Stephen Rose is Back in SoCal

Last Chance… only a few tickets left.

It has been a while since Stephen, has spoken in the SoCal area, but we have him back for a FREE one day event. Tue July 12th 6pm – 9pm

Tickets are very limited so RSVP now.
Register Here :

I know, I know, Stephen talks more on the IT side than the Dev side, but not only are these things something that will help you in your work, but he is a blast to watch.

Tickets are very limited so RSVP now.
Register Here :

Food, Drink, and the following Raffles will be provided.

* Windows 7 Ultimate
* Office 2010 Pro
* TechNet+ Subscription
* 2 Copies of Troubleshooting Windows 7
* 1 Signed Copy of Zero Day by Mark Russinovich


333 South Grand Ave
Suite 3300
Los Angeles, CA 90071


Do you know how to use the free tools to move your users from Windows XP to Windows 7 and Office 2003 to Office 2010 in less than 30 minutes?

Paying money for deployment tools is so 2000! In this session, Stephen will show you how to use the many free tools that you can use to manage and deploy Windows, Office and Internet Explorer while reducing cost and ensuring you never having to manage multiple images again. We will cover MDT, ACT, MAP, WDS, the PoC and other tools that will do network inventory, application compatibility, shimming, image management and automated Windows and application deployment.

About our Speaker: Stephen Rose is the Worldwide IT Pro Community Manager for Windows Commercial team at the Microsoft Headquarters in Redmond, WA. Before joining Microsoft, Stephen spent 15 years running his own IT consulting company. Stephen has been a MCT and MCSE since NT 4.0. Before joining Microsoft he was a two time Microsoft MVP as well as the Senior Tech Correspondent for Fast Company Magazine.

In his current role, he manages the vehicles that reach 1 in3 of the 22m Desktop IT pros worldwide every month. This includes the Window technical content on the Springboard Series on TechNet, he manages the Windows 7 Forums, is the editor for the Springboard Insider Newsletter, writes for Windows Team Blog, acts as the moderator for the Windows Virtual Roundtables and leads the Springboard Series Tours in North America, Europe and Asia.

You can follow the Springboard Series on TechNet via Twitter @MSSpringboard or follow Stephen on his personal feed @stephenlrose


If you Park at the Wells Fargo Building (where the office is) you will be charged $40.00 – $50.00 dollars.

The least expensive Parking for LA is at Joe’s Auto Park – closest locations are:

·252 S. Hill Street

·338 S. Hill Street


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