...for this Wednesday, June 25th at 10 a.m. PST for the first in a series of interactive 'Webinars' that Microsoft and HP are collaborating on on Windows Home Server and the HP Mediasmart Server. We're conducting these to offer the broader community a chance to learn more about topics of interest to you - in an engaging, interactive way (via Live Meetings).
First up for this Wednesday: a discussion around ‘software add-ins’ for Windows Home Server, featuring guest Terry Walsh of WeGotServed.co.uk fame (along with representatives from MSFT and HP, of course).
Topics we’ll cover in future Webinars will include ‘Digital Photography and Windows Home Server’ and ‘the mobile traveler/user and Windows Home Server’. We encourage you to visit our Webinar page for additional details and updates on the event schedule, along with links to the event registration pages. Please also post a comment to us know if you have suggestions on future topics. We'd love to hear from you.
Thanks and don’t forget to REGISTER TODAY for this Wednesday’s Webinar! Look forward to seeing everybody online…
Update: We will be posting a link to the archived recording of this Webinar after the event (on this blog) Our apologies for the full registration...Clearly there's significant interest!
Will these webcasts be recorded and be available for download?
Hint: That would be a good idea as it will be 3am in Australia when it goes to air live!
Not sure if you are aware of this but the site for registration for the webcast -
http://msevents.microsoft.com/cui/WebCastEventDetails.aspx?EventID=1032381063&EventCategory=2&culture=en-US&CountryCode=US - says that the event is full and no more registrations are being accepted - that makes it even more important that it be recorded
and made available for watching later on.
Just answering the above questions: YES, this event will be recorded and archived for later viewing. I will post a link to the archive on the team blog after the event.
And apologies for the full registration....Unfortunately, we can't increase capacity. We'll get the archive link posted.