Another borderline advertisement for a pretty good talk about migrating to Windows 7. Here’s the blurb I got passed:
On Thursday, September 24, Mark Russinovich will host a virtual roundtable for IT pros worldwide to discuss Windows 7 Application Compatibility Part 2: Virtualization. This is a chance for IT pros to learn all about Windows 7 Application Compatibility, Virtualization and answer any deployment and management questions that they may have.
Virtualization is great. I have one physical machine on which I am building OneNote in one operating system instance, using a Spanish version of Windows and OneNote in another, and using a third instance to run Windows XP for testing. I’ll be tuned in here to get the latest on XP mode in Windows 7 as well. There is an ical appointment item attached below my signature if you want to add this meeting to your calendar application of choice. And look below for how to submit questions if you want. While this is aimed at IT pros, it looks like the technology will be going more mainstream, so this may be a good chance to get started. Hope to “see” you there.
Springboard Series Virtual Roundtable
Windows 7 Application Compatibility Part 2: Virtualization
Date: Thursday, September 24
Time: 9:00am Pacific Time
Hear from a panel of experts how virtualization tools can help you with application compatibility concerns whether you’re migrating from Windows Vista or Windows XP. Join us to discuss how presentation virtualization, desktop virtualization and application virtualization can reduce testing times, expedite deployment and ultimately help you streamline PC management. We’ll cover the latest desktop virtualization technologies from Microsoft, including App-V, MED-V and XP Mode for Windows 7. Plus we share tips and tricks and demonstrate free tools to analyze and fix applications while answering your questions live during the event. Missed Part 1? Watch the replay.
As part of the “virtual” experience, you may submit your questions about Windows 7 Application Compatibility to the panel live during the event—or submit questions in advance to firstname.lastname@example.org.