TechNet Webcast: The Significance of the Windows Server 2008 Terminal Services Release to Market (Level 200)
TechNet Webcast: The Significance of the Windows Server 2008 Terminal Services Release to Market (Level 200)
Event ID: 1032355417
Language(s): English.
Product(s): Windows Server.
Audience(s): IT Implem_IT Generalist.

Microsoft has added dozens of new Terminal Server-specific features, in addition to the many improvements to the new Windows Server 2008 operating system. What will this mean for Terminal Services? And what will this mean for all server-based computing environments, both with and without third-party independent software vendor (ISV) solutions? Will the changes to security, performance, and scalability affect existing and new deployments? Join this webcast for the answers to these and other questions.

Presenter: Brian Madden, President and Lead Analyst, Brian Madden Company

Brian Madden is an independent technology analyst, author, and thinker. He does not have a permanent home, but travels the world full time talking to interesting people. Brian has written several books and hundreds of articles about Citrix and application delivery technology. He is a four-time Microsoft MVP, a Citrix CTP, and the creator of BriForum, an annual independent application delivery technical conference. Brian is also the editor-in-chief of BrianMadden.com, a popular industry Web site with millions of visitors per year.



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