

Patrick Lownds

16.15

Find out more about SCOM

Kevin Greene

17.00

Understand how to use Service Manager

Steve Beaumont

18.15

Understand more about Azure Pack

Damian Flynn


1 April: Empower People Centric IT


Time

Topic

MVP Speakers

9.30

What is People Centric IT?

Stuart Leddy

10.30

Why Windows 8.1 and Devices Overview

Mike Halsey

11.30

Windows XP End of Support – Why is this important to you?

Mike Halsey

12.30

Operating System Deployment in SCCM

Raphael Perez

13.30

Desktop and App Delivery with Virtual Desktop Infrastructure VDI /RDS

Robert Marshall

14.30

Unified Device Management with SCCM + Windows Intune

Gordon McKenna

15.30

Exploring Bring your own device (BYOD) vs. Choose your own device (CYOD)

Simon Skinner

16.30

Access to corporate apps and data with work folders/dynamic access control/RMS/Direct Access/VPN

David Nudelman

17.30

Identity Management with WS 2012 R2/AD/ADF

Simon Skinner


Please note each session is pre-recorded and will be released at the time listed above.


Just head over to the MVP Rocks UK and IE YouTube channel at the appropriate time (GMT+1). 


There are also a number of MVP Cloud OS roadshow events going on around the world. You can find out more about the global events on the MVP Program Blog.


Source: jonnoble