Tuesday, August 07, 2007

SQL Server Magazine Events

Upcoming Web Seminar

Get the Most from DFS This web seminar on August 14, 2007 will cover what DFS is and how it works, the server and client OS versions that support DFS, how to configure DFS, the limitations of DFS, using DFS-N and DFS-R, as well as managing DFS. We will explain the basics of DFS and provide a quick "how-to" on implementing DFS-N and DFS-R in your Windows Server 2003 environment.

On-Demand Web Seminars

High Performance Connectivity for SQL Server 2005 and SSIS Learn how best-of-breed high-speed data interconnects to the new SSIS environment make plug-and-play with mainframe, legacy, Teradata, and other database systems a reality. These new connectors are drop-in solutions that are cost-effective, and provide best-of-breed bi-directional data movement.

Keep Exchange Running - The High Availability Imperative If there is a "killer app", it's email. Business communications rely heavily on email, and an increasingly mobile base of users and clients continually lowers the tolerance for email downtime. Attend this informative eSeminar sponsored by CA XOsoft, and hear from Paul Robichaux, who will share helpful information that can help you meet your enterprise's HA needs. Register now so you won't miss out on this chance to learn how to keep your Exchange servers running — and what to do if disaster strikes.

Keep Unsecured Machines Off Your Network Tune into the hottest up-to-date network security protection through this exclusive podcast featuring Windows IT Pro editor Karen Forster and Microsoft’s Ian Hameroff. Learn how Network Access Control (NAC) and Network Access Protection (NAP) work and what technologies are involved, as well as what third-party products are poised to work with these technologies.

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