You can download this WebCast now for “offline” viewing.
Go here (https://www.livemeeting.com/cc/msevents/view?id=wc020207) stick in you name and then download the 4mb WMV file.
It would be a great idea if MS made the available automatically via an RSS feed
Humm, can’t sync the wmv to my Zune! .. says that it cannot convert the file to the format required by my Zune Device .. wonder why!
February 12, 2007, Barcelona, Spain – i-mate™ (London AIM: IMTE), the specialist in Windows Mobile® devices and solutions, today announces at 3GSM World Congress 2007a dazzling array of new products and services including a category-defining range of mobile devices for business users and consumers. The Ultimate range is a collection of high-end, sophisticated 3G Windows Mobile® phones and PDA’s in a selection of form factors to suit any user, the first of which will be available mid-year. The devices will be based on Windows Mobile 6, the latest version of Microsoft’s mobile operating system.
The Ultimate range consists of a collection of five devices in various form factors to suit individual preferences, from classic bar to PDA to a notebook replacement and was designed to provide the latest and best in phone and PDA technology. From the 530MHz processor, to the XGA direct video out, from HSDPA connectivity to the 262k colour VGA LCD touch screen, every component of each device is specified at a very high level. These are the first of a line-up of exciting devices i-mate will introduce through 2007.
… i-mate™ is also launching the JAQ4 – the first i-mate™ device to ship with Windows Mobile® 6 – a sturdy QWERTY keyboard GPS phone with a five-way joystick and scroll wheel allowing for easy navigation and use of services including push email. Furthermore, the landscape 2.8″ colour touch screen supports the use of the stylus as an increasingly popular means of accessing and writing email and messages.
Check this out and they are letting you sign up for the next trial!
Sign up: http://connect.microsoft.com/WindowsHomeServer
Good news! Windows Home Server has reached the Beta 2 milestone! While previous releases have been tested by 1000+ Microsoft employees and some of our hardware and software partners, we are now starting to invite a broader group of external testers to participate in Beta 2.
People that are interested in participating in Beta 2 can register here so we have their names as we steadily expand the program. We can’t guarantee you’ll be invited to participate right away (or at all), but if you’re interested get yourself registered. Keep in mind that Beta 2 does not really represent the “consumer experience.” Most consumers will ultimately buy Home Server as an integrated hardware/software solution that’s very plug and play, e.g. the HP MediaSmart Server. Beta 2 is software only, of course, meaning evaluators will need to know how to install and configure a server operating system. Beta 2 participants will also need a dedicated machine for Home Server – Pentium 4, 512 MB RAM and two or more internal hard drives with at least 300 GB primary system hard drive is recommended – and at least 2 client PCs and a broadband connection.
Cool, shame it wasn’t out a bit earlier!
The Exchange Calendar Update Tool enables administrators to update, using the Time Zone Data Update Tool for Microsoft® Office Outlook®, multiple user mailboxes, thereby avoiding the challenges involved with broadly deploying the Outlook Time Zone Data Update Tool to all end-users.
Shame the download link doesn’t work ! so I can’t tell you what the virtual machine has in it