Office 2010 is just around the corner and we want you to experience its myriad of new features in a fun-filled evening. Come join your peers in the local community to install Office 2010 Beta on your personal machine to discover all the new ways that Office will help improve your personal and professional life.
We, Microsoft Canada’s technical advisors along with local experts will be on-hand to assist you and share how we’re taking advantage of Office 2010. We’ll demonstrate tips and tricks to make the most of your experience of Office 2010, as well as highlight elements relevant to you.
But it’s not just about the software. You’ll have the opportunity to connect with your peers and exchange stories about how they’re looking to take advantage of what Office 2010 has to offer. If you are already running Office 2010 Beta and consider yourself a guru, let us know by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org and come out to help your colleagues get started.
Join us for the Install Fest for Office 2010 Beta as part of EnergizeIT 2010. Bring your own notebook, netbook, or desktop to install the latest available build of Office 2010 and be on your way to a whole new level of productivity. More details available when you register to attend.
|Vancouver||Monday, March 29, 2010||7:00 PM|
|Ottawa||Tuesday, March 30, 2010||7:00 PM|
|Calgary||Tuesday, April 6, 2010||7:00 PM|
|Montreal||Wednesday, April 7, 2010||7:00 PM|
|Mississauga||Thursday April 15, 2010||7:00 PM|
Check out Energize IT podcasts to listen in on how products like Visual Studio 2010, Team Foundation Server 2010, Office Web Applications, and SharePoint 2010 will enable you to deliver innovative solutions and better efficiency for your organization.
This is an encore presentation to the full day EnergizeIT 2010 event. In this evening Community Connection event will help you understand Microsoft’s Software+Services vision. You will find out about the possibilities that these technologies help realize and the value that they can bring to your organization and yourself.
IT and Development managers should plan to attend this FREE event that demonstrates how you can foster collaboration, manage information overload, and glean business insights quickly for greater efficiency at your organization.