Full IT Pro Session List for Dev & IT-Pro Days 2007

My colleague David Boschmans blogged about the Full Developer Session List for Developer & IT-Pro Days 2007. I wanted to give you the same information for the IT Pro sessions. 

I finalized the IT Pro agenda this week and it's online as we speak. Below you can find all the IT Pro - oriented sessions, session level and the speakers listed. 

In the Virtualization Pre-conference Ronald Beekelaar will be delivering following sessions:

  1. PRE-VIR301 Microsoft Virtualization: Today and Tomorrow
  2. PRE-VIR302 Managing a Mixed Virtual/Physical Environment: Tools and Techniques
  3. PRE-VIR303 Microsoft Virtualization Deep Dive
  4. PRE-VIR304 Notes from the field: Practical advice on adoption, deployment and migration

During the main conference we will have 3 Level 20026 Level 300 and 4 Level 400 sessions for the IT Professionals :

  • ITP201 Microsoft Business Intelligence overview - Jake Zborowski & Ashvini Sharma
  • ITP206 The Microsoft Exchange Server 2007 IT Pro Experience - Jill Frank
  • ITP207 PowerShell Chalk Talk: The first 4 minutes - Bruce Payette
  • ITP301 Creating high impact Data Warehouse with Integration Services and Analysis Services - Ashvini Sharma
  • ITP302 Enterprise Reporting with SQL Server Reporting Services - Ashvini Sharma
  • ITP304 Designing and deploying Performance Management applications with Office OBA - Jake Zborowski
  • ITP305 The Identity Metasystem, InfoCards and Microsoft CardSpace -Steve Plank
  • ITP307 Windows Server "Longhorn" Terminal Services: What's new Overview - Arlindo Alves
  • ITP308 An Administrator's Guide to Internet Information Services (IIS) 7 - David Lowe
  • ITP309 Windows SharePoint Services (WSS) and Microsoft Office SharePoint Portal Server (SPS): Upgrade and Migration - Kimmo Forss
  • ITP310 MOSS 2007 Configuration of Excel Services, SSO &  Data Connections - The Mac Guyver Techniques ! - Gunter Staes
  • ITP311 Search in SharePoint Server 2007 - Architecture, scalability and deployment - Kimmo Forss
  • ITP312 Data Protection Manager (DPM) v2 - Technical Overview - Frank Vosberg
  • ITP313 Software as a service: Microsoft SoftGrid Application Virtualization - Olivier van Noort & David Stoeckel
  • ITP315 DMZology Is it dead? Does it live? What do I really need to know?  Fred Baumhardt
  • ITP316 High Availability in Exchange 2007  - Jill Frank
  • ITP317 Migrating to Exchange Server 2007: Why, How and When - Ilse Van Criekinge
  • ITP318 Optimizing Windows Vista & Office 2007 Deployments  - David De Backer
  • ITP319 Windows Vista reliability and management improvements - Tony Krijnen
  • ITP320 Group Policy Deep Dive: Managing Features, Troubleshooting, Settings with Windows Vista - Kurt Roggen
  • ITP321 SQL Server in 2007: Working with Vista and SQL Server SP2 - Bob Beauchemin
  • ITP322 Thinking PowerShell - Bruce Payette
  • ITP323 Server Core: Running a Minimal Server - David Lowe
  • ITP324 What's New in Windows Server Longhorn -David Lowe
  • ITP325 Deploying  SCOM 2007. Dos and Dont's - Eric Denekamp
  • ITP326 Introducing Microsoft Forefront Security for Exchange Server and Sharepoint Server - Sasa Radosevic
  • ITP327 Microsofts vision on real-time communication integrates text, voice, video and data - James O'neill
  • ITP328 Remote access with Intelligent Application Gateway - Amit Ben-Ari
  • ITP329 System Center Configuration Manager 2007: Deployment - what you need to know - Kim Oppalfens
  • ITP401 Session 1: Is Your IT Infrastructure Secure? - John Craddock & Sally Storey
  • ITP402 Session 2: Securing Your Network - John Craddock & Sally Storey
  • ITP403 Session 3: Locking Down Servers and Workstations - John Craddock & Sally Storey
  • ITP404 Session 4: Vista Technologies - John Craddock & Sally Storey


The full agenda with the exact scheduling will be published soon here: overview - day 1 - day 2.

We have reached 1100+ registrations and it's less then two weeks before the start of the event. If you aren't registered yet, you can still do so here!


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  1. Anonymous says:

    Busy times over here, the last weeks, months I have been doing a lot of stuff, delivering a roadshow

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