Earlier this week, I posted about the upcoming Support for Windows XP SP2 Ends July, 2010 - Understand the options webcast taking place tomorrow to ensure you were aware of what this milestone means on the desktop operating system front.  Another very important thing to remember about the July, 2010 timeframe is that support for Windows Server 2000 ends then as well.  This means that now is a very important time be connecting with your clients still running Windows 2000 Server about plans to move to Windows Server 2008.

To help with this conversation, we are conducting an Academy Live webcast for Partners on January 15, 2010 from 8:00 – 9:00 am PST where you can learn about conversation starters, tools, and methodologies for helping your customers migrate off Windows 2000 to Windows Server 2008 R2.

Take a few moments now and register to attend the Windows 2000 Server Academy Live session.  Then be sure to join us for the webcast on January 15th.

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