(Must remember to photoshop DB's face onto a WW1 recruiting poster for this bit)
Yes ... EduGeek needs you ...
After working with several suppliers and companies we have a rough programme of what we will be offering advice and help in.
However ... we would like to have more 'real world' scenarios available for people who come to the stand. We have had a number of offers from members already about helping out and I will be contacting those people over the weekend to confirm that they are still available.
The areas of expertise we will be covering are:
Windows Server 2003 R2 - features and configuration (eg printers, file & quota settings)
Windows Deployment - RIS (and if anyone has tried WDS)
Windows Depolyment - rolling out software (MSIs)
Windows Security - What GPOs do *you* use?
Exchange - Setup
Exchange - Configuration
Exchange - Maintenance
Web Services - IIS/ASP/HTML
Web Services - Apache/MySQL/PHP
Linux - Server uses
Linux - desktops in school
Macs - Integrating in Windows networks
Macs - desktop configuration
Security - Email / Web filtering
Helpdesk - useful software / tools
Helpdesk - policies and procedures
VLE/LP - Moodle
VLE/LP - Sharepoint
VLE/LP - FirstClass
Thin Clients - Citrix
Thin Clients - Windows Terminal Server
Thin Clients - Linux
There are so many other catagories that can be included so feel free to suggest others that you can help with.
Please PM me you details, confirming that you have registered to go to BETT on a particular day.
I will have a variety of EduGeek t-shirts for members to wear (and take away as a thank you).