OH CANADA – just a reminder that 2005 will bring you a SBS event to remember!

Date: January 11, 2005
Time: 6:30 – 8:30 PM
Location: Microsoft Canada – Mississauga

OK Toronto and area SBSers! The first meeting of the year for the Toronto
Windows Server User Group (TWSUG) – and it is all SBS. And look a the
drawing cards we have for the event!


Session 1 – Migrating Windows Domains using Swing Migration
Presenter: Jeff Middleton – US Microsoft MVP for SBS 2003

Session 2 – Windows Small Business Server – A Year in Review
Presenter: Harry Brelsford – Author and US Microsoft MVP for SBS 2003

Event information here…

http://www.twsug.com/Default.aspx?tabid=62



Jeff is just back from his 5 week presentation tour through Australia – with resounding great response all the way. You want to know about his Swing migration? Waiting to finally move up to SBS2k3? Here is an opportunity to see, hear and ask those “what if?” questions about the process. Here is Jeff’s web site… http://www.sbsmigration.com/


Harry is in Toronto the same day with his own One-Day Workshop in Windows Small Business Server 2003 – Strategies to build your SBS consulting practice; How to integrate SBS with Office 2003; Technical tips and tricks to extend SBS. Harry has graciously accepted an invitation to present at our evening session. Check out Harry’s event here… http://www.smbnation.com/smb_nation_summits.htm


But wait – there is more! We are up to a count of 9 SBS MVP’s that will be on site that evening! A wonderful opportunity to meet the anchors of so many community resources you depend upon. We want this to be your chance to ask questions, and share your own hard earned knowledge with your Peers. TWSUG membership is NOT required to attend. There is NO charge to attend. Please – tell others about the event. We want this to be the start of a really great year!

One Thought on “OH CANADA – just a reminder that 2005 will bring you a SBS event to remember!

  1. Hi Susan,

    I’ve registered myself, and I can’t wait to attend my first SMB Nation Summit!!! I’m not too far from the big smoke "Toronto" (aprox 2 – 2.5 hrs) but I plan to "camp" the night before in TO, since trying to get into the city in the morning is a nightmare! So if there are any others coming down that live nort of TO, it would be a good idea to head down the night before! Also, can anyone in that area recommend a good hotel? One with a Pool would be favoriable. =]

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