Today at 3pm BST Microsoft is running an online virtual seminar on ever so nearly-launched Office 2010 and SharePoint. It's called The Future of Productivity and The Register is the exclusive media partner. Here's the drill: two main strands - business related keynotes and nearly 30 on-demand techie sessions and online case …
I run Linux...
...how many licenses to I need to buy before I can view seminar?
If it's a physical box you will need one standard seminar license. Even if you don't or can't run the actual seminar locally.
If it's a virtual machine you will need 1 standard seminar license per host, otherwise you will fall foul of the 90 day seminar VM migration restriction.
the other way around this would be to buy a datacentre seminar license. But they cost 4 times as much as standard, and you need to buy a minimum of 2 datacentre seminar licenses per host.
Ten to three and no link?
Bit late for an april fools ;)
I'm confused... you said the seminar was at 3pm.
I visited the site at 2.30 and it appears all of the content is available on-demand!
Can anyone enlighten me... am I missing something?
I think there was a bunch of live speakers and keynotes from 3, which was SharePoint & Office hard launch. Other on-demand resources were available too.
So this comes from the horse box?
From the horses mouth? Neigh....
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