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I am spending this week in Orlando, Florida, working at the TechEd 2008 - IT Professionals conference. I am at the System Center Data Protection Manager 2007 booth in the TLC (Technical Learning Center). I will be showing DPM's ability to protect Windows Server, SQL Server, Exchange Server, SharePoint Server and Virtualization workloads. If you are attending the conference, feel free to drop by and chat about DPM or any other topic of interest to you. Below is a map of the TLC area and where you can find me...
If you're not attending the event, be sure to check it virtually via webcasts and information being released about new products and technologies, like Virtual Machine Manager 2008, Desktop Virtualization and Identity Lifecycle Manager "v2" (just to name a few). Here are a few links (including a playback of Bob Muglia's keynote earlier today):