ARMY GOLDEN MASTER (AGM)

 

Tuesday, 3 August

 

1015 - 1130

Apple User’s Session

COL James Bass, PhD., Division Chief, CMESD

Mr. Richard Warner, Computer Specialist, CIO/G6 – IRI Directorate

 

This session will focus on issue involved in using Apple computers and iPhones throughout the Army.  You will have the chance to voice your opinion on questions such as problems that are hindering the use of Apple Computers Army wide.  This is your chance to share your views with others interested in Apple computers and Army management.

 

1400 - 1515

Army Gold Master for Windows 7/Server 2008 R2 Session

Ms. Tina Hernandez, Army Gold Master Capability Manager

Mr. Cade King, Army Gold Master Senior Lead Engineer, NETCOM/9th SC (A)

 

This session will provide a detailed overview of the AGM Windows 7/Server

2008 R2 releases.  The areas of discussion will focus on compliance with DISA/Federal Desktop Core Configuration requirements, a review of deployment technologies, and known issues and a demonstration.  This session will focus on the technical areas of the Windows 7/Server 2008 R2 releases and provide an opportunity for a Q/A forum.

 

Wednesday, 4 August

 

0945 - 1100

Enterprise Agreements:  Increasing Army Strength

COL James Bass, PhD., Division Chief, CMESD

Ms. Katrina Tuel, Senior Project Manager, CIO/G6 – IRI Directorate

 

As the Army seeks to consolidate its IT infrastructure in the Global Network Enterprise Construct (GNEC) strategy, the CIO/G6 is working to support this effort by leveraging economies of scale through Enterprise License Agreements (ELA) for Army-wide software buys.  Learn how you can benefit directly from the benefits and incentives provided to users via these agreements.  We will discuss lessons learned and our strategy for the future.

 

  

1130 - 1245

Army Gold Master for Apple OS X Session

Ms. Tina Hernandez, Army Gold Master Capability Manager

Mr. Cade King, Army Gold Master Senior Lead Engineer, NETCOM/9th SC (A)

 

This session will provide a detailed overview of the AGM OS X Snow Leopard release.  The areas of discussion will focus on compliance with DISA security requirements, a review of deployment technologies, known issues, and a demonstration.  This session will focus on the technical areas of the AGM OS X configuration and provide an opportunity for a Q/A forum.