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Microsoft’s TechNet Virtual conference is now available on-demand. You can catch the proceedings at your own leisure here.

Held on June 19, TechNet Virtual brought together Microsoft experts and the IT community. The Register was the official media sponsor.

The conference ran in two separate “auditoriums” and was designed to help delegates cut costs, increase efficiency, reduce environmental impact and, of course, learn more about Microsoft technologies.

The Technology Auditorium topics include: Looking at Windows 7 Management; how to do more with less using Windows PowerShell; Desktop Deployment and an overview of Office Communications Server R2.

The IT Management Auditorium covered the evolution of IT management over the next 10 years; virtualisation; sustainable lifecycles and innovation management and the new world of business.

You can view the full on-demand schedule at the official event page.

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