[Asis-l] Last Chance to Register for "Securing Your Windows Desktops and Servers"

Margaret Delaney delanema at oplin.org
Wed Sep 8 16:35:56 EDT 2004

SPREAD THE WORD! This continuing education event is FREE of charge to
academic, public, school, and special library technology staff and anyone
else who is interested in attending!

Ohio Valley Area Libraries (OVAL) Regional Library System, working in
collaboration with OPLIN, State Library of Ohio, Clermont County Public
Library, Cuyahoga County Public Library, Worthington Libraries and CAMLS,
GCLC, MOLO, NOLA, NORWELD and SOLO regional library systems, invites all
academic, public, school, and special library technology staff and anyone
else who is interested to attend Mark Minasi's NEW one day course...

	"Protecting your 2000/XP/2003 server and desktop systems cheaply, quickly,
and easily"
	presented by Mark Minasi live at OVAL in Wellston, Ohio!

	Friday, September 17, 2004 - 8:30 a.m. - 3:30 p.m.
	Lunch is on your own (11:30 a.m - 12:30 p.m.)

## Seven sites statewide will provide this event via videoconference. Sites
are below listed. ##

THIS TRAINING WILL COVER Risk Analysis, Passwords, Administrators and
security, Sealing the cracks, EFS without tears, Hardening TCP/IP, Logons
and file sharing, Null sessions, Windows Firewall/SP2, IPSec firewalls,
Disaster recovery, Physical security, Automating security, Patches and SUS,
User training, Securing services, Securing servers

Mark Minasi is a best-selling author, popular technology columnist,
commentator, keynote speaker, and all-around alpha geek. What separates him
from many of the other alpha geeks, however, is that he knows how to explain
things to normal humans and often make them laugh while doing it. That's
reflected in his Reader's Choice award for "Favorite Technical Author" at
CertCities. More testimony to his popularity with tech world came at a
SearchWin2000 webcast on tuning computers. At that webcast, Mark drew three
times as many attendees as any previous webcast, crashing Yahoo!'s servers.

He is probably best known for his books in the Mastering series (Mastering
Windows Server 2003, Mastering Windows NT Server, Mastering Windows 2000
Server, Mastering XP Professional, etc) and his perennial hardware PC repair
and fix-it book The Complete PC Upgrade and Maintenance Guide, now in its
13th edition. His monthly columns in Windows and .NET Magazine are among the
best-read in the periodical. Mark has also authored 19 other technology
books, spoken on technical topics in 20 countries, and written and performed
in a dozen technical education videos.

Mark's work is not all technical. He has also penned McGraw-Hill's The
Software Conspiracy: Why Software Companies Put Out Faulty Products, How
They Can Hurt You, and What You Can Do About It, a book that challenges the
popular acceptance of shrink-wrap software's low quality relative to other
consumer goods and motivates the consumer to demand low-defect software.
Mark is a regular speaker and seminar leader at technical conferences around
the world. When the media need someone who can explain the technical issues
behind today’s high-tech news, they turn to Mark: CNN, Moneyline - New York,
NY; ITN, Evening News - UK; WTVN, Columbus Ohio, regular computer
commentator; WHRV, Norfolk, VA, guest on Hear/Say; TalkAmerica – syndicated
around the U.S.; US AM-Business News Network; Money Radio - Los Angeles, CA;
ABC News Radio - New York, NY; The Derek McGinty Show, WAMU-FM - Washington,
DC; The Marc Steiner Show, WJHU, Baltimore Public Radio - Baltimore, MD.
Mark is regularly interviewed and quoted by print media sources. Recent
interviews include USA Today, The Baltimore Sun, The Virginian Pilot, The
Chicago Tribune, and The San Diego Union-Tribune.

Mark's humorous, provocative and yet informative style makes him a favorite
of audiences around the world. Mark's firm, MR&D, is based in Pungo, a town
in Virginia's Tidewater area which is distinguished by having one and only
one traffic light.

