Microsoft Messaging and Mobility User Group February 2008 Meeting

Microsoft Messaging and Mobility User Group
Wed, 27 Feb 2008, 18:30 - 21:00 (Add to calendar) GMT
Microsoft Ltd , London, GB

Here are the details of our February MMMUG meeting.

This event will be held in London at the new MS offices near Victoria.

This month we have our most popular speaker back! Yes; Jason Langridge will be with us this time talking all about Window Mobile device management. Jason will cover the recently announced System Center Mobile Device Manager 2008 and enhancements to Exchange 2007 Service Pack 1. Jason will run through all the options and let us know what is the best route for management.

Jason will also share the roadmap for Windows Mobile.

The meeting will be held on Wednesday 27th February. Directions to the venue can be found below.

The meeting will be a mixture of PowerPoint and Discussions so there will be plenty of time to run through your questions.

The agenda for the meeting will be as follows: (although I may tweak the timings slightly)

18:15 - 18:40 Arrival

18:40 - 18:45 Introduction to speakers and the aims of the group

18:45 - 19:30 1st session; Jason Langridge, Managing Windows Mobile Devices

19:30 - 19:50 Food!

19:50 - 20:45 2nd session; Jason Langridge, Managing Windows Mobile Devices Q&A followed by a lookup at the Windows Mobile Device Roadmap

20:45 - 21:00 Q and A; Summing up and suggestions for future meetings.

21:00 The End!

If you are interested in attending the February MMMUG meeting please sign up by posting in this thread.

For Directions to the London location please see the link below:

Thanks and looking forward to meeting you all!


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