Your invite to the UK Launch for Windows 7, Windows Server 2008 R2 and Exchange 2010

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Apparently we've had well over 1,000 registrations since we announced it. I'd recommend putting yourself on the wait list.
Sorry. I'll work on a list of alternative events/webcasts to attend 

From now through to January, it’s going to be a season of launches. And the kick-off event for the whole series is the UK Technical Launch for Windows 7, Windows Server 2008 R2 and Microsoft Exchange Server 2010, which is going to a big event at Wembley stadium on the 6th October.

The agenda is packed – with a ‘desktop’ and ‘server’ stream (time to make it a team trip?), and we’re also expecting the event to be packed too – with a thousand spaces available.

The theme for the event “The New Efficiency” is something we’ll be talking about more during the year, as it’s something that fits in with the current budget climate in education.

Wembley Stadium Join us on 6 October in the conference rooms at the spectacular Wembley Stadium to hear from Microsoft's technology specialists on the new efficiency of the server and desktop. We have two tracks of content for you to choose from, one covering Windows 7, and the other covering Windows Server 2008 R2 and Microsoft Exchange Server 2010. If you can't watch it all on the day - don't worry, all the content will be available online after the event.

For those who couldn’t make it to the Windows in Education event last week, this is a good alternative. Although it isn’t specifically for education, we had some of the same speakers – James & Gareth – and I know that there will be plenty of things covered which fit into your IT thinking.


If you only do two things before you head off for the Bank Holiday weekend, I’d recommend:

  • Register for your place (as the event is currently full, you can only add yourself to the waitlist for a place, either because somebody drops out, or if we manage to squeeze more chairs in!)

  • Add it to your Calendar (to stop anybody inviting you to a dull meeting on that day)

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