Are you a partner in the US that is interested in learning more about Small Business Server 2011 as a Microsoft partner? If so, here’s a great opportunity for you. The Microsoft TS2 team is currently putting on a Windows Small Business Server 2011 launch roadshow in cities across the US.

The session will include Small Business Server 2011 sales-focused discussions on how to overcome common sales objections, plus valuable technical information about server installation, migration, and management overviews. Learn how Small Business Server 2011 can help you grow your business by addressing the IT needs of small and midsize business customers. In addition, the first 25 registrations for each event will qualify* to receive a SBSC store gift voucher at the event.

Here is a list of the dates and cities these events will be taking place in:

  • February 24 - Las Colinas, Texas
  • February 25 - Austin, Texas
  • March 7- Tempe, Arizona
  • March 9 - Waltham, Massachusetts
  • March 10 - New York, New York
  • March 14 - Minneapolis, Minnesota
  • March 15 - Alpharetta, Georgia
  • March 15 - Chicago, Illinois
  • March 15 - Cincinnati, Ohio
  • March 15 - Indianapolis, Indiana
  • March 16 - Columbus, Ohio
  • March 16 - Malvern, Pennsylvania
  • March 17 - Chevy Chase, Maryland
  • March 17 - Cleveland, Ohio
  • March 22 - Tampa, Florida
  • March 22 - Overland Park, Kansas
  • March 24 - St. Louis, Missouri
  • March 24 - Milwaukee, Wisconsin
  • March 29 - Detroit, Michigan
  • March 31 - Houston, Texas
  • April 4 - Charlotte, North Carolina
  • April 5 - Greensboro, North Carolina
  • April 19 - Irvine, California
  • April 20 - Menlo Park, California

Ready to register to attend one of these events near you?  Head on out to the registration page now and get signed up. Also, be sure to check out my SBS 2011 tools, information, training, resources, and more for you post for a bunch more information and resources on SBS 2011.

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