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Hi folks,

it is not often I put out an ask like this, but on Eileen Browns excellent blog she has the following around Exchange 2007 (http://blogs.technet.com/eileen_brown/archive/2006/06/16/technet_events.aspx):

Exchange - going small or large?

A lot of the questions I get when I'm out at the roadshow are about Exchange and what Exchange 2007 can do for organisations. <lots snipped>

When I decided on the content this year, I went for topics that I thought would appeal to people wanting to know about up and coming technologies.  An overview of the new features in 2007 Office System, Exchange 2007 and Vista, with the new features of Windows Server R2, and ISA Server too.

But I reckon that 75% of the questions that I've had this week concern Small Business Server and various aspects of SBS architecture.

So my question is...Should we include an SBS track in future events?  and if so, what do you want us to cover on this potential SBS track?  Should we deliver this event in conjunction with Partners at their offices (which may mean smaller events and audiences) or carry on with larger events that hold an SBS track.  I'd love to know your thoughts.  Add your comments, and let me know as our planning for next year has just started...

Not only is the question an excellent one, but if you want to get another part of Microsoft delivering content for you and your technical customers, should now - go to her blog and post an answer on the comments section!!  Go to http://blogs.technet.com/eileen_brown/archive/2006/06/16/technet_events.aspx to do so.

ttfn

David


Posted Sun, Jun 25 2006 11:36 PM by David Overton

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