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    • 1. Welcome to the next wave of productivity !
    • 2. TechNet Plus Subscriptions
      TNITQ407
    • 3. When did Bill Gates retire from day-to-day activities at Microsoft?
      May 1, 2007
      Jan 27, 2008
      April 1, 2008
      June 27, 2008
    • 4. Presented by:
      John Weston
      IT Pro Evangelist
      Microsoft Corporation
      John.weston@microsoft.com
      http://blogs.technet.com/jweston
      http://www.twitter.com/technetguy
    • 5. In both WarGames and Ferris Bueller’s Day Off, Matthew Broderick’s on-screen mother has the same profession. What is it?
      Teacher
      Secretary
      Engineer
      Real Estate Agent
    • 6.
    • 7.
    • 8. Today’s Event Schedule
      8:30AM – 9:00AM : The Future of Productivity…Today
      9:00AM – 10:10AM : A Day in the Life in the Next Wave of Business Productivity
      10:10AM – 10:30AM : Partner Presentation & Giveaway
      10:45AM - 11:45AM : Planning for Office 2010 and SharePoint 2010
      11:45AM – 12:45PM : Lunch and Partner Pavilion
      12:45PM – 2:00PM : Deploying Office 2010 and SharePoint 2010
      2:10PM – 3:20PM : Configuring Office 2010 and SharePoint 2010
      3:30PM – 4:30PM : The Next Wave of Business Productivity: Success Stories
      4:30PM : Done!
    • 9. What is the most popular command in Microsoft Office?
      “Paste” in Microsoft Word
      “Copy” in Microsoft Excel
      “Delete” in Microsoft Outlook
      “Open” in Microsoft Word
    • 10. Today’s Event Schedule
      8:00AM – 9:00AM : A Day in the Life in the Next Wave of Business Productivity
      9:00AM – 9:45AM : Planning for Office 2010 and SharePoint 2010
      Break
      10:00AM – 10:45AM : Deploying Office 2010 and SharePoint 2010
      Break
      11:00AM – 11:45AM : Configuring Office 2010 and SharePoint 2010
      11:45AM : Raffle!
    • 11. Which first-trilogy Star Wars actor initially refused to sign a three-picture deal?
      Carrie Fisher
      Mark Hamill
      Harrison Ford
      Alec Guinness
      That’s why Han Solo was frozen in carbonite – just in case he decided not to return.
    • 12. Feedback on today’s event:
      Brian Moore: BriMoore@microsoft.com
      Technical Q&A:
      http://blogs.technet.com/jweston
      John.weston@microsoft.com
      Presentation slides can be found at:
      http://www.TechnetEvents.com/Resources
      Action Items…
    • 13. What does FORTRAN stand for?
      FORmula TRANslator
      FORmula TRANsfer
      FORtune TRANsistor
      FORmer TRANslator
    • 14. Get Started Today
      Install the Office 2010 and SharePoint 2010 trials*, and check out
      http://www.technetevents.com/resources/
      You’ll find today’s presentation decks, and links to…
      • Office Resource Centers for Compatibility and Web Apps Deployment
      • 15. TechNet Resources Desktop Player
      • 16. TechNet Subscription offer
      • 17. and more
      *Available on May 12th
    • 18. Who invented root beer?
      The Mayans
      The Egyptians
      The Sumerians
      The American Colonists
    • 19. Check out local events and resources!
      For Developers:
      msdnevents.com
      For IT Professionals:
      technetevents.com
    • 20. How many episodes of Monty Python’s Flying Circus were recorded?
      25
      32
      40
      45
    • 21. Follow us on Twitter
      IT Professionals
      Developers
      @MSDNLiveUS
      @TechNetLiveUS
    • 22. How many Windows Live ID authentications are made each day?
      over 10 million
      over 55 million
      over 1 billion
      over 1.5 billion
    • 23. Learn how to work in the cloud!
      Find out more at http://bit.ly/CRGetAzureAcct
      FREE AZURE TRAINING!
      www.azurebootcamp.com
      2-day deep dive workshops to get you up to speed on developing for Windows Azure!
    • 24. “VLB” – one of the early video cards standards – is an acronym for what?
      Vesa Local Bus
      Vesuvius Logic Board
      Vera Louise Brown
      Vision Land Browser
    • 25. Free Software, Support, and Opportunities for Web Dev. & Design Consultants
      Questions? Email:crwss@microsoft.com
    • 26. The "O" in this early Microsoft logo had a nickname. What was it?
