[Update 9/19/2010: The materials from our webcast, along with a recording of the webcast itself, are now available here.]
Here's an interesting webcast we have coming up this week…
We're also offering a series of new webcasts to help customers and organizations preparing for daylight saving time, particularly the new changes in Russia this year. This is part of our "step-by-step" program on making the DST transition. Geared toward IT Professionals, we'll walk through a general overview of DST and the impacts and solutions for Windows, Outlook and Exchange.
You'll find a list of these upcoming webcasts on our DST & TZ site at http://www.microsoft.com/time. We also include a few archived, on-demand webcasts available here: http://support.microsoft.com/gp/dst_webcasts.
Understanding and preparing for 2011 Russian Daylight Savings Time Change (VIR66CAL)
September 15, 2011, 10:00 am to 11:30 am Pacific Daylight Time (Click here to calculate your local time)
Presented By: M3 Sweatt, Partner, Program Management & CPE, Microsoft Matthew Brown, Senior Program Manager, Microsoft Mike DeGooyer, Senior Program Manager, Microsoft Bala Sivakumar, Program Manager, Microsoft Ron Ragsdale, Program Manager, Microsoft Jenny Liu, Program Manager, Microsoft
Session Overview: In 2011, the Russian government adopted a law to cancel Daylight Saving Time (DST). As a result, Russia will not “fall back” to Winter time. This webcast will discuss the implications of that decision and what Microsoft is doing to mitigate those implications for our Customers and Partners.
Microsoft Customer Information
Register for the Conference: https://www.eventbuilder.com/event_desc.asp?p_event=u48c3q60
Technical Support: Having trouble with the conference on the day of the session? Click here for Live Meeting support or call: 866-493-2825
Before the Webcast: Please ensure you have downloaded the latest version of Microsoft Office Live Meeting 2007. For an overview of the Microsoft Office Live Meeting 2007 platform and features, please view the Getting Started guide here.
Tags: Microsoft, Daylight Saving Time, Daylight Savings Time, RSS, DST, Russia
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