If you've not had a chance to join a Live Meeting before, then this would be a good opportunity to find out how it works. Basically, it's just like a real meeting, but without the travel! Dominic Watts will be presenting this one, and once you've logged on you'll see his presentation on your screen and hear him live. You get the opportunity to ask questions via a message box on the screen - which means that you can get the same opportunity to interact as at a normal meeting. All without leaving your desk.
In this session we discuss how Higher Education & Further Education customers can benefit from the Microsoft Enterprise Client Access Licence (CAL) Suite, which brings together 11 of the latest Microsoft products to provide your users with the newest innovations in compliance, real-time collaboration, security, communication, desktop management and more. The Microsoft Enterprise CAL Suite provides an outstanding opportunity for you to utilise your existing investments in the Microsoft core platform.
Furthermore, the Microsoft Enterprise CAL Suite provides significant cost savings over the purchase of individual CALs. Customers considering investments in just two of the products included in the suite will find that the economic value of the Microsoft Enterprise CAL Suite becomes compelling.
Dominic Watts, our Business Manager for Higher Education in the UK will present the session, which is on Tuesday, Aug 21, 2007 4:00 PM for an hour
To attend, just log on to the following URL (about 5 minutes before, if you need to download the Live Meeting client)
You'll need the Meeting ID: D3JFMK
And then dial into the meeting on your phone for the audio. Dial (0118) 909 2000 and use Participant code 2947513
If you have questions or feedback please contact either Margaret Umoh (Internal Business Manager, Higher Education) on 0118 909 7820 email:firstname.lastname@example.org or Sarah Finch (Internal Business Manager Further Education) on 0118 909 7861
And once you've been to your first Live meeting, you might also wonder how it might help you to deliver courses and tutorials over the web to students.