The Springboard Series Tour Is Back, and Partly Cloudy! (“Cloudy April” – Part 14)

The SpringBoard Series Tour

Meet the tour guidesThey’re back!  Once again the road to TechEd is paved with Springboard Series goodness.  The new tour starts May 2, 2011 in Toronto, and wings its around the country for several stops, delivering lots of great sessions and useful information, all on their way to TechEd in Atlanta.

“But is it information about the cloud?  Why are you talking about it in your cloudy series?”

Yes it is, as a matter of fact.  Among other things, the guys will be giving the lucky attendees some good information about Office 365 and Windows InTune

Here is the text from the series tour web site:

The Tour is back.

The road is a cloudy placeJoin us for a full day as we take you through a deep dive into the tools, solutions and options to help you do more with less. We will cover managing the flexible workspace, a first look at Windows Intune and Office 365. We’ll also show you some of the new Windows Slates and give you details around Microsoft’s strategy for Slate devices. We will preview the new tools in the MDOP 2011 suite, a deep dive into managing and deploying Office 2010 and great tips and tricks to help you deploy Windows 7 and move your users from Windows XP with speed and ease.

Register now and save your seat for this free day of technical demos, Q&A sessions, and real-world guidance from Microsoft experts!

Tour stops are:

And finally arriving May 16 at TechEd in Atlanta.  The event is free, but slots are limited, so register early!

Will you meet up with the tour?  Will I see you at TechEd this year?  Let me know in the comments.

And check back tomorrow for Part 15, in which I’ll introduce you to a new cloud-based desktop PC management tool.

4 thoughts on “The Springboard Series Tour Is Back, and Partly Cloudy! (“Cloudy April” – Part 14)

  1. What?  No Minneapolis again?  I'm beginning to seriously question just how much pull you really have around there. 😛


  2. Notice that all but the Toronto date are in cities that are in Microsoft's "US Central Region", which is great as far as I'm concerned.  Usually it's the coasts that seem to get all the love.  🙂


  3. Yeah, they go where the people are within the region, I guess.  I'm a little puzzled by the Indy-to-Dallas-to-Columbus-to-Atlanta part, as it seems a little heavy on the driving, but I'm guessing that was more a result of scheduling than anything else.
    We'll just have to cross our fingers for the next one! 🙂  Orrr… lobby to get TechEd here. 😀


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