The TechNet roadshows are coming soon – in April and May the team will be on their way around the country, talking about (and showing) lots more of Windows Server 2008 and the other products launched this week. I know that the launch event in Birmingham in March was filled up very quickly, and there were a number of you that couldn’t get a place.
So here’s your second chance. The free roadshow will be heavy on demos and light on PowerPoint (you don’t hear that every day at Microsoft). We’ll look at various scenarios, such as managing Windows Server 2008 and how Windows Server 2008 works alongside Windows Vista. There will be opportunity to meet the Microsoft Community, user groups and Most Valued Professionals, as well as experts with top technical information and real-world scenarios.
Places really are limited (and free) so register now:
This is a straight technology event, without any educational content in the day, but I know there are a group of network managers that read this blog that will want to attend, even without the educational context. And the team that present this event (Eileen, James, Andrew, Viral & Steve) were all on our BETT stand, and so for those who spoke with them, it’s a chance to catch up again!