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Hey everyone, I wanted to just let you know we have a webcast coming up next week. We hope you can join us.
Start Date: Wednesday, June 02, 2010 10:00 AM Pacific Time (US & Canada) Session Length: 60 minutes
Session Overview: The next release of Microsoft System Center Configuration Manager is coming. For more than a decade, Microsoft Systems Management Server and Configuration Manager have been used by thousands of customers and partners to deliver classic management capabilities to clients and servers. As we enter a new generation of IT technology, the System Center flagship product is evolving. In this webcast, we present the Microsoft vision for user-centric client management, and we demonstrate the changes since Configuration Manager 2007 using a functioning product to showcase some of these major improvements. This session promises to be very interesting, so you know you can't miss it.
You can register online here. This is the link for the Technet event page.
Jeff Wettlaufer Sr. Technical Product Manager System Center
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