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[ale] [ANNC] ALE CENTRAL MTG. for TONIGHT (Thurs., August 16th, 2012)
Too bad I got there too late for there to be any room at those tables. It surprised me because I didn't think I'd dawdled getting there but it seemed like everyone from the meeting was already there when I arrived. Probably just as well I went home due to the crowd since "Central" is more than 20 miles from 75N/285 area where I live and work.
From: ale-bounces at ale.org [mailto:ale-bounces at ale.org] On Behalf Of arxaaron
Sent: Friday, August 17, 2012 10:43 AM
To: Atlanta Linux Enthusiasts
Subject: Re: [ale] [ANNC] ALE CENTRAL MTG. for TONIGHT (Thurs., August 16th, 2012)
> On Aug 17, 2012 8:42 AM, "Lightner, Jeff" <JLightner at water.com>
>> So do that many ALErs normally turn up at Melton's afterwards >> or was last night and abberation due to the offer of free first >> round of appetizers?
On 2012/08/17, at 08:56 , Jim Kinney wrote:
> That's the largest in a long time.
... though we regularly have 6 to 12. We often need to take over that set of four tables on the riser by the window.
> -----Original Message-----
> From: ale-bounces at ale.org [mailto:ale-bounces at ale.org] On Behalf Of
> Aaron Ruscetta
> Sent: Thursday, August 16, 2012 12:48 PM
> To: ALE
> Subject: [ale] [ANNC] ALE CENTRAL MTG. for TONIGHT (Thurs., August
> 16th, 2012)
> A quick reminder of TONIGHT'S ALE CENTRAL MTG.
> The topic should be of wide interest, so please wrangle some
> colleagues and herd some cats to join us!
> Please also share this invite (or our web link) with any and all
> appropriate IT organizations & professionals.
> The feature presentation for our ALE Central Meeting at 7:30pm on
> Thursday, August 16th, 2012 will be:
> "GRANT BUT CONTROL, TRUST BUT VERIFY"
> with John E. Kimberly,
> SE Region Systems Engineer,
> Centrify Corporation
> - The presentation will focus on the use of Active Directory to
> seamlessly provide access to non-Windows platforms, including most
> versions of UNIX / Linux, MAC's, iPhones, iPads and Androids, and then
> use specific Active Directory GPO's to control that access and manage
> the rights and elevated privileges on those systems. Once complete,
> the administrator can easily validate access to systems, confirm
> elevated privileges and audit what users do with elevated privileges,
> thereby delivering data and system security, and regulatory
> - John E. Kimberly has a 32 year career in the UNIX and "open systems"
> world, in a wide variety of positions at companies like Dun &
> Bradstreet, Siemens Information Systems Worldwide and the Georgia
> Technology Authority.
> He holds certifications in Redhat Linux as an RHCE, Sun Microsystems
> as a Hardware, Network and Systems Engineer, AIX Certified Specialist,
> VMWare, as well as experience in system security, threat prevention
> and platform hardening from SANS International. For the past
> 15 years, he has been in the area of Enterprise Architecture and
> Disaster Recovery, with additional focus in systems and data security.
> Today, he is the Southeastern Region Sr. System Engineer for Centrify
> Corporation, which provides seamless integration for non-Windows
> platforms with Active Directory, for access, elevated privilege
> management, and license compliance auditing.
> ABOUT CENTRIFY: <http://www.centrify.com/>
> - Centrify delivers integrated software and cloud-based solutions that
> centrally control, secure and audit access to cross-platform systems,
> mobile devices and applications by leveraging the infrastructure
> organizations already own.
> >From the data center and into the cloud, more than 4000
> organizations, including over 40% of the Fortune 50, rely on
> Centrify's identity consolidation and privilege management solutions
> to reduce IT expenses, strengthen security and meet license compliance
> requirements. Customers come to Centrify for a variety of services
> - IT Security
> - MAC Security Management
> - IT License Compliance & Auditing
> - Mobile Security Management
> - UNIX & Linux Identity Management
> - SAP & Web Single Sign On
> - Windows Server Auditing
> - SAMBA and NFSv4 integration
> The meeting will be held at Emory Law School in our usual Gambrel
> Hall, room 1C venue.
> Our meeting time frame is 7:30pm to ~9:20pm Directions to Emory Law
> School can be found at <http://ale.org/?page_id=2>
> As always, this announcement information is available on our web
> site: <http://ale.org>
> in peace
> Aaron Ruscetta
> ALE Events Coordinator (etc)
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