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[Teched Sessions Suggestion] Internal Architecture of SQL 2005

Session Title:   Internal Architecture of SQL 2005 Abstract:   Whether you’re a developer or a DBA, the more you know the internal of your RDBMS the more empowered you are to develop, tune or troubleshoot your environment. This session would focus on the internal architecture of SQL Server 2005, focusing on the differences between earlier versions… Read more

[Teched Sessions Suggestion] Upgrading to SQL Sever 2005

Session Title:   Upgrading to SQL Sever 2005 Abstract:   Upgrading to SQL Server 2005 is more than just running some automated process. Session will look at the upgrade process. But major focus will be on how you examining how you might want to redesign you databases (with what if any impact) to take advantage of the… Read more

[Teched Sessions Suggestion] BI Portal – Getting BI to the masses

Session Title:   BI Portal – Getting BI to the masses Abstract:   BI Portal is a freely downloadable application for delivering Business Intelligence through Sharepoint Technologies. It acts as a wrapper for Office Web Components. This session covers lessons learnt in implementing BI Portal based systems. Office Web Components is the key to BI Portals success,… Read more

[Teched Sessions Suggestion] Analysis Server Cube Design – Best Practice

Session Title:   Analysis Server Cube Design – Best Practice Abstract:   So you need to build some cubes. This session covers tips and tricks learnt through years of hands on experience. It won’t be a surprise to discover that there are common themes in what users desire, independent of technologies utilised eg SQL 2000 v’s 2005…. Read more

[Teched Sessions Suggestion] Microsoft Business Intelligence – What will my user see?

Session Title:   Microsoft Business Intelligence – What will my user see? Abstract:   Ever wondered what Microsoft offers the users for BI? Perception is that Microsoft has a market leading back end in Analysis Server, but has not had decent front end tools. This no longer true – there is now a range of technologies available… Read more

[Teched Sessions Suggestion] Supporting East Asian Languages in Global Exchange Deployments

Session Title:   Supporting East Asian Languages in Global Exchange Deployments Abstract:  This session will present the intricacies and requirements that have to be in place to support the traditional ‘Double-Byte’ languages of Chinese (Trad. & Simplified), Korean and Japanese in Exchange 2003 implementations. It will address server-side requirements in AD, Exchange and the underlying Windows… Read more

[Teched Sessions Suggestion] Securing the small network using ISA 2004 and

Session Title:  Securing the small network using ISA 2004 and Windows 2003 Abstract:  Learn the key components and a few practical tips and tricks for using ISA Server and Windows 2003 for small businesses. The session will focus on allowing client VPN Access, publishing OWA, and setting up remote site VPNs. Level: 300 Speaker: James… Read more

[Teched Sessions Suggestion] Understanding the Exchange Store

Below is a session submission for Teched New Zealand/Australia 2005 if you are interested in the other submissions or other details please see: http://blogs.msdn.com/charles_sterling/articles/345959.aspx Title: Understanding the Exchange Store  Abstract: “So just how does the Exchange Store work? Understanding this is critical to improve your chances of recovery froma disaster. Topics covered include: Log files… Read more

[Teched Sessions Suggestion] Building Effective Enterprise Mobile Applications

Below is a session submission for Teched New Zealand/Australia 2005 if you are interested in the other submissions or other details please see: http://blogs.msdn.com/charles_sterling/articles/345959.aspx Title: Building Effective Enterprise Mobile Applications  Abstract: ” This session looks at the many issues that are faced by mobile application developers, in particular those that pertain tobuilding enterprise solutions.  Attention… Read more

[Teched Sessions Suggestion] A SQL Server DBA’s Guide To The .NET Framework and CLR Integration

Below is a session submission for Teched New Zealand/Australia 2005 if you are interested in the other submissions or other details please see: http://blogs.msdn.com/charles_sterling/articles/345959.aspx   Session Title: A SQL Server DBA’s Guide To The .NET Framework and CLR Integration Session Level: 300 Session Abstract: Most topics on SQL Server Common Language Runtime (CLR) integration are… Read more