At every conference, there’s a few sessions that you really must see. SMBNation is no different to that. This year, my “must see” sessions list goes like this…
GS1 – Swing Migration v.2011: SBS or Exchange or Windows to Anywhere – Jeff Middleton
You just can’t get enough of learning how to migration and Jeff is certainly the master at it.
GS2 – Group Policy in SBS 2011 – Eriq Neale
Eriq’s knowledge of Group Policy is 2nd to none and he will walk you through the hard bits in both SBS 2011 Standard and SBS 2011 Essentials.
CS12 – RecoverAssist, iSCSI and BackupAssist onTheGo! – The nerds at BackupAssist have been busy! – Linus Chang
Yeah – I know he’s a vendor, but the guys at BackupAssist have been working on some very cool stuff that I’ve not seen from other vendors, so this is certainly worth a good look.
GS8 Crack the Creds. Breaking Passwords for Fun and Profit – Dana Epp
If you saw his how to hack a wireless network presentation last year, you will know Dana is a guy who not only knows his stuff, but can seriously scare the crap outta you while still smiling. This is a must see session.
GS13 – Session: How the $#%@! do I setup email, calendar and contacts on this phone?! – Jessica DeVita
It might seem simple, but often in life, the simple things are not. Jessica will take the hard work out of it for us all.
GS9 Sharepoint Connections: Let Us Count The Ways – Amy Babinchak
10 ways to access and interact with SharePoint – sounds cool and without needing to code anything according to Amy.
GS11 – Office 365+SBS 2011 Essentials… – Wayne Small & Robert Crane
Hopefully we can entertain everyone with a valuable session on not just combining Office 365 and SBS 2011 Essentials, but also the deeper dive under the covers of SBS 2011 Essentials with all it’s hidden tricks.
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