Quest Software Unveils Support for Microsoft SharePoint Server 2010 at the Microsoft SharePoint Conference 2009
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Join Quest Experts and Learn How to Be 2010 Ready LAS VEGAS--(Business Wire)-- Quest Software, Inc. (Nasdaq: QSFT) today announced it will preview its support for the upcoming release of Microsoft SharePoint Server 2010 at the Microsoft SharePoint Conference 2009. As the premiere sponsor of the event, Quest will showcase its comprehensive set of SharePoint Server solutions, including robust tools for administration, customization, migration, recovery, and security. Demonstrations are available in booth 221, where products will be shown on the SharePoint 2010 platform, as well as on Microsoft Office SharePoint Server 2007. "Many IT professionals are looking with anticipation to the first half of next year, asking what they can do to prepare for SharePoint 2010," said Joel Oleson, senior product architect, Quest Software. "Although many details about the upgrade are yet to be revealed, IT professionals can start getting ready now. Quest has an entire line-up of product offerings that will allow attendees to walk away educated and excited about the upcoming release." Attendees at the Microsoft SharePoint Conference 2009 may participate in other Quest activities where they can: * Attend "The New World of SharePoint 2010; A Day in the Life of a SharePoint Administrator," presented by Joel Oleson and Mike Watson, 1:15 p.m., Oct. 19, Surf Room 1. * Meet Joel Oleson and receive an autographed copy of Michael Sampson`s book, "SharePoint Roadmap for Collaboration," with a foreword written by Oleson, 12:15 p.m., Oct. 20, Quest booth 221. * Enter to win up to $3,000 in cash prizes or a day of on-site consulting services with SharePoint expert Joel Oleson; drawings will be at 4:00 p.m. Oct. 21, Quest booth 221. "SharePoint Server 2010 delivers a robust platform for administration and governance," said Jeff Teper, corporate vice president, Office Business Platform, Microsoft Corp. "Quest`s solutions will further complement the administrative and management features and functionality available in SharePoint 2010." For additional product details, please visit http://www.quest.com/sharepoint/. About Quest Software, Inc. Now more than ever, organizations need to work smart and improve efficiency. Quest Software creates and supports smart systems management products - helping our customers solve everyday IT challenges faster and easier. Visit www.quest.com for more information. Quest, Quest Software, and the Quest logo are trademarks or registered trademarks of Quest Software in the United States and certain other countries. Microsoft and SharePoint are either registered trademarks or trademarks of Microsoft Corporation in the United States and/or other countries. All other names mentioned herein may be trademarks of their respective owners. Web Links Referenced in this Release: Quest Software, Inc.: http://www.quest.com/ Microsoft SharePoint Conference 2009: http://www.mssharepointconference.com/Pages/default.aspx SharePoint server solutions: http://www.quest.com/sharepoint/ Administration: http://www.quest.com/sharepoint/administration.aspx Customization: http://www.quest.com/web-parts-for-sharepoint/ Migration: http://www.quest.com/Migration-Manager-for-SharePoint/ Recovery: http://www.quest.com/recovery-manager-for-sharepoint/ Security: http://www.quest.com/sharepoint/administration.aspx Joel Oleson: http://www.sharepointjoel.com/default.aspx Mike Watson: http://www.sharepointmadscientist.com/default.aspx Quest Software, Inc. Editorial Contact: Sara E. O`Malley, 614-726-4768 firstname.lastname@example.org Twitter: @SaraOMalley or On-Site Contact: Lora Deeds, 614-203-0766 (mobile) email@example.com Twitter: @LoraDeeds Copyright Business Wire 2009
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