      Burst
      Blibbet
      Spot
      Blurb
    • 27. Do you want the latest information?
      Do you want it delivered to you?
      The Most up-to-date Microsoft Technology Information Delivered Right To Your Inbox
      Don’t want to be bombarded?
      How-to’s, Hotfixes, Real Stories, Security Information, Chats and much more…
      The answer’s in a FLASH
      www.microsoft.com/technet/flash
    • 28. Now 15 years old, how many Hotmail users are there?
      over 150 million
      over 300 million
      over 450 million
      over 500 million
    • 29. Save Time, Learn Fast: Microsoft Learning “Snacks”
      Need answers now?
      Learn something new in less than five minutes:
      Learning Snacks are free, short, interactive presentations about popular topics and have been created by Microsoft Learning experts.
      Each Snack is delivered by using innovative Microsoft Silverlight technology and includes various media, such as animations and recorded demos.
      Look for “snacks” on Windows Server 2008, Silverlight, Vista, Virtualization and more!
      Try a “snack” today at: http://www.microsoft.com/learning/snacks
    • 30. In what year was COBOL invented?
      1959
      1960
      1961
      1962
    • 31. Best practices, experiences, and global solutions from Microsoft IT.
      How Microsoft Does IT
      Plan. Develop. Deploy. Manage.
      White Papers | Case Studies | Presentations | Webcasts | Podcasts |Solution Briefs | Videos | Radio Discussions | Insight Workshops | More…
      www.microsoft.com/itshowcase
    • 32. What was the first CodePlex.com project?
      SteelForge
      Avalon
      Altair
      IronPython
    • 33. MicrosoftIncentives.com
      Act Now. Save Now.
      Don’t leave money on the table.
      Take advantage of our current offerings.
      Help increase the return on your investment with MicrosoftIncentives.com – your resource for valuable offers, special financing, and incentives for Microsoft products.
    • 34. What did Xerox establish in 1970?
      The Xerox 3600 Duplicator
      The industry’s first automatic document feeder
      The first-generation laser printer
      The Palo Alto Research Center
      The Palo Alto Research Center (known as Xerox PARC) to perform basic computing and electronic research.
    • 35. The Right Security Education
      Learning Paths for Security
      http://www.microsoft.com/technet/security/learning
      Find security resources here:
      * Webcasts * Virtual Labs * Planning Guides * Tools
      Forplanning,preventing, detecting and responding to security threats and risks
    • 36. What was the first human-made object to land on the moon?
      The Lunar capsule
      The Luna 2
      Moonscape II
      MoonCap 4
    • 37. Create your own profile: edge.technet.com
    • 42. What was AOL originally known as?
      American Organizational Logic
      Quantum Computer Services
      Digital Computing Inc.
      American Electronic Microsystems
    • 43. What Is TechNet?
      Put the right answers at your fingertips
      TechNet is the comprehensive collection of resources to help IT implementers plan, deploy, and manage Microsoft products successfully
      • Monthly updates delivered online, or on DVD or CD
      • 44. The definitive resource to help you evaluate, deploy and maintain Microsoft products
      TechNet Subscription
      • Accessible at www.microsoft.com/technet
      • 45. Online resources and community
      • 46. Subscriber-only Online Services
      TechNet Web Site
      • Bi-weekly e-newsletter
      • 47. Security updates, new resources, and special offers
      TechNet Flash
      TechNet Events
      and Web Casts
      • Briefings on the latest Microsoft products and technologies
      • 48. Hands-on, “how to” information
      • 49. User Groups
      • 50. Managed Newsgroups
      TechNet Communities
    • 51. When did GPS first become available for commercial and civilian use?
      1960
      1967
      1975
      1984
      GPS became available for commercial use in 1967, but it would be almost 40 years before it was commonly used. It wasn't available for personal use until a policy directive in 1996.
    • 52. The definitive source of in-depth technical information for the IT Pro
      Visit us online at
      www.technetmagazine.com
    • 53. Who invented the first computer mouse?
      Steve Jobs
      James Gosling
      Herbert Simon
      Douglas Engelbart
    • 54. TechNet Virtual Labs
      Ever wanted to test Microsoft's newest software in a totally secure sandbox environment?
