An international roadshow of MVPs has been answering the question, “What’s hot and new in Windows Server 2012?” This global community event known as the Windows Server 2012 Community Roadshow boasts thirty-six MVPs from seventeen countries. Aimed at creating dialogue between experts, partners and IT professionals, the Roadshow is a global event running until the WS12 launch. So far, the Roadshow has reached nearly 3,700 people in 20 countries. But it’s not too late to be part of the show!
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“Sean Deuby (pictured right) did a great job of providing an unbiased view of the new features,” said one attendee after hearing Directory Services MVP Sean Deuby’s presentation.
These are in no way marketing presentations. So, if you attend, plan to expand your mind on these subjects: Server Virtualization, Managing Your Core Infrastructure, VDI and Remote Access, and Web & Application Platform. MVPs will share new demos that highlight key new enhancements in Windows Server 2012 to engage with attendees.
Through new demos, presentations and discussions, MVPs share their expertise on building private cloud, how to increase efficiency and availability, how to leverage open application and web platforms and how to provide secure access to personalized work environments from anywhere.
Other MVPs like Directory Services MVP Brian Desmond (pictured left) tackle topics like how Windows Server 2012 will reduce planned maintenance downtime, connect users more easily to IT resources, improve management of multi-server environments and increase operational efficiency and lower costs.
A special thanks and congratulations to all of the MVPs the Windows Server 2012 Community Roadshow