One of the last times I posted something about Windows Vista my blog got lots and lots of hits. I also used the same animated graphic in that post. So… either Windows Vista is hot, or this picture is.
Anyway… I’m working on a Windows Vista presentation. I have one hour to convince folks not only that Vista has a lot of cool new functionality and features, but that Vista is a necessity in their businesses. Tough sell? Maybe… if you don’t know exactly what it can do to help your business.
“What do you want from me, Kevin?”
My question to you is: What would you want to know more about? Is there something you’ve heard of in Vista that you think a 60 minute talk should cover or “clarify” for you?
For example, the three main bullets on the Windows Vista intro web page currently hint at some really great stuff…
It enables a new level of confidence in the PCs so you can lower IT cost and help your users get more out of their PCs.
It introduces clear ways to organize and use information to help people focus on what’s most important.
It seamlessly connects your users and applications to the information, people, and devices they need to maximize their results.
“Confidence”. “Lower IT Cost”. “Get more out of…”. “ways to organize”. “seamlessly connects”. “maximize”. “and”. “to”….
Anything else jump out at you? Please enter comments!
“Where are you going to be delivering this presentation?”
I’m glad you asked! I’ll be speaking at three events being put together by Angelbeat.com:
I’d love to see you there!
PS – Their website says that the “Microsoft Keynote” (that’s me) will be about “Windows Vista, Windows Mobile 5.0, and Collaboration Technology”. Either they’ll be updating their web site soon to just say “Windows Vista”, or I’ll be learning a whole lot about Windows Mobile 5.0 in the next couple of weeks.