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Steve Balmer announced the availability of Windows 7 Beta at the Consumer Electronic Show (CES) this week. Built on the foundation of Windows Server 2008 and Windows Vista, Windows 7 provides greater security and manageability for remote and local PCs, while improving on the fundamentals of performance and reliability. Your customers will be asking ISVs to be supporting Windows 7.
Partners can get Windows 7 Beta in several ways:
MVPs can access Windows 7 Beta through their MVP Connect program.
You can also get access to Windows 7 Beta through the Windows 7 Beta Customer Preview Program (CPP). The release is limited. That said, it will be the largest release for early adopters. You can learn more about Windows 7 Beta and get support through Springboard.
The Springboard Series on TechNet provides dynamic information and structured resources to help you explore, test, pilot, and deploy the latest Windows OS in your environment. Discover how Windows 7 can help you better manage and secure your PC client infrastructure, and find the tools and resources to guide you through each stage of the adoption process—from both Microsoft experts and our community of IT professionals around the world
You can comment on Windows 7 through Microsoft TechNet Windows 7 forums. These forums will be monitored by MVPs and Microsoft subject matter experts to allow global coverage.
Windows 7 will make your customers more productive ine the way that you work today:
Ask your IT Pros to check out these sites: