2012 Specops CIO SummIT, Philadelphia
Oct 04, 2012 12:00
Oct 04, 2012 18:00
How do Universities and Colleges solve their IT challenges?
This free summIT is hosted by Philadelphia University and sponsored by Specops Software. Topics include return on investments, efficiency and methods. Invite your peers.
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How do Universities and Colleges solve their challenges?
- OS Deployment
- Application Deployment
- Bring your own device
- Password Management (secure, reset, sync)
- Data leak protection
- Privilege elevation
- Communication - Unified communication
R.S.V.P by September 28th to:
JEFFREY C. CEPULL : CIO and Vice President for Information Resources
Philadelphia University 4201 Henry Avenue Philadelphia, PA 19144, United States | Phone: 215-951-2516
CepullJ@philau.edu | http://www.philau.edu/
TOBIAS OIEN : CEO Specops US
Specops Software | 600 Chestnut St. Suite 772 | Philadelphia, PA 191 06
Phone: +1 1-877-SPECOPS (773 2677) | Mobile: +1 (267) 339 8406 |
Fax: +1 (215) 238 1674
email@example.com | www.specopssoft.com
Internationally acknowledged expert on the Windows environment. Dan is director of consulting at Intelliem, which delivers solutions-focused training and consulting services supporting enterprise SharePoint, Office, Windows, and Active Directory implementations.
A graduate of Yale University and Thunderbird, Dan has spent over a decade as a consultant and trainer, delivering solutions to tens of thousands of IT professionals from the most prestigious organizations and corporations around the world. Dan’s company, Intelliem, specializes in boosting the productivity of IT professionals and end users by creating advanced, customized solutions that integrate clients’ specific design and configuration into productivity-focused tools, training and knowledge management services. Dan is also a contributing editor for Windows IT Pro magazine, a Microsoft MVP (Office SharePoint Server), and the community lead of OfficeSharePointPro.com. From his base in beautiful Maui, Dan travels around the globe supporting customers and delivering Windows technologies training.
Dan has spent 15 years as a consultant and trainer, delivering solutions to tens of thousands of IT professionals from the most prestigious organizations and corporations around the world. Dan's company, Intelliem, is a boutique consulting and training firm with a Fortune-caliber clientele and deep expertise and experience in Windows, Active Directory, and SharePoint. From his base in beautiful Maui, Dan travels around the globe supporting customers and delivering Microsoft technologies training. Dan is also a contributing editor for Windows IT Pro magazine, a Microsoft MVP (Windows Server Directory Services, 2007, and Office SharePoint Server, 2008-2009), and the community lead of OfficeSharePointPro.com. Last year, Dan published two books with Microsoft: the Windows Administration Resource Kit and the training kit for the 70-640 MCTS exam, both of which are at the top of the bestseller list of Windows books. He is recently built SharePoint solutions to support the broadcast of the 2012 Summer Olympics as the Microsoft Technologies Consultant for NBC Olympics, a role he had 2010 winter Olympics in Vancouver played two years ago and in Beijing and previously in Torino.
Kevin has been working in the enterprise management space for almost 20 years. After being the Principal Program Manager for Group Policy and other management solutions for Microsoft Kevin joined Specops Software to be a part of moving Group Policy based management forward. Kevin has broad experience in systems implementation, software engineering and design, and solutions architecture. Kevin is known for an energetic and humorous style, tackling complex concepts using simple "Real World" scenarios and lots of live demos.
Favorite subject within Education:
Managing you passwords:
Managing passwords in a complex enterprise is challenging. When that enterprise represents a Higher Education organization those challenges are unique and amplified. New students are arriving and graduating students are moving on. Managing passwords to ensure security and compliance needs are met, while ensuring all end users are empowered to manage their passwords in a secure and efficient way is a primary goal. Doing this in the context of the complex enterprise where multiple identity stores are at play can add to that complexity. This presentation explores those challenges and how Specops solutions address the problem space for our customers.