Join Microsoft on Tour: Grow Your Business with Microsoft Software

Two weeks ago, Microsoft launched its 59 city tour, Microsoft Across America.

This tour, provides seminars at no charge until mid-March to small and medium businesses, technology partners, developers and IT professionals. The events are divided into tracks hosted by Microsoft Connections, Momentum, TS2, TechNet or MSDN Events. Tracks developed for specific audiences will show attendees how Windows Vista and the 2007 Office release can help them work more effectively, stay remotely connected to relevant people and business data, backup and protect their desktop, and more effectively manage contact information.
Simultaneously, Microsoft will also hold a second series of 15 targeted events designed specially to provide information for IT executives from medium-, large- and enterprise-sized companies. As CIOs and IT teams at larger companies tend to face different business and technical challenges than smaller organizations, Microsoft has assembled an agenda tailored to that audience.
If you want to get the most out of the productivity tools you probably use the most, like Microsoft Office you really should consider one of these events.
Find out more information here.
If you’ve been there before, or after you go, let us all know about it by commenting.
In addition, from March 19 – 23 Microsoft will host its annual Small Business Summit.
What does it entail:
A free, nationwide event featuring keynotes from successful entrepreneurs, including author and venture capitalist Guy Kawasaki, Julie Clark, CEO of Baby Einstein and the Sloan Brothers, well known advocates and supporters of entrepreneurs. Topics will delve into how small businesses can benefit from Microsoft Windows Vista Business and Office Small Business 2007 and Office Professional 2007 implementation, as well as expert tips on marketing and sales, finance, security and accounting – among the many other challenges that small businesses face on a daily basis.