Working in conjunction with Windows-Hied listsrv representatives, Microsoft Education is pleased to host the 7th Windows Hied Conference at the Microsoft Campus in Redmond, WA, April 4th – 6th, 2011. As has always been the case for this event, it is NOT a sales or marketing event. Attendees generally have deep technical background in both Microsoft as well as UNIX/Linux operating systems. Presentation responsibilities are being split by Microsoft and customer attendees. This is an inexpensive opportunity for you to collaborate with your peers, in conjunction with the Microsoft product teams. See the details below and let me know if you have any questions. – Kevin
Join us for Windows HiEd!
Connect and collaborate with your higher education IT professional peers on deep technical topics covering evaluation, deployment, and support of Microsoft technologies. The 7th Windows HiEd Conference is coordinated and developed in conjunction with representatives of the Windows-Hied listsrv.
Who should attend?
Event content is modeled after the TechEd conference, targeting IT professionals and developers who work in a higher education institution. Tracks focus on infrastructure technologies – Windows Server, management, security, Windows Client, but also venture into collaboration, messaging and application platform areas as well. To facilitate optimal value, we attempt to alternate Microsoft presenters with “peer presentations” – sessions led and presented by and for customers.
What you’ll learn
Both Microsoft product managers and specialists as well as our customers will present and host sessions—all of which are geared toward technical topics that help you better understand new and future Microsoft products and technologies as well as best practices and insights for deploying and supporting.
This conference is designed to allow our Higher Education customers:
To Register click here or follow this link – https://reg.shworldwide.com/Reg.aspx?Page=LoginPage&Event=HigherEdu2011