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Happy Holidays everyone, we got some really exciting news this morning. The System Center and Windows 7 Technet Edge video recently recorded with Brad Anderson, CVP recorded the highest single month viewership, 29278, in EDGE history.
This means a few things. First – you guys are really interested in Windows 7 and System Center. This type of interest shows you guys are looking for content on how to get Windows 7 and System Center rolling now. Well, we are listening. We have just recorded some new Windows 7 System Center videos and demos, and understanding the holidays are here, we should be able to get them online pretty quickly.
Thanks for your time, and for visiting the site. From the System Center team, I would like to wish everyone a happy holiday season, and many successes in 2010.
Jeff Wettlaufer Sr. Technical Product Manager System Center
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