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As you read in Jeff’s blog post this morning, there’s a lot going on for System Center at TechEd Europe this year in Berlin!
In fact, System Center is one of the featured demonstrations in this afternoon’s IT Pro keynote, presented by Stephen Elop and Robert Wahbe, and starting at 3:30pm Berlin time. Jeff will be presenting our “System Center and Windows Server 2008 R2 – Better Together” story, showing a number of the exciting new capabilities that you can leverage in your environments and datacenters.
For those of you who were unable to make this outstanding event, you can watch a live stream of the keynote via the Microsoft TechEd Global Pressroom.
Enjoy the show, and give a BIG round of applause for Jeff when he enters!!
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