Slides from the Windows 7 in Education event in Reading

We had a Windows in Education workshop at our main offices in Reading today, with about 50 IT managers and network managers. We spent the whole day talking about how and why schools, colleges and universities might roll out Windows 7 and Windows Server 2008 R2. It was quite a geeky day and also quite relaxed – plenty of opportunity to dive into deep questions about particular things, and to compare notes between different establishments. Some people had already implemented Windows 7 and Server R2, whilst others were planning for the future

All of the presentations are available to download below (or you can download from the SkyDrive folder directly).

If you want to get a little of the flavour of the day, then go and read some of the tweets from the day, from some of the delegates. You can see it all by searching on Twitter for the #eduwin7 tag

The slides

My introduction

The Windows 7 story in education
From James O'Neill

Windows Server 2008 R2
From Gareth Hall

How Microsoft IT have deployed Windows 7 and Windows Server 2008 R2
From Asif Jinnah

The experiences of West Hatch School
From Alan Richards

Comments (2)

  1. islandphuket says:

    There are so many updated version of windows until I can not catch the technologies.

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  2. EduTech says:

    Hi Ray,

    I managed to release a write up about this event the same day! 🙂 i’m quite pleased although i think i did get a but carried away with page(s) and Word(s).

    I have had to put it in PDF format, but i can send you the .docx file if you would like to put it anywhere. 🙂


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