Showing posts with label Webinar. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Webinar. Show all posts

Monday, 17 September 2012

BCM Certifications: ISO 22301 Webinar

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Following the announcement for the widely anticipated ISO 22301, will be hosting a free webinar tomorrow (Tuesday 18, Spetember 2012), called ‘The What, How and Where’s of BCM Certification.

It will provide an introduction and overview of the new ISO 22301. Topics included are as follows:

       ·         Status on global adoption rates
       ·         Status od BS25999 and other standards, in the US
       ·         How dows ISO22301 fit within the PS-Prep Program?
       ·         Transitioning to ISO 22301
       ·         The value of this certification

The presenter will be John Dimaria (HISP, AMBI, Six Sigma Black Belt) Product Marketing Manager, BSI Group America inc.

IS0 22301 logoThe seminar will start at 4:00pm (-0:00 GMT) and will last 1 hour, which includes 15 minutes of Q&A.

To register for the live webinar, click here

This ISO standard builds on one of the most successful management standards. The associated guidance documents, ISO 22313, are currently in draft production and will be available later in the year or in early 2013.

Thursday, 6 September 2012

Windows Server 2012 Q&A

Ed baker’s one hour live Windows Server 2012 Q&A was a success. It offered an overview of all the new features and enhancements that come with the new Windows Server 2012. Hundreds of attended the Google hangout and got their questions answered.
Windows Server 2012 Q&A 
Here is summary of the questions answered: 
  • Are there any improvements/changes in DFS?
  • In Windows Server 2012 has the best practice analyser been updated? If so what are the improvements?
  • What is the main feature that would make companies decide to buy server 2012?
  • How Long Does Migrating From 2008 Take?
  • Has there been any improvements in exposing the API for DHCP as this has also been problematic to pro-grammatically administer.
  • Have Microsoft announced pricing for Charity customers?

Visit @BeAFirebrand to see all of today's questions and feel free to +1 us for future Q&A’s.

Windows Server 2012 Q&A now LIVE

Firebrand's very own Ed Baker is now hosting a free live Windows Server 2012 Q&A. 

During the next hour, all attendees will have all their Windows Server 2012 questions answered with Ed Baker - Firebrand's Windows Server instructor.

The live video feed is on the Google+ page. To join, just follow Firebrand on Google+ (, and click on the link to the hangout

Ed Baker, as mentioned in the previous post, is currently in the top three UK Microsoft professionals on the MVA (Microsoft Virtual Academy). He has earned an impressive 4001 points and a Platinum medal.

Server 2012 LIVE Q&A

You can also ask questions via Twitter (@BeAFirebrand) - include #server2012 and they will be answered live. You can also ask your questions on the Facebook page.

Friday, 31 August 2012

Webinar: How to reduce cost of network security by 30-70%

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Sapphire and Altimate are hosting a webinar to demonstrate the increased security, productivity and cost savings that an organisation could achieve by installing Stonesoft network security.

Stonesoft Mass Security is a range of network security products that offer:

    STONESOFT Network Security
  • Multiple security functions
  • Comprehensive, centralised and easy to operate administration
Stonesoft solutions are said to reduce network operation expenses and total costs from 30% to 70%.

  • Lowest total cost of ownership on the market with Stonesoft
  • Administration cost savings
  • Save up to 50% on appliances with our competitor trade-in scheme
The webinar will be taking place on Monday 24 September and offers a unique insight into how Stonesoft operates within an organisation

For more information, follow this link:
To register for the event, follow this link:

Cisco offered Government Agencies IPv6 Training

World IPv6 LogoCisco hosted it’s free one hour webinar yesterday which was designed to help government agencies meet the September 30, 2012 deadline for compliance with the latest IPv6 Internet protocol.

The World IPv6 was launched more than a year ago, officially released on June 8 and the deadline is about soon to arrive. Despite this, according to data by the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST), only 1% of federal websites are supporting the IP on their email, web services and DNS.

Cisco Marketing manager, Amy Blanchard stated that “We at Cisco understand the urgency and difficulty of this change, therefore have partnered with the Digital Government Institute to host a free one-hour webinar on Aug. 30 (2 p.m. ET) that will give attendees the tools, as well as outline five steps, to help your agency move quickly toward compliance as the clock ticks down”.

The Webinar, called “5 Steps to Meet the September 30 IPv6 Deadline,” included the following topics: 
  • How to get your agency on the road to compliance
  • Where to find agency help in the federal government
  • How to get the best services from the GSA schedules
  • About the Internet Engineering Task Force (IETF) IPv6 standards and how IPv6 has been integrated into a long list of USGv6-certified products
  • How five federal agencies, including the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs, have already made the transition.