Microsoft Windows Vista – Application Compatibility Training Webcasts!

Attention everyone!!! 

A great webcast series starts tomorrow! 

windowsvistalogoJoin the Microsoft Windows Vista Deployment team of experts as they provide IT Pros and Partners with the necessary tools and understanding to migrate existing Windows Applications to the Windows Vista Operating System. This webcast series will guide participants through a series of presentations and demos designed to empower them with the knowledge and tools necessary to evaluate, test and mitigate applications for compatibility on Windows Vista.

Although most applications developed for Windows XP SP2 will probably work well on Windows Vista, application compatibility breaks are inevitable due to new innovations, security tightening, and increased reliability. In this training, attendees will learn about the most common compatibility problems and will be given tools to help facilitate application compatibility testing, debugging, and mitigation for the highest quality Windows Vista experience.

The speakers in this are the best-of-the-best and have been on the front lines deploying Vista for the past 18 months. Attendees will experience high level content loaded with in-depth technical information.

You won’t want to miss this series! If you can’t make the “live” presentation an on-demand version of the webcast is available on the very next day after the live broadcast.

  • Application Compatibility in 50 Days
    Date: Thursday, May 8, 2008
    Speaker: Steve Campbell, Deployment Segment Architect Lead, Microsoft
    Level: 300-400
    Length: 60 Minutes
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    Session Description:  Deploying Windows Vista in the Enterprise has moved from “We’ll see…” to “Let’s get it done” and application compatibility is typically identified as the biggest blocker to a successful, low-cost migration. In this session we’ll identify the tools, technologies and best practices that have been used successfully by Microsoft Services and partners to minimize and/or eliminate many of the perceived (and real) challenges customers experience with both ISV and internally developed applications running on Windows Vista.
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