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We are truly disappointed by how many are effected by the current flight situation in Northern Europe. Not only are there impacts to the guests of MMS, but also to our colleagues, event staff and partners. We really hope you can make it to Vegas, even if it is a day later.
Watch the MMS keynotes on the web!
Come view the Microsoft Management Summit executive keynotes live on the web. Don’t miss this opportunity to see our top executives discuss the latest IT Management news, strategies, and solutions from Microsoft, and how to apply them in your organization.
The Microsoft News Center will have access to the streams, and we will link from the MMShome page. Also make sure to follow the event hashtag #mms2010 for the latest updates.
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