Join us at Microsoft’s Redmond headquarters for the “home-field” event of the SMB MVP Worldwide Roadshow. This is one you will not want to miss! We’ve joined forces with our friends to the south in Portland, The Technology Wizards (www.technologywizards.com), to bring in nine Microsoft MVPs for two power-packed days, Friday in Portland, and Saturday in Redmond. For the Redmond event, arrive at 9 AM for coffee and pastries and a chance to mingle with the MVPs before our 10 AM event start time. If you’re feeling the need for travel, sign up for Portland and Redmond’s events and join us … Continue reading September 17, 2011 SMB MVP Community Roadshow
Thank you Steve Holland for getting the word out on this. Doing a Microsoft migration from SBS 2003 to SBS 2008? Download the latest (as of this blog post) migration help file to your SBS08 box BEFORE you start.
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Jeff Middleton, Founder of SBSmigration.com 5W/50 Webcast! LEARN MORE: Join Jeff for the Microsoft webcast! Live today, or the recording after the event. Presented by Jeff Middleton Migration Concepts with SBS 2008 Microsoft Partners 5W/50 Series January 9, 20099:00 AM – 10:00 AM Time Zone (GMT-08:00) Pacific Time (US & Canada) Register for the Webcast: https://training.partner.microsoft.com/plc/details.aspx?publisher=12&delivery=259602 Migration projects pose unique challenges for IT Consultants. The goal is to move a customer’s server infrastructure into a new product and platform with a process that is both predictable and profitable.Jeff Middleton will present the concepts of the Microsoft documented “join to … Continue reading 5W/50 Webcast covering migrations to SBS 2008