TrueSec at MMS 2010 in Las Vegas

Published 05 May 10 08:45 AM | rodtrent

As usual we at TrueSec attended Microsoft Management Summit (MMS) in Las Vegas! This year we got more busy than usual as many of the speakers got stuck in Europe due to the volcano eruption in Iceland. Johan Arwidmark and Mikael Nystrom were asked to step up and fill in for those that did not make it. In all that resulted in the two of them gave 11 sessions for the delight of the attending IT Pros.

In total they had close to 2,000 that sat in in their sessions. During the sessions they also took the opportunity to raffle pre-production copies of their brand new book; “Deployment Fundamentals – Volume 1, Migrating to Windows 7 using MDT 2010 Lite Touch and WDS”. If you weren’t among the lucky ones that lay hands on this must have deployment handbook, can now order it directly from Read more about the title at

TrueSec also had a booth in the exhibitor area where we met with new and old customers. The booth was manned by Kent Agerlund, MVP in SCCM and Per Kimblad, GM TrueSec Inc. As custom asks for, we offered Swedish candy to any one stopping by. Sweet and sour as well as salty liquorish! Testy for some, sweet for others J

What happens in Vegas, stays in Vegas? Really? Not so when it comes to TrueSec.

If you attended MMS 2010, you probably know by now that you can revisit the official site and view the presentations that were given. If you want more, or did not visit MMS, you won’t have to wait for long as Johan and Mikael are back already in May.

Mikael is running popular Lite Touch lab in Chicago May 19 -21, and Johan is running the Zero Touch lab in London UK, the same dates. Seats still available for both labs.

Kent is running his “Mastering SCCM” as well as “SCCM for Helpdesk staff” in Chicago the second week in June. Don’t miss these top of the line SCCM labs.

Stay in touch and check out our labs at

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