Windows Connections 2006: Are you ready for a new day?

Windows Connections 2006: Are you ready for a new day?

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More news for IT Pros from Alex Heaton:

I wanted to let you know about an upcoming opportunity to get in-depth information on Windows Vista to help IT professionals planning their deployments.  The Windows Connections 2006 event is happening November 6-9th in Las Vegas, Nevada.  This is one of many events happening around the world to help business get ready for the arrival of Windows Vista, the 2007 Microsoft Office System, and Exchange Server 2007.

This conference will cover:

  • Keynote presentations from Ron Markezich, Chief Information Officer and Vice President of Managed Solutions at Microsoft; Steve Riley, Senior Security Strategist at Microsoft; and Mark Minasi.
  • And 15 demo sessions that cover Windows Vista, the 2007 Microsoft Office System, and Exchange Server 2007.

This event is sure to sell out so book now if you want to go.  I’ll  be providing details about other events happening too.

-          Alex Heaton

Comments
  • <p>My wife would never trust me to go to vegas!... Honey Im going to a Microsoft event in Las Vegas....yeah right!</p>

  • <p>Hey pretty nice that your giving away a brand new Harley Davidson motorcycle to one lucky attendee!</p> <p>Good choice, The guys from my IT department would love one of those! &nbsp;Imagine the speed at which you could get back to work on that when the servers have an electrical failure!</p>

  • <p>Micro$oft can keep Vista, Their new one time transfer to a new device SUCKS! What if I want a faster hdd and later wants to install a new motherboard or one gets a rootkit &nbsp;and has to do a reformat? No one thought of this I'd bet, Or if they did, Somebody really stupid thought this would be a great idea. Well It isn't liked in the Real World at all, Have Fun with the OEM only Vista Mr. Bill Gates.</p> <p>No PC user who builds their own PC will touch this OS, It's now Kryptonite and now rather expensive white elephant.</p> <p>[url]<a rel="nofollow" target="_new" href="http://techreport.com/ja.zz?comments=11012&amp;146584#">http://techreport.com/ja.zz?comments=11012&amp;146584#</a>[/url]</p>

  • <p>Just a thought here... wouldn't it be much more impressive if the website was running in the modern world of ASP.NET instead of plain old ASP? <a rel="nofollow" target="_new" href="http://winconnections.com/default.asp">http://winconnections.com/default.asp</a> &nbsp;Hmmm... &nbsp;C'mon, guys, get with the program! &nbsp;ASP.NET is great! &nbsp;</p>

  • <p>Are you guys planning any local Windows Vista / Office Launch events?</p> <p>Obviously I would love to go to Vegas but a local event in San Diego or LA would be more convenient.</p>

  • <p>Looks like theres some info on the net now about upcomming launch events:</p> <p><a rel="nofollow" target="_new" href="http://channel9.msdn.com/ShowPost.aspx?PostID=241086">http://channel9.msdn.com/ShowPost.aspx?PostID=241086</a></p> <p><a rel="nofollow" target="_new" href="http://www.andrewconnell.com/blog/archive/2006/09/06/4301.aspx">http://www.andrewconnell.com/blog/archive/2006/09/06/4301.aspx</a></p> <p>I can hardly wait for more info, guys your killing me. &nbsp;For me Vista is big big stuff but combined with the new Office 12 your talking about a major user interface change to the way people will work. &nbsp;Exciting times, just fingers crossed for a San Diego launch event where I can learn some new tricks in Vista and Office 12.</p>

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