20th Australian System Administrators’ Conference - 2012

When:
Oct 2 - 4, 2012
 
Where:
Hilton Cairns Hotel
 
More:
 

SAGE-AU invites you to attend their 20th Australian System Administrators’ Conference (a milestone event for Systems Administration in Australia) being held 2 - 4 October in the Hilton Cairns Hotel.

We are currently welcoming paper submissions on a wide range of topics and from across the Sys Admin community – to reflect on the last twenty years in the development the profession of sys admin, but equally important to look ahead to the emerging issues and technology and to speculate on what the next twenty years will bring.

So consider sharing your extensive knowledge, skills and ideas with attendees of this conference. Full details for speakers can be found at http://conference.sage-au.org.au/speakers.

Would should attend? If you or your staff…
- Manage or administer your IT infrastructure;
- Keep your web servers and email running;
- Look after the network or the firewall;
- Maintain your database;
- Provide IT security;
- Maintain backups;
- Provide support your staff via the IT help desk;
- Make your organisation's telephony work; and
- Provide training in any of these areas

…then all will benefit by attending this conference.

If you only go to one sysadmin conference this year - make sure it's the SAGE-AU hosted 20th Australian System Administrators’ Conference in Cairns.
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