Webinar: Future of Small Business IT

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Today Microsoft announced the existence of Windows Essentials 2012 and that this will be the only server in the small business offering. Distributors also announced that SBS 2011 with software assurance will not be available in the market after the end of the month. This webinar will be an open discussion with Susan Bradley, Brian Higgins and Amy Babinchak and you. During this meeting we will present our candid views on our reaction to this news and what we think the future holds for small business IT. We will have the Q&A live for your comments and reaction to this news.

Please join us for this first look at the future of IT for small business.

July 10th at 6:00pm Pacific time.

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  • Jon

    I’ve heard the SA version of SBS 2011 Standard is being pulled by the end of July but saw this regarding OEM and Retail copies. I hope I have more than a few weeks to load up on SBS 2011 Standard for my current customers!

    “Windows SBS 2011 Standard, which includes Exchange Server and SharePoint Foundation, will be the final such Windows SBS offering. It will remain available through the OEM channel until December 31, 2013, and will remain available in all other current channels until June 30, 2013.”