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EnergizeIT 2009 - Resources
EnergizeIT - Anything is Possible
Damir Bersinic, Senior IT Pro Advisor, Microsoft Canada

EnergizeIT 2010 program and schedule details are now available! Visit the homepage for more details today at www.energizeIT.ca

If you were unable to attend one of the EnergizeIT 2009 events held in 17 cities across Canada in Spring 2009, or want to brush up on some of the material presented, you are in the right place. Here you will find resources used during the various EnergizeIT 2009 events allowing you to plan your path from the Client to the Cloud.

Learn how the Business Productivity Online Suite frees IT Pros from routine maintenance, or how Windows Azure provides developers with a scalable platform in the cloud. See how Windows® 7 and Windows Server® 2008 R2 can provide a richer platform for you as a Developer or IT Professional, and how new virtualization options can help you solve key application compatibility issues.

We hope you enjoy these resources. And remember, we’re always available as a resource as well. Email me at damirb@microsoft.com

Stay tuned here for more EnergizeIT tour details here after Christmas 2009 for late February/March 2010 cities and dates.

EnergizeIT 2009 Event Resources Are Now Available for Download.

Client to the Cloud

Learn about Windows 7, Windows Live, the Microsoft Business Productivity Online Suite (BPOS), and Windows Azure and how they provide a flexible platform for your applications today and tomorrow.

Event Resources

Additional Resources

Future of the Microsoft Platform

Learn how Windows 7 and Windows Server® 2008 R2 can be integrated into your current environment to help overcome application compatibility and other challenges you face today and tomorrow.

Event Resources

Additional Resources

Architecting Flexibility

This is your opportunity to get an understanding of how you can combine the flexibility of how you deliver and manage your resources with the choice of user experience.

Event Resources

Additional Resources

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