TechDays in San Francisco area

On June 23, 2006, in news, by

I’ll be on the road again (getting up at an ungodly hour and then taking the train back) to do a Saturday event on SBS… on Security and patch management, on Disaster Recovery, etc. etc… so if you happened to want to sit inside an airconditioned room rather than outside where it’s HOT… sign up!

Here’s a link so you can see what we’re offering:

DVC is located in Pleasant Hill.  (That’s between Walnut Creek and Concord.)  I have attached links to two maps that should assist you with directions.–&csz=Pleasant+Hill%2C+CA+94523&country=us&new=1&name=&qty=

Do NOT use the proper address for DVC; it will place you on the wrong side of the campus.  If you use the made up address of 282 Viking drive it will get you right to us.  I will also have some Pacific IT Professionals/TechDays signs up for you to follow.  I have been told there will be NO classes at DVC this Friday or Saturday, so we should be easy to find.  Look for us by Police Services – park in the lot by the football field, close to the police station.  Do NOT park in the faculty lot, you might get ticketed.

You will need to buy a parking pass, which costs $2.00 for Friday only.  Parking is free on Saturday.  Bring $2.00 in quarters. 

Dress is casual.  I would suggest wearing shorts; it’s going to be hot!

First sessions will begin at 9:00 a.m., please arrive by 8:15 a.m. to get signed in.  There is no sign-up for sessions.  Just attend the sessions that are of the most interest to you.  We have way more sessions than you will have time to attend.  And we have more sessions then we have time to deliver.  Some of the sessions will be repeated, other will not.  We pulled in a new presenter at the last minute with four new sessions.

+ Network Access Protection
+ Bitlocker
+ User Account Control
+ UAC over Terminal Server

With so much material to cover, we have decided to make some sessions a vote for what you want session.  We will give you a choice of sessions and you vote for the topics of most interest to you.

I posted a schedule on the web at:

The schedule has NOT changed since it was originally posted.  (For clarification, the “Birds of a Feather” session at 4 p.m. is where you can mix and mingle with other IT professionals and experts to ask questions and get your problems solved.)

Seating is first come, first served.  Most of the rooms we have will accommodate up to 35 people; one will hold up to 80.  You should have NO problem getting into the session you wish to attend.


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