The Microsoft Across America team will be in Portland, Oregon delivering three seminars demonstrating how to drive your business. These educational events are free of charge and specially designed for business owners. Through demonstrations and face-to-face interaction with Microsoft Technology Specialists, attendees will learn how to save time and money while driving efficiency and profitability.
TS2 – Target Audience: Microsoft Partners
Microsoft’s TS2 seminars teach attendees how to increase revenue with Small Business Accounting, Point of Sale, and compelling sales tools. During this seminar, Microsoft Technology Specialists also will discuss enhancements made in Small Business Server SP1 and cover Windows Server Update Services.
TechNet – Target Audience: IT Pros
This event dives deep into the technical aspects of Microsoft’s solutions providing participants with a detailed knowledge of product offerings and operations. TechNet briefings are presented by technology specialists with real-world implementation experience of Microsoft products and technologies. Deploying wireless networks, upgrading desktop software and understanding server security considerations are the key focus points of this seminar.
MSDN – Target Audience: Developers
Presented by Microsoft developer experts and designed for professional developers, this event is packed with intense, how-to technical information. Attendees will be able to get answers to their tough questions and have an opportunity to exchange ideas with other developers in their local community. The event includes live demos and code samples. In addition, attendees can download session information immediately following the event for more hands-on learning and easy reference
These seminars are offered at no charge but seating is limited. Attendees are encouraged to register by visiting www.microsoft.com/acrossamerica.
Attendees may also register via telephone by calling 1-877-673-8368.
Official Website: http://www.microsoft.com/acrossamerica
Added by katietrautmann on October 20, 2008