Microsoft Assessment and Planning (MAP) Toolkit 5.0 Beta 1 is still open   Leave a comment

The Microsoft Assessment and Planning (MAP) Toolkit 5.0 Beta 1 is still open. If you haven’t already, be sure to download the tool today and tell us what you think. We want to hear from you! Use MAP 5.0 to plan your infrastructure, accelerate IT planning, and assess multiple products and scenarios from a single tool-helping you and your organization save valuable time and money.

To download the MAP Toolkit 5.0 Beta 1, visit Microsoft Connect: https://connect.microsoft.com

MAP Toolkit 5.0 is an agentless tool designed to simplify and streamline the IT infrastructure planning process across multiple scenarios through network-wide automated discovery and assessments. This Solution Accelerator performs an inventory of heterogeneous server environments and provides you with usage information for servers in the Core CAL Suite, a data center infrastructure assessment survey, and a readiness assessment for the most widely used Microsoft technologies-now including Office 2010.

Is your organization spending valuable resources planning its IT infrastructure? Participate in the MAP Toolkit 5.0 Beta 1. Take an early look at this release, and provide timely feedback to help ensure that our development team best meets your needs.

Tell us what you think!

Please send us your constructive feedback. We value your input; this is the perfect opportunity to be heard. Send your comments to the development team: MAPfdbk@microsoft.com.

Availability

The beta 1 review period will run through mid-May, 2010.

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To join the beta review program for Microsoft Assessment and Planning (MAP) Toolkit 5.0, visit Microsoft Connect: https://connect.microsoft.com/InvitationUse.aspx?ProgramID=1668&InvitationID=M32B-GBGR-HHFG&SiteID=297.

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Posted April 5, 2010 by Robert Smit [MVP] in MAP Toolkit

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