Lync Voice Briefing, December 7 in Bellevue, Washington

Learn how Microsoft Lync can peacefully co-exist with current voice infrastructures or completely replace PBX systems at your own pace. The Microsoft Voice specialist team will be stepping through a voice deployment example addressing questions such as: How can the voice team administer voice separate from Lync or Exchange teams? How do I integrate Lync into…

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Microsoft Accessibility – Technology for Everyone

July 27, 11:00 a.m. (PT), 12:00 p.m. (MT) Reserve your seat, virtual seating is limited http://net.educause.edu/live1121 “Our vision is to create innovative technology that is accessible to everyone and that adapts to each person’s needs. Accessible technology eliminates barriers for people with disabilities and it enables individuals to take full advantage of their capabilities.” —Bill…

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Microsoft Cloud Services and Accessibility

“Our vision is to create innovative technology that is accessible to everyone and that adapts to each person’s needs. Accessible technology eliminates barriers for people with disabilities and it enables individuals to take full advantage of their capabilities.” —Bill Gates, Chairman, Microsoft Corporation, microsoft.com/enable Live@edu and Microsoft Office 365 brings together cloud versions of Microsoft’s…

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Windows 8 Announced

Microsoft announced the next version of Windows, internally code-named “Windows 8,” to help the partners build devices that take advantage of the new user experience.  As part of this technical preview, Mike Angiulo, corporate vice president of Windows Planning, Hardware and PC Ecosystem at Microsoft, demonstrated how “Windows 8” is optimized for newer touch-centric hardware,…

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Center for Advanced Technologies co-presents using Microsoft SharePoint Platform

I just got off the phone with Mark Dunkel, one of my favorite SharePoint gurus at Microsoft, and he tells me this up-coming webcast is one of the most inspiring demonstrations of Microsoft SharePoint technologies for both higher education and K12 customers. This is a special, co-hosted webcast between Microsoft and the Center for Advanced…

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Windows 7 is Common Criteria Certified

Our friends over at the FutureFed blog reported that Windows 7 has passed the Common Criteria (CC) certification process and achieved Evaluation Assurance Level 4 with augmentation (EAL4+). Common Criteria certification is an international standard recognized by 26 member nations including the United States and is a procurement requirement for U.S. Defense and national security…

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Upcoming Public Sector Development Events

Microsoft is recording presentations from the Microsoft Public Sector Developer Roadshow and other events.  Be sure to check out Visual Studio Team System and the rest of the 2010 Wave! 5/12/11   14:00-15:00 EDT Webcast Overview of Visual Studio 2010 David Baliles IT Decision Maker, Pro Dev/Programmer 5/19/11 14:00-15:00 EDT Webcast Feature Demonstration of Microsoft Visual Studio…

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Microsoft U.S. Innovative Education Forum

The Innovative Education Forum (IEF) is part of a worldwide program from Microsoft Partners in Learning. The program recognizes innovative educators and schools implementing 21-century skills in the classroom and the school community with the goal of improving teaching and learning. The Innovative Education Forum seeks to showcase creative and inspiring examples of how educators…

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Unified Communications User Groups in Portland and Boise

What’s Your Unified Communications Strategy?Come to hear other’s strategies as well!   Register for April 6th in Boise Idaho at Microsoft Office 401 West Front Street, Suite 400   Register for April 7th in Portland, Oregon at Microsoft Office 1414 NW Northrup Street, Suite 900   We are starting a forum for computer professionals in…

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Windows MultiPoint Server 2011

Just a quick update on Microsoft MultiPoint Server 2011 – this product is geared towards K-12 classrooms but something everyone should be aware of. Buying more computers to provide additional students with access to technology is not the only expense schools are worried about; there are also budget considerations for energy and maintenance. With Windows…

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