Microsoft’sFebruary Silicon Valley Speaker Series: The Value of a Modern Integrated Platform

MOUNTAIN VIEW, Calif., Feb. 5, 2003 — On Wednesday, Feb. 12, Bill Veghte, corporate vice president of the Windows®
Server Group at Microsoft Corp., will discuss the company’s vision of how modern computing platforms must integrate to deliver breakthroughs in automation, productivity and cost reduction. This will be most apparent in Windows Server 2003, the next step in the rapid evolution of the Windows Server platform.

Veghte will focus on near-term deliverables in Windows Server 2003 that will bring greater simplicity and value — through improved security features, scalability, reliability and performance — to customers. He also will discuss how innovations in Windows Server 2003 and beyond are targeted at continued breakthroughs in automating computing resources and delivering greater business value.

As the foundation on which Microsoft®
solutions connect information, people, systems and devices, Windows Server 2003 builds on the core of Windows 2000 Server and will provide a highly productive platform for powering connected applications, networks and Web services.

The Silicon Valley Speaker Series, held monthly at Microsoft’s Silicon Valley campus, is part lecture and part interactive forum in which company executives and industry observers address a variety of technologies, trends and topics relevant to the fast-moving high-technology world.

What: February Silicon Valley Speaker Series:
“Microsoft’s Windows Server 2003 — The Value of a Modern Integrated Platform,”
with Bill Veghte, corporate vice president of the Windows Server Group at Microsoft

Date: Wednesday, Feb. 12

Time: Noon–1:15 p.m. PST

A complimentary lunch will be provided from 11 a.m. to noon.

The presentation will begin at noon.

Location: Microsoft’s Mountain View campus

Bldg. 1, Conference Center

1065 LaAvenida

Mountain View, Calif.

Please R.S.V.P. for the event by contacting Alyson Clemens of Waggener Edstrom at (425) 638-7000 or sending e-mail to [email protected].

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