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Inside MMS: Broadcasting live each and every day from MMS 2012

Just received this note from Dan Kregor and it’s definitely worth keeping your eye on.  This will be a great way for non-attendees to keep up on some happenings at MMS 2012.

Here’s Dan’s email:

MMS 2012 has SOLD OUT! And I mean completely sold out. Unless you already have a ticket, or are lucky enough to win one, then you have zero chance of attending. Sure, you can watch the keynotes, but as we all know MMS is far more than just the Keynotes.

Have no fear dear friends. This year you will be able to stay up to date with all the happenings at MMS. will be broadcasting “Inside MMS” live each and every day, bringing you the news, views and atmosphere from the biggest conference on the System Center calendar. Broadcasting live from 17:30 PST (01:30 GMT) each day, we will be joined by MVPs, conference speakers, System Center Product Managers and a plethora of other special guests.

Not only will we provide you with great coverage and content, we also want to bring you into the conversation. You’ll be able to ask questions or comment via the Twitter hashtag #InsideMMS, and with plans for a Google+ hangout you’ll be able to immerse yourself in the discussion.

As MMS draws closer, we will release details on how you can not only watch but also get involved. In the meantime, make sure you head to for your fix of System Center podcasts, and don’t forget to follow us on Twitter and subscribe to our Facebook page.

Our goal is to make sure you don’t miss a thing!

In addition to the Inside MMS daily podcast, here’s some other ways to keep up:

MMS 2012 goes digital: LIVE streaming and On-Demand for attendees AND non-attendees!

The MMS 2012 Survival Guide

The MMS 2012 Live Twitter console

The MMS 2012 Weekly Newsletter

Inside Podcast Network

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