June, 2004

  • frankarr - an aussie microsoft blogger

    Visual FoxPro 9.0 public beta


    The Visual FoxPro 9.0 public beta is now available for download!  Download page link at http://msdn.com/vfoxpro.  The June letter is also online at http://msdn.com/vfoxpro/letters with VFP 9.0 beta details and other important VFP related news.

    So, all you Wacky Foxpro developers - go crazy!!!!!

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  • frankarr - an aussie microsoft blogger

    Microsoft Security and Management Summit not that far away


    I mentioned this a while back, but it wont hurt to remind you all again.......

    The next Microsoft Security and Management Summit is coming soon in June 2004. This complimentary, full day technical briefing will build on the core themes discussed at the last summit - helping you do even more to improve the manageability and security of your Microsoft systems. The event will run across six states, with parallel streams for security and management. Specialist security partners will join Microsoft's local and international experts for what promises to be an enlightening event.

    Register Now

    To register, or for more information, please visit: http://www.microsoft.com/australia/security

    Event Overview

    This invaluable event will consist of two key streams:

    Our latest series of talks are designed to address more advanced security topics and preview a number of important security technologies including:

    • Windows XP Service Pack 2
    • Windows Server 2003 Service Pack 1
    • Internet Security and Acceleration Server 2004

    Attend specific sessions on:

    • Server and client security.
    • Application and data security.
    • Applied security strategies.

    A number of resources will be distributed and highlighted at the event. For more information visit the Microsoft Security Tools & Resources page.

    For a refresher of the March Summit, click here to view an overview of the presentations and see a video of the keynote speech.

    The management stream will provide an overview of the latest enhancements in Microsoft management technologies. You will receive:

    • An overview of the recently announced Microsoft Operations Manager 2005 and Systems Management Server 2003.
    • A briefing on the System Centre roadmap.
    • A demonstration of how you can extend Microsoft management tools into operating systems such as Unix and Sun, and provide deep analysis tools utilising our premier management partner NetIQ.

    This is a must-attend event for any IT professional concerned about the security and management of their IT infrastructure.

    I look forward to seeing you there,

    Kind Regards
    Ben English
    Security Lead - Microsoft Australia

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