Webcast Invitation: Windows Vista Activation Overview for Education Customers – May 3, 2007 1:00pm CDT


 










You are invited to join the


Windows Vista Volume Activation Overview


“Everything You Need and Want to Know”


Live Meeting Webcast


 


May 3rd, 2007 – 1:00 to 2:30 pm. Central Time


 



Understand key changes made to product activation and get your questions answered by Microsoft


Learn about resources available to support your deployment efforts


Register Now: http://msevents.microsoft.com/CUI/EventDetail.aspx?EventID=1032338170&Culture=en-US


Presentation URL: https://www.livemeeting.com/cc/msevents/join?id=1032338170&role=attend&pw=K2GB3Q


 


Are you ready?


Given the changes around software activation with the Vista release, many customers have questions and are not certain of the new process or best practices to deploy within their education environment.  We will talk through these options and share best practices in this area.






 


v  Volume Activation


 


v  Key Management Service/Multiple Activation Key – understanding your options


 


v  Software Protection Platform


 


v  Common Design Scenarios for the Education Environment


 


There are many resources available to help answer your questions and support your migration efforts.  An updated Resource Guide will be forwarded to all registrants


 


We will also be giving away a limited number of the following resources:


                              


Vista Product Guide – A comprehensive feature-by-feature guide – the definitive resource to learn about Vista


 


Vista Plain and Simple – Learn how to get things done simply in Vista – ISBN# 9780735622685


Windows Vista offers value to you and your school


With the right OS, you can spend less time dealing with problems and more time focusing on meeting the needs of your educational community The Windows Vista operating system can help you:


                                                                 


v  Keep your PCs running smoothly and more securely with less IT support


 


v  Enhance communication and collaboration among students, teachers, administrators, and parents


 


v  Connect students and educators to the information and resources they need


 


v  Improve your flexibility and use of resources


 


v  Finally, lower the cost of deploying, managing, and supporting your schools PCs by helping you to optimize your desktop infrastructure.


 


There is a wealth of information and resources available to assist you in planning, deploying and understanding Windows Vista.  We will point you to some of the best.


 


 

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