Time: April 22, 2011 from 9:30am to 4:15pm
Location: Microsoft Alpharetta Campus
Street: 1125 Sanctuary Parkway, Suite 300
City/Town: Alpharetta, GA
Website or Map: http://maps.google.com/maps?f…
Phone: (770) 475-1598
Event Type: atlsmug, user, group, meeting
Organized By: Scott Moss, Marcus Oh
Latest Activity: Apr 10, 2011
The Atlanta Systems Management User Group and System Center Virtual User Group invites you to attend the next SMUG meeting scheduled for April 22nd, 2011 for a day of great presentations, discussions, and networking.
If you are planning to attend the event in person, please make sure to register using the In-Person link. It helps us get a good idea of how many people we need to feed. Breakfast and Lunch will be provided by Shavlik! :)
For those who would like to watch via Live Meeting use the Virtual registration: http://www.clicktoattend.com/?id=155030
Please make sure to register early and show up! Only those of you that actually register and show up will be entered into the drawing for prizes.
Agenda (Eastern Time)
9:50 AM 10:00 AM SMUG Introductions and news
10:05 AM 11:00 AM Dan Newton MMS 2011 Overview
11:05 AM 12:00 PM TBD
12:05 PM 12:25 PM BREAK/Lunch Setup
12:30 PM 1:30 PM John Rush 3rd-Party Software Patching Using SCCM and Shavlik SCUPdates
1:35 PM 2:25 PM Duncan McAlynn DCM vs ACS: An Audit Compliance Comparison
2:30 PM 2:40 PM Break
2:45 PM 4:05 PM Baelson Duque Operations Manager 2012 Overview
3rd-Party Software Patching Using SCCM and Shavlik SCUPdates
Shavlik will be presenting a very informative session on 3rd Party Software Patching using SCCM and Shavlik's SCUPdates. SCCM does a great job of
distributing software and deploying updates for the latest Microsoft operating systems and Microsoft applications like Office 2007. What about Adobe
Reader and hundreds of other vulnerable applications? Shavlik SCUPdates address a major business pain (keeping up with 3rd party updates) and puts time
back into your schedule. Here is a way to leverage a single SCCM workflow for deploying updates for both Microsoft and non-Microsoft applications. Greg
Wright and John Rush will be here from Shavlik Technologies.
DCM vs ACS: An Audit Compliance Comparison
In this session, the pros and cons of both SCCM Desired Configuration Management (DCM) and OpsMgr Audit Collection Services (ACS) will be presented.
Are these competing features of the System Center platform or complimentary to one and another? Find out as 6-time Microsoft MVP, Duncan McAlynn,
presents "DCM vs. ACS: An Audit Compliance Comparison" and walk away with a clear understanding of how each of these technologies can play a part in
your overall security compliance strategy.
I look forward to seeing you there!