bustour3Hey everyone, we just came out of a meeting in Building 37 with our friends Stephen Rose and Jeremy Chapman, talking about the European Bus tour.  Building on the North American tour from last year, the boys are off to travel through Europe with some great cities on the list. 

What is the Springboard Bus Tour?  The tour is a rolling show, in the US literally on a bus, that travels to you to talk about Windows 7, MDOP, Office and of course System Center.  Last year the tour covered a list of Canadian and US destinations, and at the moment they are running through Europe.  The sessions are technical, run by experts from Redmond and our MVP community, and on our current, latest technology. 

If you are thinking about Windows 7, MDOP, Office and System Center interoperability, this tour is something you will really benefit from attending.  For a list of the locations and dates, check out the tour schedule here, where you can also register.

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Amsterdam, Netherlands

Monday, 25 October

Schuberg Philis
Boeing Avenue 271
1119 PD Schiphol-Rijk
The Netherlands

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Stockholm, Sweden

Wednesday, 27 October

Microsoft Campus AB in Akalla
Meeting Room: Vision
Finlandsgatan 36, Akalla
Stockholm

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Helsinki, Finland

Friday, 29 October

HTC Helsinki
Kolumbus Auditorium
Tammasaarenkatu 1-5
00180 Helsinki, Finland

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Reading, UK

Monday, 1 November

Microsoft Campus, Reading
Building 3, Ground Floor, Chicago 2
Thames Valley Park
Reading

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Rome, Italy

Wednesday, 3 November

Viale Avignone, 10
00144 Roma (RM)
ITALIA

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Vienna, Austria

Thursday, 4 November

Microsoft Campus, Austria
Am Euro Platz 3
1120 Wien

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System Center, Management and Security Division
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