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Workshop Program 2010


QUESTnet Leadership Development Program - to be held over the period 5 Oct 2009 - 7 May 2010

  • This was hosted by QUT at Gardens Point campus in Brisbane (Contact - Sarah Powell)

End-to-End Network Performance Tuning

  • This was held at QUESTnet 2010 Conference 6 July.  Organised by Griffith University and AARNet

Desktop & Laptop Fleet Management

  • Proposed as a sharing of best practice methods and tools for managing software and hardware associated with laptop and desktop computers during their lifecycle
  • This was held at QUESTnet 2010 Conference 6 July.  Organised by QUT.

F5 BIG-IP Load Balancer Essential and Advanced Training

  • Arranged through F5 and Red Education for 24-25 May Essentials; 26-27 May Advanced
  • Training held at Nathan Campus, Griffith University;

Data Centre Networking Infrastructure-2 (DCNI-2) v3.0 Training

  • Arranged through Dimension Data, Brisbane
  • Held on 22-26 March

Mindmapping & Thinking Skills Workshop

  • Presented by Dr Richard Broome, Thinking Skills Training, 3-5 November
  • Held at the Kathleen Room, The University of Qld Club, St Lucia

Blackboard Systems Administrator Training 

  • Held at UQ in the week of 6 December
  • Duration of 2 days
Possible Workshops/Training:

1. Network Security Workshop 

  • AusCERT or alternative provider to be approached to develop and deliver this workshop.

2. MS Windows 7 workshop

  • work with Microsoft to deliver a workshop for preparing organisations to deploy Windows 7 for their users

3. Wiki (Confluence)training

  • workshop to develop skills with managing content and using/collaborating in a Confluence wiki environment.

4. Internet Accounting & Traffic Management Workshop

  • proposed by Rob Ewin as a followup of the very successful 2008 workshop of same name.
  • Given the developments with the AARNet charging model (75% traffic now part of fixed charges), it is quite appropriate to run this workshop and see what members and others are now doing.  There may be significant changes with accounting; some may elect to ignore now.