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Introducing Digital WPC – Your gateway to Worldwide Partner Conference for those that cannot attend in person!

Digital WPC

For those of you trying to register for Worldwide Partner Conference 2007 this week, you’ve noticed that the registration is showing full and they are taking waitlist names.  Also, some Partners have mentioned that they are not able to make it to Denver this year for one reason or another either due to previous commitments or other conflicts.


 


Well for those of you unable to join us in person in Denver, this announcement is for you!  We are proud to announce Digital WPC, your portal to Worldwide Partner Conference from where you are.


 


So what is Digital WPC?


 


         An integrated Virtual Website hosted on the Partner Portal (Click HERE)


         Video on demand within 4 hours of presentations


          11 Keynotes


          Highlights on Public Site


          Full versions of keynotes


          4-6 sessions and regional Keynotes on Secured Site


         Demo Showroom showcasing ‘Cool Technology’ (pre-recorded)


          Product demos on Public Site


          Partner Value demos on Secured Site


         Expo Hall buzz


         Podcasts


         Big Picture Tool – Links to other Web Properties


         Virtual Press Room – Press materials and press coverage


         Blogging Sites


         Online Discussion Groups


         RSS Feeds


         Product Websites and Downloads


 


So if you can’t make it in person this year, please join us via Digital WPC this year.


 


NOTE: Digital WPC is for Worldwide Partner Conference only, not the Small Business Symposium, so I’ll look forward to seeing the SBSC Partners in person at the Symposium.


 


Thank you and have a wonderful day,


 


Eric Ligman


Microsoft US Senior Manager


Small Business Community Engagement


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