Find out all about Office 2010 and Sharepoint 2010
From the horse's mouth, so to speak
Today at 3pm BST Microsoft is running an online virtual seminar on ever so nearly-launched Office 2010 and SharePoint.
It's called The Future of Productivity and The Register is the exclusive media partner.
Here's the drill: two main strands - business related keynotes and nearly 30 on-demand techie sessions and online case studies
Also there is live Q&A and - de rigeur these days - lots of social media tie-ins to the event, so that as they say, everyone can "join the conversation". Oh and you can download trial versions of Office 2010 and Sharepoint 2010.
Want to know more about the 2010 flavours of Office and Sharepoint? Here's that link again.
So this comes from the horse box?
From the horses mouth? Neigh....
Speaking of horses, Paris gets a look in as she's been round the course a few times.
I think there was a bunch of live speakers and keynotes from 3, which was SharePoint & Office hard launch. Other on-demand resources were available too.
If it's a physical box you will need one standard seminar license. Even if you don't or can't run the actual seminar locally.
If it's a virtual machine you will need 1 standard seminar license per host, otherwise you will fall foul of the 90 day seminar VM migration restriction.
the other way around this would be to buy a datacentre seminar license. But they cost 4 times as much as standard, and you need to buy a minimum of 2 datacentre seminar licenses per host.