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Hey everyone, you may have recently heard about the upcoming CEP for Opalis, from Adam at this post. We wanted to let you know that shortly we will be providing details of 2 additional CEPs for Forefront Endpoint protection and Configuration Manager v.Next.
The CEP program is designed as a regular cadence of webcasts, interviews, demonstrations and learning experiences directly to you from the Product Team. The people who designed, built and are shipping the products will be involved in delivering the CEP programs, hosted by our Technical Product Management team.
These programs are Free. They are designed to get you the information you need to successfully evaluate the upcoming products before they are released. The program membership will be hosted out of the Microsoft Connect program, and will be open to customers and partners who want to understand planning, deployment, test scenarios, and learn/share best practices. In addition to access to the Product teams, the CEP will offer a structured approach for connecting with a community of peers. Members of the CEP community will be asked to participate through the sharing of learning's, questions and experiences.
We will also be utilizing a series of social channels to assist you in your engagement and learning. Contests, draws and incentives for participation will hopefully drive your engagement, peer connections and community participation. All of course are voluntary.
So, look for the details on these 2 new CEP announcements to hit this week, and we really hope to see you join the programs.
Jeff Wettlaufer Sr Technical Product Manager System Center, Management and Security Division
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