Mark Tennant answers your Windows 2000 Server questions online today


Find out why so many companies are choosing to implement Windows 2000 now at 4pm on Wednesday 10 May

Microsoft’s Mark Tennant will provide an insight into the advances and benefits of the Windows 2000 Server family in an online chat session for IT Professionals.

·Over 1.5 million units of Windows 2000 have been sold worldwide. Find out why it has been so successful and the many benefits on offer, including better networking integration when using Windows 2000 Professional with any of the server products.

·Questions regarding Active Directory, systems management, reliability, scalability and migration will also be covered in this chat.

Mark Tennant will be joined online by independent Windows 2000 consultant and technical expert, Thomas Lee. Thomas has assisted Microsoft in the development of Windows 2000 enterprise training courses. His experience and in-depth understanding of issues surrounding Windows 2000 will mean he will be able to answer questions at all levels.

Mark Tennant, Windows 2000 product marketing manager, is responsible for marketing Windows 2000 Server, Advanced Server and DataCenter Server as the platform for distributed computing, including developing Windows 2000’s success as both a networking and enterprise applications server.

Mark joined Microsoft in 1993 to work in Product Support Services, and spent two years here before moving on to become a Technology Evangelist in the Corporate Customer Unit at Microsoft. Here he was responsible for communicating the benefits of the Microsoft Platform to Corporate Customers.

You and your readers are invited to pose questions online at 4 p.m. or before to Mark Tennant and Thomas Lee. A full transcript of the chat will also be available online after the event.

When:4 p.m. 10 May 2000

Where:http://microsoft.com/uk/chat/


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