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SOL234 – Social Identity and BYOD Mobility Are Coming Fast – What Can You Do to Be Ready? – BrainShare 2013

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February 14th, 2013

Recorded Live at BrainShare 2013

Speakers Lloyd Burch, Duane Buss, Geoff Webb

In this session, learn how IT organizations can respond and enable business users as they consume more cloud resources, access information with mobile devices and personalize their interactions with their customers. We will review the nuances of these fast moving identity and access management trends as they relate to cloud, mobility and social identity, demonstrate what you can do today, and show what you should be planning for in the future.

SOL231 – Are You Satisfied with the Recovery Metrics in Your SLAs? Build a Better Disaster Recovery Plan with NetIQ – BrainShare 2013

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February 14th, 2013

Recorded Live at BrainShare 2013

Speakers Mike Reid, Mike Robinson

Learn how to provide faster, better, less-expensive disaster recovery for more of the workloads in your data center. We’ll show you how to use industry-standard metrics to organize your workloads into recovery tiers and implement the right disaster recovery technologies for each tier and each workload to recover and restore from outages quickly and easily.

CAS136 – Security Services from the Cloud – BrainShare 2013

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February 14th, 2013

Recorded Live at BrainShare 2013

Speakers Carolyn Mcclain

NetIQ Cloud Security Services is a series of product offerings designed with multi-tenant management and per-tenant usage-based billing. NetIQ Cloud Security Services fits comfortably in a public cloud and has the ability to support a mix of cloud and enterprise deployment schemes. During this session you will see the latest service offerings, review deployment scenarios and have the opportunity to hear cloud service provider experiences.

TT204 – Securing your Linux System: Hardening and Tweaking your SUSE Linux Enterprise Server Installation – BrainShare 2013

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February 14th, 2013

Recorded Live at BrainShare 2013

Speaker Craig Gardner

It is the obligation of every responsible system administrator to secure a system before its deployment. Learn about various options for using configuration changes (hardening) to achieve this goal, following a structured, proven methodology.

TT202 – SUSE Manager Workshop – BrainShare 2013

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February 14th, 2013

Recorded Live at BrainShare 2013

Speakers Gerald Pfeifer, Don Vosburg

SUSE Manager is an open source solution for centralized provisioning and configuration of systems running SUSE Linux Enterprise and other enterprise Linux distributions. It offers the provisioning of new bare-metal and virtual systems, as well as quick deployment and life-cycle management. Systems can be supervised and software deployed in a controlled manner. This technical session demonstrates the provisioning, administration and implementation in your daily business as well as the integration of SUSE Manager into existing landscapes.

FUT201 – SUSE Cloud in 2013 – BrainShare 2013

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February 14th, 2013

Recorded Live at BrainShare 2013

Speakers Rick Ashford, Peter Chadwick

SUSE Cloud 1.0 is here, but the next releases are already in progress. Learn about the direction of the upstream OpenStack and Crowbar community projects, as well as our plans for integrating products such as SUSE Studio and SUSE Manager with upcoming releases of SUSE Cloud.

Teaching Directories and Novell GroupWise Windermere to Play Together – BrainShare 2013 Session TT369

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February 13th, 2013

Recorded Live at BrainShare 2013 – Session TT369

Speakers Dave Hansen and Daniel Christensen

“Plays well with others” is high praise in the world of schoolroom collaboration. And it’s even more important in the high-tech world of directory interaction, where you need to migrate, provision, synchronize and administer Novell GroupWise users in both eDirectory and Active Directory. This session will introduce you to the Active Directory support in GroupWise Windermere and show you how to manage the transition from your current version effortlessly.

Novell GroupWise Windermere Deep Dive – BrainShare 2013 Session TT273

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February 13th, 2013

Recorded Live at BrainShare 2013 – Session TT273

Speakers Rajesh Anandalai, Patti Brooks, Dave Hansen, Kendell Sorensen

As the next major release of Novell GroupWise, Windermere is well on its way to providing administrators with some much-needed love. Attend this session to take a deep dive into what’s coming on the web administration front, how you can replace ConsoleOne as your administration tool, how to connect GroupWise to Active Directory, and much more. You’ll also learn about the new capabilities we’re adding to the clients and WebAccess to keep your end users happy and productive. If you’re a GroupWise administrator, this session will give you a demo-based look at what’s around the very next corner.

Got Macs? – BrainShare 2013 Session TT183

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February 13th, 2013

Recorded Live at BrainShare 2013 – Session TT183

Speakers Dirk Giles, Nick McCleery, Mark Schouls

Whether it’s iMacs, iPads or the ubiquitous iPhones, the explosion of Mac devices – many of them personal devices entering the workplace whether you want them or not is one of the most significant trends affecting organizations today. How are YOU dealing with this slew of new devices to manage, and new data concerns to address? Attend this session to find out how Novell can help you wrangle all those devices into the corporate fold with new Mac support in Novell GroupWise, Novell Vibe and Novell Data Synchronizer. We’ll also show you an Open Enterprise Server client for Mac desktops in Novell Kanaka, and Mac application delivery and device management support in Novell ZENworks.

Embracing BYOD/C in the Enterprise with ZENworks Mobile Management – BrainShare 2013 Session TT180

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February 13th, 2013

Recorded Live at BrainShare 2013 – Session TT180

Speakers Bryce Romney, Mark Schouls

It’s more than just a buzzword. More than ever, employees are using their personally-owned devices and computers to get work done at home, on the road and even in the office. And for good reason – employees report being more productive and satisfied when they can work on their own devices. However, IT departments and CIOs report being more concerned about security threats and the increased management burden these devices often bring. Attend this session to learn how, with the right tools and policies, your organization can start down the path to embracing BYOD/C. You’ll also walk away with prudent steps you can take to balance productivity with security while minimizing IT burden.

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