We are hosting a special event in Southern California on February 28th, from 8 AM - 1 PM at the Irvine Office. The session will be delivered by Stephen Rose with the Springboard team. Topics being covered are:
Is Vista Still Relevant? Windows Vista - The Path to 7
With Windows 7 on the horizon, is Vista still relevant? This presentation will cover why Vista is the best path to Windows 7 readiness as well as discuss the key underpinnings in the Windows 7 OS and product evolutions with Server 2008 R2, IPv6 and beyond. Focus will be around top 10 things IT Pros should know about Windows Vista and its evolution in Windows 7.
Welcome to Windows 7
This session will be an overview of the GUI and Feature improvements in Windows 7. This will include
• Task Bar/System Tray Improvements • Aero Features • System Improvements • Control Panels and Features • Desktop Improvements • IE 8 • Under The Hood
Windows 7 Deep Dive
Deep Dive One and Two will dig into Windows 7 and the new or redesigned under the hood features in the product. The topics covered will be:
• Microsoft’s understanding of the needs of IT Pros when designing Windows 7 • Hardware Readiness • Improved Applications • Application Compatibility • AIK • VHD Images and Imaging • DISM • Dynamic Driver Provisioning • Multicast Multiple Stream Transfer • Streamlined Installation and File Migration • USMT • DHCP Hint • Enterprise Application Compatibility • Windows Troubleshooting Platform
Office address is:
Three Park Plaza, Suite 1600 Irvine, CA 92614
1-877-673-8368, reference Event ID 1032404148
Before you get all worked up, if you cannot make the event in person, that is still not a problem. We will be simulcasting the event via Live Meeting. To register, go here: http://www.clicktoattend.com/?id=135966.
Please note that the Live Meeting session will have two way audio enabled, so please take advantage of this. As a fail safe, I will provide a conference bridge number on an as-needed basis. I only have 48 ports available so please keep that in mind.
I will be there in person and monitoring the Live Meeting interface as well. Please stop by and say hello.