      Wouldn't it be great to be able to test new servers immediately, without formatting hard drives or dedicating one or more computers to the project?
      Well now you can, with TechNet Virtual Labs!
      • Evaluate products online running on a Virtual Server environment
      • 55. On-demand access anytime, anywhere; 24/7 availability
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      • 57. Step-by-step guided product walk through
      • 58. Virtual Labs are Free!
      Try a TechNet Virtual Lab at:
      http://www.microsoft.com/technet/virtuallabs
    • 59. What was the first movie to use extensive 3D computer-generated special effects?
      Alien
      The Last Starfighter
      Tron
      Star Wars
      Released July 9, 1982, Tron was the first movie with extensive use (15 min. fully computer generated) of 3D CGI.
    • 60. Online TechNet Webcasts!
      • Staffed by Two or More TechNet Presenters
      • 61. Participate Actively – Get your questions answered in real time
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      • 63. View previously recorded webcasts “on-demand”
      • 64. RSS feeds for upcoming live webcasts
      View a TechNet Webcast at: www.microsoft.com/webcasts
      And try our interactive webcast calendar at:
      http://www.microsoft.com/events/webcasts/calendar/monthview.aspx
    • 65. What is the name of Superman’s biological father?
      Jor-El
      Kal-El
      Tal-El
      Vog-El
    • 66. In tough times, the good will survive, but only the best will Thrive!  Are you thriving?  Visit the Thrive site and learn how to enhance your technical skills, advance your career, and elevate IT as the business leader.  These strategies and skills will not only help you succeed now, but place you in a position to excel during the brighter times ahead. Now is the ideal time to rise to the top.  Seize the moment - find out how YOU can Thrive!www.microsoft.com/thrive
    • 67. What did Dennis Ritchie do in 1972?
      Created hybrid circuits for IBM
      Invented the C programming language at Bell Labs
      Developed the Commodore PET
      Invented the hot-pluggable hard disk for Atari
    • 68. TechNet Plus Direct!
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      …TechNet Plus Direct is available exclusively online. No media shipments.
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    • 74. What was JavaScript originally known as?
      ProScript
      JavaTool
      WriteScript
      LiveScript
    • 75. SAVE 25% on TechNet Plus Direct Subscription
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    • 76. When was the first floppy disk introduced?
      1969
      1971
      1973
      1975
      The 8” floppy was introduced in 1971 and could hold 1 MB – more than most early 5 ¼” and 3 ½” disks introduced later.
    • 77. Visit the Windows Vista Compatibility Center now at www.windows.com/compatibility
      Know what works
      More than 5,500 devices and 3,500 software programs listed…
    • 78.
    • 79.
    • 80. In the film 2001: A Space Odyssey, which was the only spacesuit left unused?
      The blue one
      The red one
      The black one
      None of the above
    • 81. Where Can I Get TechNet?
      Become a TechNet Subscriber at www.microsoft.com/technet/subscription
      TechNet Events at www.technetevents.com
      Register for the TechNet Flash Newsletter www.microsoft.com/technet/flash
      Join the TechNet Online Community at www.microsoft.com/technet/community
    • 82. When was the first home VCR introduced?
      1974
      1975
      1976
      1977
      The Sony Betamax
    • 83. With a TechNet Plus subscription you get…
      • Immediate download access to full-version evaluation software & the latest beta releases
      • 84. 2 complimentary Professional Support Incidents (valued at $500)
      • 85. Managed Newsgroups with guaranteed next-business-day response to technical issues
      • 86. TechNet Library containing the KB, security updates, service packs, resource kits, and more
      • 87. Access to live TechNet Online Concierge Chat
      • 88. Access to the best technical Webcasts and Microsoft E-Learning courses
      www.microsoft.com/technet/subscription
    • 89. How many members are in the Xbox Live community?
      over 10 million
      over 15 million
      over 20 million
      over 25 million
      Larger than any city or satellite provider
    • 90. Microsoft Desktop Player
      Where can I find the best content about…?
      A one-stop search tool
      for technical resources and connections
      On your desktop!
      Where can I reach that evangelist…?
      Where can I get training on….?
    • 91. In the original WarGames film script, who was the role of Professor Falken written for?
