Windows 7 – Partner readiness day – Virtual event – May 7th 2009

Location – www.WindowsPartnerReadinessDay.com

Time – 8:00am-2:45pm (Pacific Time) 3:00-9:30pm (Universal Time) 4.00-10.30pm (UK Time)

Registration – The event is FREE, register here and be notified the day prior with the link to the live feed of the event.

At this event you will have the opportunity to learn about Windows 7, the next-generation operating system from Microsoft. Online attendees can take advantage of the readiness and marketing tools made available specifically for partners to help prepare for the Windows 7 business opportunity.

There are 2 separate tracks

Track 1: VARs, Distributors, LARs, System Builders and SI’s Track – Times are in Pacific Time (PDT)

Time

Topic

8:00-8:30am

Keynote

8:30-9:15am

Introducing Windows 7

9:15-9:30am

Break

9:30-10:20

Easing Migration from Windows XP and Windows Vista to Windows 7

10:20-11:10pm

Windows 7 Professional Edition for Small and Medium Business

11:10am-12:00pm

7 Things to Know About Windows Activation in Windows 7

12:00-12:50pm

Windows Server 2008 R2 & Windows 7 Better Together

12:50-1:35pm

Windows 7 Volume Licensing

 

Track 2: ISV/IHV Track Agenda – Times are in Pacific Time (PDT)

Time

Topic

8:00-8:30am

Keynote

8:30-9:15am

Introducing Windows 7

9:15-9:30am

Break

9:30-10:05am

Insight into Windows 7 Ecosystem Vision

10:05-10:40am

Meet the Windows 7 Logo Program

10:40-11:15am

New Possibilities With Software

11:15-11:45am

New Possibilities With Hardware

Windows 7 Partner Readiness Day will provide the resources you need to become a Windows 7 expert and help better prepare you for customer conversations.

Microsoft executives and product experts will be on hand to answer all your questions and to provide you with a look at the following Microsoft product strategies:

  • Industry trends and how Windows 7 will affect the marketplace  
  • The business opportunities that Windows 7 brings for partners
  • An overview of the key steps and programs to get ready for Windows 7
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