On Demand Webcast: Windows Server 2008 in Education

Technology is changing very rapidly, and the solutions available to assist you and your school are changing too. Have you ever felt challenged to stay ahead of the offerings curve? This webcast is part of a series designed to assist you in staying updated on the offerings and opportunities available to you from Microsoft and how you can leverage them in your school to save money and to recapture what we are all looking for in Education—TIME.


Join Windows Product Specialist, Michael Greene for a discussion of features and technologies being introduced in Windows Server 2008 that provide benefit and value to Educational institutions. Topics will include:

  • Multicast

  • Network Access

  • Password Policies

  • Server Core

  • Terminal Services

  • Branch Office server solutions


Michael Greene, Technology Specialist, Microsoft US Public Sector—Education, has been with Microsoft since 2004, exclusively dedicated to Education.  Before joining Microsoft, Michael worked for a Gold Partner in the Midwest where he was an IT design/architect for solutions in management, deployment, messaging, directory services, and security.  For more information see Michael Greene’s BLOG.


Please take this opportunity to look at how Windows Server 2008 can fit into and benefit your institution.


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