      Christopher Walken
      John Voight
      John Lennon
      None of the above
    • 92. Microsoft Desktop Player
      See it Online @ www.microsoft.com/click/desktopplayer
      Download the Player @ http://go.microsoft.com/?linkid=9726371
    • 93. In what year did Visual C++ 3.0 ship?
      1995
      1997
      1998
      None of the above
      There was no Visual C++ 3.0 – Visual C++ 2.0 shipped with MFC 3.0
    • 94.
    • 95. When was Bing, Microsoft’s Decision Engine, first unveiled?
      May 15, 2009
      May 28, 2009
      June 3, 2009
      June 28, 2009
      Steve Ballmer unveiled Bing on May 28, 2009 at the All Things Digital Conference. Bing went live on June 3, 2009
    • 96. Welcome to the next wave of productivity !
    • 97. On average, a new Xbox Live account is created every:
      5 seconds
      10 seconds
      30 seconds
      minute
    • 98. Presented by:
      John Weston
      IT Pro Evangelist
      Microsoft Corporation
      John.weston@microsoft.com
      http://blogs.technet.com/jweston
      http://www.twitter.com/technetguy
    • 99. Sometimes heralded by Don Box as the first component technology, what does “TSR” stand for?
      Tactical Studies Rule
      Technology Software Restricted
      Terminate and Stay Resident
      Total Shareholder Return
    • 100. Today’s Event Schedule
      8:30AM – 9:00AM : The Future of Productivity…Today
      9:00AM – 10:10AM : A Day in the Life in the Next Wave of Business Productivity
      10:10AM – 10:30AM : Partner Presentation & Giveaway
      10:45AM - 11:45AM : Planning for Office 2010 and SharePoint 2010
      11:45AM – 12:45PM : Lunch and Partner Pavilion
      12:45PM – 2:00PM : Deploying Office 2010 and SharePoint 2010
      2:10PM – 3:20PM : Configuring Office 2010 and SharePoint 2010
      3:30PM – 4:30PM : The Next Wave of Business Productivity: Success Stories
      4:30PM : Done!
    • 101. What first began in Pittsburgh, PA in 1920?
      Construction of the Link River Dam
      The National Football League
      Construction of Carnegie Mellon University
      Radio Broadcasting
    • 102. Today’s Event Schedule
      8:00AM – 9:00AM : A Day in the Life in the Next Wave of Business Productivity
      9:00AM – 9:45AM : Planning for Office 2010 and SharePoint 2010
      Break
      10:00AM – 10:45AM : Deploying Office 2010 and SharePoint 2010
      Break
      11:00AM – 11:45AM : Configuring Office 2010 and SharePoint 2010
      11:45AM : Raffle!
    • 103. What does POST stand for?
      Positive-Overwrite Sendup-Task
      Power-On Self-Test
      Performance-Option Standard-Testing
      Pre-Optimized Setup-Test
    • 104. Feedback on today’s event:
      Brian Moore: BriMoore@microsoft.com
      Technical Q&A:
      http://blogs.technet.com/jweston
      John.weston@microsoft.com
      Presentation slides can be found at:
      http://www.TechnetEvents.com/Resources
      Action Items…
    • 105. In what year did Microsoft open its first international office in Japan?
      1977
      1978
      1980
      1982
    • 106. Get Started Today
      Install the Office 2010 and SharePoint 2010 trials*, and check out
      http://www.technetevents.com/resources/
      You’ll find today’s presentation decks, and links to…
      • Office Resource Centers for Compatibility and Web Apps Deployment
      • 107. TechNet Resources Desktop Player
      • 108. TechNet Subscription offer
      • 109. and more
      *Available on May 12th
    • 110. When did Microsoft announce the end of Clippy?
      April 11, 2001
      May 15, 2001
      June 5, 2001
      April 1, 2001
    • 111. Check out local events and resources!
      For Developers:
      msdnevents.com
      For IT Professionals:
      technetevents.com
    • 112. In 1993, Microsoft pitched Windows as a potential GUI for what computer?
      Altair BASIC
      Commodore PET
      Atari ST
      Commodore 64
    • 113. Follow us on Twitter
      IT Professionals
      Developers
      @MSDNLiveUS
      @TechNetLiveUS
    • 114. By 1983, approximately how many computers were in use in the United States?
      more than 4 million
      more than 6 million
      more than 8 million
      more than 10 million
    • 115. Learn how to work in the cloud!
