[BIG] This months BIG session: Deploying Windows 7 & 2008r2

This months Brisbane Infrastructure Users Group session will be on  Deploying Windows 7 & 2008r2, presented by deployment super guru Kyle Rosenthal.  This session will be held Tuesday 14th April.

Kyle Rosenthal is Microsoft MVP, Guest Author over at Microsoft Technet, and part of the amazing team who roll out the desktop infrastructure and hands on labs each year TechED (both in the USA and here).  

When it comes to Windows Deployments, Kyle has pretty much been in the thick of it all;

Regardless of your OS platform, XP, Vista, or mix thereof, Kyle’s experience from the field, will let you hit the ground running for your next deployment,  …or perhaps even breathe new life into the deployment you have today.

We will be continuing with our earlier start time of 5:30 pm so that everyone can get home earlier.  An early RSVP will help with catering. 

Also the twitter tag for the Brisbane Infrastructure Users Group is #bigau . To see this twitter feed just go to here http://search.twitter.com/search?q=%23bigau

Please register on the BIG web site: http://www.aususergroups.org/Default.aspx?tabid=663, or just reply to this e-mail.

There is no cost to attend,
        Venue: Microsoft Level 9, 1 Eagle Street, Waterfront Place
        Time: 5:00pm for a 5:30pm start.
        Date: Tuesday 14th April 2009
        Pizza from 5.00pm – Lifts close at 6pm!   

        Close: Session generally closes by 8:00 pm.
        Who: You and your Colleagues, please feel free to bring

Looking forward to seeing you all there at our next session.

Alan

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