Sessions from MMS 2013 Now Available
Greetings AskCore fans. I thought I would start creating a blog for a subset of the videos/sessions available at each of the conferences that Microsoft has throughout the year. These sessions will be available and will deal with topics that are discussed here on the AskCore Blog. There are numerous other sessions if you want to get into System Center products, Azure, SQL Server, Exchange, etc. They are just to numerous to list here.
All sessions at our conferences are approximately 1:15 long and are presented by either Program Managers, Product Managers, Technical Evangelists, Support Escalation Engineers, etc. Sit back and enjoy the sessions at your leisure. Most all sessions can be viewed in either MP4 and WMV. You can also download the sessions and PowerPoint presentations from the deliveries to be viewed at a later time or on some other device.
If you have attended any of these conferences, our many thanks are given. If you haven't, you should look into going to one as it is a good way of networking with others and have a good time while getting up to speed on all the new technologies.
So, without further adieu, first up: MMS 2013.
The Microsoft Management Summit (MMS) brings together the brightest IT professionals from around the world to increase their technical expertise through an intensive week of training led by experts in desktop, device management, datacenter, and cloud technologies. This is held in Las Vegas every year and is a good time held by all.
MMS 101: Conquering the Summit
If this is your first time attending the Microsoft Management Summit, then you don't want to miss this session! You'll learn priceless tips and tricks to maximize your investment in MMS2013. We'll give you the inside scoop on all the sessions, labs and Expo vendors. If that's not enough, we'll get you networked with other attendees and alumni from your area. Finally, we'll answer all your questions so that you have everything you need to conquer the Summit!
Windows Server 2012 in 60 Minutes
Introduction to Failover Clustering with Windows Server 2012
What's New in Windows Server 2012 Hyper–V
Availability Strategies for a Resilient Private Cloud
A Geek's Guide to USMT 5.0
Demonstrations of Assessment and Deployment Kit Tools
Advanced Microsoft Deployment Toolkit 2012 Update 1 Customizations
Implementing the Windows To Go Concept in an Enterprise Environment
Deploying Windows 8 Using Lite Touch
Choosing the Right OS Deployment Tool
Windows Sysinternals Primer
What's New with Windows 8 Bitlocker and Microsoft BitLocker Administration and Management 2.0
Real World Windows 8 Deployment with MDT 2012 Update 1
Deploying Windows To Go in the Real World
What's New in Windows 8 Deployment
Making PC Recovery Easier with the Microsoft Diagnostics and Recovery Toolset
Competitive Advantages of Hyper-V over VMware vSphere
File Storage Strategies for Private Cloud
How to Design and Configure Networking in VMM and HyperV (Part 1 of 2)
How to Design and Configure Networking in VMM and HyperV (Part 2 of 2)
Switching to Hyper–V: Migrating from VMware
Sit back, relax, grab some popcorn, and enjoy the sessions.
Senior Support Escalation Engineer
Microsoft Enterprise Platforms Support