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Hot on the heels of the Virtualisation Summit, comes the all-important Management Summit.  Now, before you get too excited and start booking your flights, this isn’t the MMS that’s held annually in Las Vegas, so put those chips away.  This is the UK’s very own MMS, taking the best bits of MMS in Las Vegas (which is held a few weeks before), and providing it for you, in London.

So, what’s the deal?

MMS UK 2010 will provide the best possible opportunity to learn about the latest IT Management products, solutions and technologies from Microsoft and how to apply them in your organization. With a number of significant management product releases and announcements planned from Microsoft in the coming year, including some early Beta releases, this is an opportunity you won't want to miss!

This 1-day event will provide you with an understanding of the latest technical updates on Desktop, Datacenter, Device and Cloud management features and solutions from Microsoft. The event will share more expert knowledge and information than ever, covering current System Center products as well as Windows platform management solutions for Virtualisation of servers and desktops and applications.

Please mark your calendar for Microsoft Management Summit (MMS) UK 2010 on Tuesday 18 May 2010 in London. Join us and interact live with Microsoft, key Partners and early adopter Customers in this informative event near you. (Twitter – #mmsuk2010)

What’s on the agenda?  Well, I’d say some very cool stuff (but you knew I’d say that, right?)  The sessions range from Management as Part of a Virtualisation Strategy, through to System Center Configuration Manager v.Next, and from what’s new in System Center Operations Manager (since 2007 R2), through to detailed overviews of Opalis, System Center Essentials 2010, Data Protection Manager 2010 and the upcoming Service Manager 2010.  A full day’s work, but very worthwhile if you need a refresher on Microsoft management technologies.

Registrations aren’t available just yet (should be soon, and I’ll blog it when they are) but save the date in your diary for now – 18th May 2010.