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Listen in as David Lowe, Senior Product Manager for Windows Server, and Matt Hester discuss how Windows Server “Longhorn” has been designed around server roles and workloads that meet customers’ needs. Get an understanding of how
roles map to workloads, how workloads combine to deliver clear value in specific customer scenarios and why we have chosen certain high-priority scenarios as the focus for our launch.
Plus we have the monthly segment with Kai Axford and Mark Griesi from the Security Response Team, discussing the May Security Updates.
Eric Ostrowski – Your Show Host and TechNet Radio Producer
Matt Hester – IT Pro Evangelist
David Lowe – David Lowe is Senior Product Manager for Windows Server with Microsoft Corporation. In this role, he coordinates worldwide launch activities for the next major version of Windows Server, code-named “Longhorn”, and works with customers on pre-release deployment planning and readiness. David has been with Microsoft since 2001, and in this time he has also been Senior Product Manager for Security and IT Professional portfolios with Microsoft Learning. Prior to joining Microsoft, David was Senior Lecturer in Internet Technologies at the Centre for Advanced Technology Training in Dublin, Ireland, where he specialized in Web development and XML. David holds a Bachelor of Science degree from University College, Dublin, and he is the author of "BizTalk Server: The Complete Reference", published by Osborne-McGraw Hill.
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