Today started off again with breakfast in the keynote room. Luckily it was a later started compared to yesterday. The first session by Paul Morimoto on Security best practices was excellent. He spoke about the need to secure remote devices and how many of the products already in place (e.g. Windows) already contain substantial security features. All they need to be is simply enabled.
The next session was around building a cloud “practice’ and contained a nice overview of the areas that people should consider as they start implementing cloud products.
Later in the day was the technology panel, basically where attendees could ask questions of MVP’s and subject matter experts. These sessions are always well attended and probably something SMBNation should have more of.
The day finished with Security MVP Dana Epp talking about, and demonstrating, how to break the credential of many of the standard technologies that people use today including, Word, Excel, Windows and so on. He help the audience understand how to better protect themselves and their customers from attacks.
So, only one more day to go and I have 2 presentations to give on Office 365. They are:
GS12 – All Aboard Office 365 E3
GS11 – Office 365 + SBS 2011 Essentials
wish me luck.