      Find out more at http://bit.ly/CRGetAzureAcct
      FREE AZURE TRAINING!
      www.azurebootcamp.com
      2-day deep dive workshops to get you up to speed on developing for Windows Azure!
    • 116.
    • 117.
    • 118. Which Star Wars movie was filmed entirely in the studio?
      Revenge of the Sith
      The Phantom Menace
      Attack of the Clones
      Return of the Jedi
    • 119. Free Software, Support, and Opportunities for Web Dev. & Design Consultants
      Questions? Email:crwss@microsoft.com
    • 120. What does the TIE in TIE fighter stand for?
      Triple Ignition Engine
      Twin Ion Engine
      Trans-Interplanetary Expansion
      Trained Interception Elite
    • 121. Do you want the latest information?
      Do you want it delivered to you?
      The Most up-to-date Microsoft Technology Information Delivered Right To Your Inbox
      Don’t want to be bombarded?
      How-to’s, Hotfixes, Real Stories, Security Information, Chats and much more…
      The answer’s in a FLASH
      www.microsoft.com/technet/flash
    • 122. Which Microsoft exec dressed in drag and posed on a Harley to motivate employees?
      Ray Ozzie
      Rick Rashid
      Brian Valentine
      Eric Rudder
    • 123. Save Time, Learn Fast: Microsoft Learning “Snacks”
      Need answers now?
      Learn something new in less than five minutes:
      Learning Snacks are free, short, interactive presentations about popular topics and have been created by Microsoft Learning experts.
      Each Snack is delivered by using innovative Microsoft Silverlight technology and includes various media, such as animations and recorded demos.
      Look for “snacks” on Windows Server 2008, Silverlight, Vista, Virtualization and more!
      Try a “snack” today at: http://www.microsoft.com/learning/snacks
    • 124. “Chicago” was the codename for what?
      Windows 95
      Internet Explorer
      Windows CE 1.0
      Windows XP
    • 125. Best practices, experiences, and global solutions from Microsoft IT.
      How Microsoft Does IT
      Plan. Develop. Deploy. Manage.
      White Papers | Case Studies | Presentations | Webcasts | Podcasts |Solution Briefs | Videos | Radio Discussions | Insight Workshops | More…
      www.microsoft.com/itshowcase
    • 126. On September 29, 1983, Microsoft introduced what product?
      Xenix
      Windows 1.0
      Word for MS-DOS 1.0
      Excel 1.0
    • 127. MicrosoftIncentives.com
      Act Now. Save Now.
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      over 100 million
      over 2 billion
      over 2.5 billion
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      COBOL
      BASIC
      ASCII
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      June 22, 1992
      March 22, 1993
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    • 145. How many 1.44mb 3.5” floppies did VB3 Pro come on?
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      Two
      Three
      Four
      None of the Above
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    • 147. What movie included a touch interface inspired by MS Surface talks?
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      Minority Report
      I, Robot
      Mission: Impossible
      Steven Spielberg heard about early Surface prototypes.
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      Santa Fe
      Phoenix
      Albuquerque
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      19
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      Steve Ballmer
      Bill Gates
      Marc McDonald
      Paul Allen
      Marc McDonald was the company’s first employee
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    • 170. What was the original code name for Windows 3.1?
      Janus
      Jupiter
      Starlight
      Apollo
    • 171. Visit the Windows Vista Compatibility Center now at www.windows.com/compatibility
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    • 172. What was the first backwards-compatible Intel processor?
      The 80286 was a 16-bit processor introduced on February 1, 1982 and first used in the IBM PC/AT in 1984.
      The 8086
      The 80386
      The 8088
      The 80286
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    • 174. When did Commodore computers file for Bankruptcy?
      1990
      1992
      1994
      1995
      April 29, 1994, despite having the best-selling computer of all time, Commodore closed its doors.
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    • 181. What was the retail price for Windows 1.0?
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      $100
      $129.99
      $150
    • 182. Microsoft Desktop Player
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    • 183. What is the image name for the Windows Task Manager application?
      wtm.exe
      tkmanager.exe
      taskmgr.exe
      wtm.png
    • 184. Microsoft Desktop Player
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    • 185. On which date was War of the Worlds first broadcast, causing widespread panic?
      October 30, 1938
      October 31, 1939
      October 30, 1940
      October 31, 1941

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