New Product Versions

Windows Server 2016: Why You are Going to Want This Version (9:45AM to 11:00AM)
Bob Krone, Center for Professional Development @ ITT Tech (CPD)
Session Level: 200 – Intermediate
Audience: IT professionals, decision makers

Windows Server 2016 will be including a number of improvements, enhancements and new technologies. In this session, we will cover several key ones that businesses should be aware of.

Office 2016: Offers New Security, Compliance and Deployment Features (12:15PM to 1:30PM)
Pat Petersen, Center for Professional Development @ ITT Tech (CPD)
Session Level: 200 – Intermediate
Audience: Information worker, IT professional

This session will give a more holistic view of what customers at home and at work can expect in the next release. Office 2016 is updating the Office suite for the modern workplace with smart tools for individuals, teams and businesses. Concepts that will be covered include collaboration, smart applications, data analysis, compliance and security controls, and flexible deployment and management options.

Windows 10: Top 10 Considerations for a Business (1:45PM to 3:00PM)
Bob Krone, Center for Professional Development @ ITT Tech (CPD)
Session Level: 200 – Intermediate
Audience: IT professionals, decision makers

Windows 10 has many improvements and changes compared to Windows 7. You will learn the top 10 things you should consider if you will be rolling out Windows 10.

Microsoft SQL Server 2016: BI Reports Using the Cloud (3:15PM to 4:30PM)
Brian Bandelin and John Thurow, Center for Professional Development @ ITT Tech (CPD)
Session Level: 200 – Intermediate
Audience: IT professionals

Attendees will find relevant information even if they have not been using SQL 2016 for several years.

  • See how to leverage Stretch Databases and Always Encrypted to access cloud data.
  • Note how the three data models from past SQL Server versions still are relevant in SQL 2016.
  • Design BI dashboards for different form factors: desktop/laptop, tablets and smart phones.

*The presentations made during this seminar reflect the opinions and views of each individual presenter. All opinions, views, examples, analyses, speaker biographies, and information provided are based on sources believed to be reliable. No representation or warranty of any kind, (expressed or implied), is made, including but not limited to, any representation or warranty concerning accuracy, completeness, correctness, timeliness, or appropriateness.