Reproduction permitted for personal use only. For reprints and reprint permission, contact

Microsoft Selects Berbee

MADISON, Wis., April 29 Berbee Information Networks Corporation, a leading Midwest provider of data center, application development, and infrastructure solutions, announced today that it has been selected by Microsoft as a featured speaker for the Midwest Windows Server 2003 and Visual Studio .NET 2003 Launch.

Scheduled for Thursday, May 1, 2003 at the Midwest Express Center inMilwaukee, Wisconsin, Berbee will speak in depth about addressing the commonchallenges of migrating Microsoft Windows NT(R) 4.0 environments to WindowsServer 2003. The Microsoft Windows Server 2003 family delivers a connected, scalable,reliable platform that has been designed to meet the sophisticated needs ofcustomers to solve complex IT infrastructure problems.

"We are very pleased to have been selected to present this important topic," said Liz Eversoll, director for Berbee's Microsoft practice. "WindowsServer 2003 and Visual Studio .NET 2003 have our strategic focus and we lookforward to sharing our experience with the attendees at this event."

The joint launch of Microsoft Windows Server 2003 and Microsoft VisualStudio .NET 2003 will be Microsoft's biggest product launch in FY 2003.Microsoft's 60 U.S. district launch events will target IT professionals, business decision-makers, architects, and developers. The anticipated totalreach for these events is approximately 70,000 customers.

-Add Your Comment


Comment Policy: WTN News accepts comments that are on-topic and do not contain advertisements, profanity or personal attacks. Comments represent the views of the individuals who post them and do not necessarily represent the views of WTN Media or our partners, advertisers, or sources. Comments are moderated and are not immediately posted. Your email address will not be posted.

WTN Media cannot accept liability for the content of comments posted here or verify their accuracy. If you believe this comment section is being abused, contact

WTN Media Presents