News from Microsoft TechEd 2006
TechEd, Microsoft's annual showcase event for enterprise IT professionals and application developers, is being held June 11th-16th in Boston. Whether you're a developer in search of a sneak peek at the latest tools or an IT pro looking for new ways to boost productivity, Tech·Ed 2006 can help you polish your skills. Find out more about TechEd 2006 below.
Mark Russinovich, co-founder of Winternals Software, in Austin, Texas, talks about the state of Microsoft security today and offers suggestions for protecting Windows systems from rootkits and malware in the future.
Put me in coach, I'm ready to play -- that's what experienced techies might be saying if they become certified architects by passing a peer review board.
A new edition of the Visual Studio Team System aimed at database developers and administrators publicly debuted at TechEd.
Windows admins at TechEd say they might wait for the software giant to catch up with VMware before testing large-scale virtualization projects.
Software as a service is an idea that many IT managers want to embrace, but there are loads of details that need to be ironed out.
At Microsoft's big shindig for IT administrators and developers this week, company executives said they are working to bridge the gulf that once divided the two job roles.
At TechEd Ozzie said he foresees a new era of "services disruption" as consumers and businesses use Web-borne applications to perform common tasks. According to Ozzie, "the services disruption will have significant impact on corporate IT and the way we think about both infrastructure and business solutions."
The experts of various sites at TechTarget have picked their must-attend sessions at TechEd 2006 in Boston. You'll find a wide range of topics that will guide you while at TechEd.