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Good morning everybody. My sincere apologies to the polite British folks in the front who responded correctly, let's try that one more time. Morning, good. That was much better. Okay, let's start with the introductions. I'm knackered - that's actually my name. It's merely my state of mind right now. I've done quite a few of these sessions and I am extremely tired. For those of you who don't know what "knackered" means in British, it translates to "devastatingly tired." I went bowling last night and when I tried brushing my teeth this morning, the toothbrush only made it halfway. I had to lean forward for the rest. So I'm feeling my age. Anyway, I'm Dean Wells. I'm a program manager in the Windows Server-based team. I own a good chunk of Windows Server technologies, especially in the area of security. This includes our Host Guardian Service, Shielded Virtual Machines, and pretty much the overall security story for the server product itself. With me, I've got Mike from the National Institute of Standards and Technology. Mike is going to come up and talk about a reference architecture that they've put out there into the wild for government agencies as well as enterprises to leverage. It's built on Microsoft security technologies. And I've got Jakob... sorry, I lost it. I'm sorry, we'll just leave it. Jakob is from the SQL team. Anybody want to try that last name for me? Very good. Somebody from your hometown. Okay, Jakob is going to be talking about a brand new technology that's going to be released in SQL 2019 called Always Encrypted. I will tell you that the reason he's on stage with me is because he and I have been working on this project for two years, I think, something like that. Back...