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SQL Server 2008 -Discover how to securely manage your data in a scalable and high performance environment!

Do you have any data management strategies within your environment?

Would like to be part of a conference that can help build upon the knowledge you already have, as well as demonstrating how to get the best from Microsoft SQL Server for data management and business intelligence?

Listen to the Microsoft experts, MPVs and UK SQL Server experts at one place to accomplish the big task  on how effective information management can be delivered across an organisation.

 

Microsoft SQL Server Data Management Conference | Microsoft SQL Server 2008
Tuesday 29 September 2009, at Inmarsat, London
Discover how to securely manage your data in a scalable and high performance environment.
Learn from the experts, hear about future developments and network with peers.
Register now
As the amount of data created increases every year, a re-think about how it's stored and managed within an organisation is clearly needed.

That's why we're excited to invite you to the first Microsoft SQL Server Data Management Conference on 29 September 2009, at Inmarsat, London. You'll see first-hand how Microsoft SQL Server can help to increase business value and reduce costs through the delivery of more effective and efficient data management. Learn how to tackle the key data management challenges that face organisations like yours, including scalability, performance 'to the limits', data warehousing, virtualisation and business intelligence.

Whether you're a SQL Server, or alternative database platform specialist, we are confident that the conference will be an informative experience that will build upon the knowledge you already have, as well as demonstrating how to get the best from Microsoft SQL Server for data management and business intelligence.

The conference also gives you an opportunity to:

Meet Microsoft corporate and UK SQL Server experts and other SQL Server users to discuss how Microsoft SQL Server 2008 can offer you a solution for enterprise data management
Discover the latest developments in SQL Server 2008 performance, as well as scalability and high availability for data management and business intelligence
Obtain a strategic perspective on how effective information management can be delivered across an organisation
Experience a practical exploration of a wide range of SQL Server 2008 capabilities for data management, integration and business intelligence
The conference combines strategic perspectives on data management and two session tracks that cater for different data platform topics such as Data Management & Integration and Manageability, Security and Business Intelligence - you'll be able to choose the sessions most relevant to you and your data management needs.

Hear from technical experts including:
- Mark Whitehorn, Consultant and Academic - Databases, Data Management and Business Intelligence
- Donald Farmer, Principal Program Manager, Microsoft SQL Server Development Team

A more detailed agenda is available when you register.

Come and discover how other information managers, enterprise architects, database administrators and developers are re-thinking their strategies on data management, and learn more about Microsoft SQL Server solutions for data management and business intelligence.

Book your free place at the Microsoft SQL Server Data Management Conference.

Register now
You can also register by phone on: 0870 166 6670 (Event reference: 4125)

 

Published Monday, August 31, 2009 4:16 PM by ssqa.net

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