TechNet Online Media Update: May 2007
Access TechNet webcasts, virtual labs, and podcasts for information on the latest products and technologies from Microsoft. During webcasts, see technical demonstrations and hear subject matter experts answer your questions. Take part in a virtual lab to evaluate and test Microsoft’s newest server products. Stream or download podcasts on your favorite podcast software or mobile device. No registration is required—just click and listen.
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Learn how Windows Server code name “Longhorn” delivers unprecedented availability and management capabilities to deliver a significantly more secure, reliable, and robust server environment than ever before. Leverage these webcasts, virtual labs, and podcasts to explore Windows Server “Longhorn” today.
See how Microsoft Forefront helps provide greater protection and control over the security of your network infrastructure. Test drive Forefront in our virtual labs and learn more about this family of business security products in our webcasts. Even take them to-go with our new podcasts. Learn how you can improve your security for the client operating system, application servers, and the network edge.
Get online access to content before, during, and after Tech·Ed. Webcasts give you and your peers live and on-demand access to information presented by Tech·Ed experts. Virtual labs are always available to provide hands-on product evaluation with no complex setup or installation. Watch for simulcast sessions from Tech·Ed and the Best of Tech·Ed webcasts and virtual labs, which feature top sessions and labs as selected by Tech·Ed attendees. These great training experiences are free to everyone—including non-attendees.
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