Seating is limited at all sites. Registration closes 09/13/04.

continuing education event is FREE of charge to academic, public, school,
and special library technology staff and anyone else who is interested in

Attend this event at the location of your choice. Locations include the
1. Amelia Branch of the Clermont County Public Library, Amelia
2. Cuyahoga County Public Library (Admin Bldg), Parma
3. MOLO Regional Library System, Newcomerstown
4. NOLA Regional Library System, Warren
5, NORWELD Regional Library System, Bowling Green
6. OVAL, Wellston - Minasi is onsite.
7. SEO Regional Library Center, Caldwell
8. Northwest Library of Worthington Libraries, Columbus

Current staff (positions) registered:
Accounting Assistant
Adult Services/Tech
Assistant Director
Assistant Professor
Circulation Desk Clerk
Circulation Manager
Clerk-Treasurer/Tech Adm
Computer Administrator
Computer Network Technician
Computer Systems Manager
Computer Technician
Deputy Clerk-Treasurer
Director Computer Services
Director, Library Resource Center
Director of Technology
DP Manager
Electronic Services Manager
Electronic Services Supervisor
Facilities Coordinator
Head of Circulation
Head of Technical Services
Head, Serials & Elec. Res.
Information Technology
Interim Co-Director/System AdmininstratorIT Manager
IT Coordinator
Librarian II
Manager Technology Services
Network Administrator
Network Specialist
Network Technician
Network/Computer Assistant
PC/LAN Specialist
Programmer Analyst
Support Center Technician
System Administrator/Cataloger
System Administrator
Tech Administrator
Tech Specialist II
Technical Services Coordinator
Technology Coordinator
Technology Director
Technology Manager
Technology Services Coordinator
Technology Support Specialist

Where are they from?
Boone County Public LibraryAdams County Public Library
Archbold Community Library
Athens High School
Avon Lake Public Library
Barnesville Hutton Memorial Library
Bellaire Local Schools
Bellaire Public Library
Bluffton Public Library
Boyd County Public Library
Briggs Lawrence County Public Library
Bucyrus Public Library
Bureau of Workers' Compensation
Cleveland Central Catholic
Coshocton Public Library
Cuyahoga Falls Library
Dr. Samuel L. Bossard Memorial Library
Eastern Local School District
Elyria Public Library
Euclid Public Library
Evergreen Community Library
Grand Valley Local Schools/Ashtabula JVS
Greenfield Schools
Guernsey County Library
Herbert Wescoat Memorial Library
Hubbard Public Library
Huron Public Library
Jackson City Library
Kaubisch Memorial Public Library
LearningWork Connection/OSU
Liberty Center Local Schools
Logan County District Library
Loudonville Public Library
Mason City School District
Mason Public Library
Massillon Public Library
Meigs County District Public Library
Minerva Public Library
Mogadore Local Schools
Montpelier Public Library
Myers University
Newcomerstown Public Library
New Madison Public Library
North Baltimore Public Library
Ohio Capitol Connection/Rotunda
Ohio University
Orange Schools
Pemberville Public Library
Public Library of Mount Vernon and Knox County
Public Library of Youingstown and Mahoning County
Rocky River Public Library
Rossford Public Library
Salem Township Public Library
Shaker Heights Public Library
Strongsville City Schools
Swanton Public Library
Sylvester Memorial Wellston Public Library
Technology Administrator
Toledo Correctional Institution
Trumbull Career & Technical Center
Tuscarawas County Public Library
Tuscarawas Valley Schools
United Local Schools
Univ of Cincinnati
Warren-Trumbull County Public Library
Washington County Public Library
Washington State Community College
Willoughby-Eastlake Public Library

"This event is made possible in part thanks to a Library Services and
Technology Act (LSTA) grant from the Institute of Museum and Library
Services (IMLS) awarded by the State Library of Ohio."

Visit the Minasi Web site at http://www.minasi.com/mb2.htm.

Margaret L. Delaney, Continuing Education Coordinator
Ohio Valley Area Libraries Regional Library System (OVAL)
252 West Thirteenth Street, Wellston, OH 45692
740-384-2103 x 2 ~ 740-384-2106 fax
http://www.oval.lib.oh.us ~ mailto:ceoval at oplin.org

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