Here on the Blog, I have posted about the In-person Licensing Bootcamps that we are doing across the U.S. in the East Region, Central Region, and West Region. Have you attended one yet? If not (or even if you have and want a refresher), why not attend our upcoming Virtual Licensing Bootcamp!  That’s right, you can attend these upcoming sessions from anywhere, right in front of your computer. Attending a Boot Camp can help you differentiate your services from your competitors and most importantly, help you be recognized as a Microsoft Partner specializing in providing licensing solutions and services.

We will teach what you should know about Microsoft’s licensing programs for small & medium business customers, how to choose the right licensing for your customer, how to leverage Microsoft tools to accurately quote customers and how you can increase your revenue and close deals by leveraging the correct licensing programs and current Microsoft Incentive Programs.

We will also cover the specifics around Windows Server 2008 and Virtualization. The Windows Server 2008 operating system, with its built-in Web and virtualization technologies, is the most robust, security-rich, and reliable foundation from Microsoft to date. Use it to develop, deliver, and manage dynamic applications and engaging user experiences. Virtualization is on everybody's mind, and with good reason. It's a critical, sea-changing concept with wide-reaching implications. The idea that you can make pools of dynamic resources with unlimited capacity available to users anywhere at any time is extraordinary.

Here is the Bootcamp agenda:

  • Session 1: Open Business & Open Value Licensing
  • Session 2: Windows Server 2008 and Virtualization

Join us for one of our Virtual Open License Boot Camps, hosted by the Microsoft U.S. Central Region.  Register today for one or both session at the links below:

Thank you and have a wonderful day,

Eric Ligman
Global Partner Experience Lead
Microsoft Worldwide Partner Group
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