The Future of SMB IT and a few MVPs

So, you might have heard through my facebook page or twitter i am putting on an event at Microsoft on Tuesday the 18th of June. It starts at 6pm and all are welcome….

However due to the security restrictions on the building i need to provide Microsoft with a list of names of those attending… given my lack of experience organising events i had overlooked this rather large detail.

So, are you coming?

I intend it to be an informal event where we just have a bit of a chat about the future of SMB IT with our special guests Amy Babinchak and Marina Roos.

Amy is currently running the SMB Kitchen project , as well as Third Tier and amongs many other things is an SBSC PAL in the US.

Marina, you may remember visited the UK with the SMB MVP Community Roadshow and expertly demonstrated Windows Multipoint Server. Marina also works with Jeff Middleton at / ITPROExperts

If you do intend to come along, we are kicking off at 6pm at Cardinal Place, near Victoria Station please drop me an email or register your interest on my facebook page.

Thanking you!

About Robert Pearman
Robert Pearman is a UK based Small Business Server enthusiast. He has been working within the SMB IT Industry for what feels like forever. Robert likes Piña colada and taking walks in the rain, on occasion he also enjoys writing about Small Business Technology like Windows Server Essentials or more recently writing PowerShell Scripts. If you're in trouble, and you can find him, maybe you can ask him a question.

2 Responses to The Future of SMB IT and a few MVPs

  1. Sahalu Saidu says:

    Good initiative Robert. For those of us in the US, attendance is out of the question. Would you post details of the discussions here or elsewhere?

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