December 2006 TechNet Webcasts and Virtual Labs

Upcoming TechNet Webcasts: December 2006

TechNet webcasts are designed specifically for the IT Professional, offering in-depth information on how to plan, deploy, and manage Microsoft products and technologies, such as Microsoft SQL Server, Microsoft Exchange Server, Windows Server, Microsoft Internet Information Services, and Microsoft Content Management Server.


TechNet Webcast Series: Upcoming & On-Demand


Upcoming TechNet Webcasts

·          By Topic

·          By Product/Technology


·         TechNet Events and Webcasts blogger site.

·         Check out the TechNet Webcasts Weblog.


Interactive TechNet Webcast Calendar

Upcoming TechNet webcasts in a dynamic, interactive format.


Interactive Security Webcast Calendar

Upcoming Security webcasts in a dynamic, interactive format.



Now you can register for an on-demand webcast and choose how you would like to view the archive (for webcasts that took place December 1, 2004 or later). Register to view an on-demand webcast and download a .wmv of the webcast immediately. By registering, you will also receive a confirmation email the following day with a link to the PPT download.


Additional Webcast Resources



TechNet Webcasts


2007 Microsoft Office System: Plan and Deploy with Confidence

Find the tools and information you need to quickly and successfully deploy the 2007 Microsoft Office system. Get the inside scoop on key features and components of the 2007 release, and learn the benefits of deploying it within your organization. Look into the new components around enterprise content management, enterprise project management, collaboration, and business intelligence, and hear information on common deployment and integration scenarios that can help you make better choices when planning your roll-out.


Also, take part in our 2007 Microsoft Office System Virtual Labs and apply what you’ve learned in a guided, hands-on environment.


Identity and Access Management: Deploy, Administer, Secure, Operate

Maintaining access rights across multiple internal tools and solutions can be a constant source of pain for growing IT departments. Tune in to this series of webcasts and learn how you can build a solid foundation of identity and access in your organization. Our subject matter experts show you how you can balance security and flexibility to achieve efficient and centralized management of multiple platforms.


TechNet Podcasts
Listen to Microsoft webcast and media content whenever and wherever you want. You can stream or download these audio podcasts in your favorite podcast software or mobile device, and quickly and easily access content with RSS feeds. Microsoft podcasts are free and do not require registration—just click and listen.


Event and Webcast Notifications

Stay up to date on live webcasts and in-person events offered by Microsoft. Sign up for this monthly email and receive a customized newsletter that notifies you of upcoming live webcasts available for the products and topics you have selected, and upcoming in-person events in your state.


Interactive IT Professional Webcast Calendar

§   Interactive Security Webcast Calendar


TechNet Webcasts Weblog.


Tune In and Win!
Attend any live webcast December 1, 2006-June 30, 2007, and you could win a Microsoft Zune 30 GB digital media player. See official rules for more details. Offer open to residents of the U.S. only.


Additional Live and On-Demand Webcast Series Available Now:


§   Active Directory

§   Agility Now: Take Control of Your IT Infrastructure

§   Best of TechNet Webcasts

§   Business Intelligence with SQL Server 2005

§   Desktop Deployment

§   Exchange Server in Depth

§   Group Policy


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