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Way back in February, Microsoft put on a huge event to announce the launch of Windows Server 2008, Visual Studio 2008 and SQL Server 2008. Seems so long ago now! I was there, along with thousands of others, taking in the keynotes and hanging out by the "Ask the Expert" area.
While there, I also had the opportunity to talk to a couple of IT professionals who were involved in some interesting projects at their companies. Not necessarily on the launch product technologies, but still with some of the latest tools such as SharePoint Server. In fact, the first one I'm going to share with you is a brief conversation I had with Brett Holdway, a Senior Systems Administrator from ONEX, on how his company is using SharePoint in their IT department.
Click on the video below once to play or double-click to view full screen. Alternatively, you can download the video in WMV format from here.
If you're interested in more information about SharePoint Server 2007, here are the links that are listed at the end of the video:
Entwicklung Entwickeln für SharePoint SP1 und SP0 Tools Using the Virtual Earth Control in SharePoint