Next Tuesday – TechNet Webcast: System Center and the Desktop (Level 300)

We have a cool new live webcast coming up next Tuesday on the topic of using Configuration Manager to manage your desktop infrastructure.  Should be a good time so mark your calendars now:


  • Language(s): English.
  • Product(s): Microsoft System Center Configuration Manager 2007.
  • Audience(s): IT Professionals.
  • Duration: 90 Minutes
  • Start Date: Tuesday, May 27, 2008 1:00 PM Pacific Time (US & Canada)

Event Overview

With the increasing reliance on electronic information, the redefining of the network perimeter to the user level, and greater security challenges, modern organizations need to deploy and securely manage an more challenging desktop landscape. Combining this with the distributed nature of today's workforce, managing the configuration, performance, and security of the desktop presents some of the most costly and challenging exercises for any IT management team. In this session, learn how the Microsoft System Center family of products can centrally manage your customer's desktop infrastructure. This includes the controlled deployment of system images, validation of desktop configurations (such as for compliance and security), performance monitoring for potential operating system issues, and ensuring that sensitive data is backed up.

Presenter: Jeff Wettlauffer, Senior Technical Product Manager, Microsoft Corporation

Jeff Wettlaufer has been with Microsoft since 2001, where he has specialized in the deployment of enterprise infrastructure from the data center to the client. Jeff specializes in desktop deployment methodology, Windows and Microsoft Office technology, virtualization, and enterprise management. He is also involved in image strategy, maintenance, application portfolio, unattended builds, the Microsoft Office Resource Kit, and server management technologies, such as Microsoft Systems Management Server 2003, System Center Configuration Manager, and the Solution Accelerator for Business Desktop Deployment (BDD).

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J.C. Hornbeck | Manageability Knowledge Engineer

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