Consumerisation of IT and how to Manage consumer devices on networks.


Come and join us on the 27th of March in Newcastle we will be discussing the Consumerisation of IT and how to Manage consumer devices on networks. We hope that this event will be of interest to students, academics and IT Pros. The event will give you a glimpse of the latest technologies that Microsoft are running in the world of Virtualisation.

Why come?

- Hands on learning with Microsoft experts Andrew Fryer @deepfat and Simon May @simonster
- Discussion of the latest technologies from Microsoft including: System Center, Hyper-V, SharePoint and Exchange
- Opportunity to win one of five Nokia Lumia phones
- Other free goodies
- Lunch, coffee and refreshments provided.


Event:                   Consumerisation of IT/ Manage consumer devices on a corporate network

Date:                 27th March 2012

Location:              Novotel Newcastle Airport, Ponteland Road, Kenton, Newcastle upon


This year the UK Tech.Days team have changed the format of our traditional Tech.Days theatre events into a series of ‘Boot Camp’ style seminars. The aim of these is to allow IT Professionals to have more discussion time with evangelists like Andrew Fryer, and each other to share common problems and solutions – and we’re looking for your help to share these with your users.  

The Newcastle Event will host approx. 70 people with a mixture of discussions and practical demonstration. Although there will be a loose agenda, it will be PowerPoint-free event, allowing the hosts to focus on the questions that our guests ask.

For the event in Newcastle, we will be focusing on the Consumerisation of IT which a key topic within the UK Education sector

· How key Microsoft technologies such as System Center 2012, SharePoint 2010, Windows Server 2008R2, Exchange 2010 or Office 365 and Windows 7 come together to help you deliver flexibility and support for devices and desktops.

· How to use the latest tools to manage your estate, deliver applications flexibly, manage devices such as iOS and Android as well as Windows, implement IP Sec, reduce anti-malware costs, implement Direct Access and secure remote access.

· We'll also help you think about what you need to build into a "Bring your own device" or BYOD policy.

Registrations are now open and can be found here

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