Visitors in Atlanta, Georgia, for Microsoft’s Ignite later this year will be surprised to see that over a fourth of the presentations at the conference will showcase Microsoft Office 365. Over 120 of the 463 sessions will cover Office topics such as strategies, hands-on experiences, overviews, deep dives, expert Q&As, or a little bit of everything mixed together.
The Office blog posted a few samples of topics in detail that will can be found through the session catalog such as:
Peer behind the curtain—how Microsoft runs Exchange Online
For 75 minutes, you’ll put on a virtual Microsoft blue badge and enter the world of Exchange Online operations. See how it’s done with a rare look behind the scenes of one of the world’s biggest email service providers.
Plan for Skype for Business cloud connectivity with Office 365
Bring your PSTN circuits to Microsoft Office 365 today! In this session, we cover two types of connectivity with Cloud PBX, either using your existing Skype for Business server pool or using Cloud Connector Edition. You get all the planning guidance you need to get started on your Cloud PBX deployment using your existing PSTN service and circuits with Cloud PBX.
Learn about Office 365 security and compliance in a cloud-first world
In building and delivering Microsoft Office 365 as a global service, we are committed to earning trust by delivering the highest level of data security, privacy and compliance assurances, while ensuring people can be productive and collaborate with each other across their devices, from any location. You shouldn’t have to choose between top-notch security and great productivity experiences. In this session, we discuss our overall vision for security and compliance, the exciting innovations we have already delivered and our amazing plans for the future.
With Satya Nadella delivering one of his infamous keynote speeches, the event is sure to be an educational and inspiring experience for attendees. So the question remains: Will you be attending the Microsoft Ignite 2016 event in Atlanta? There are still available tickets, so don’t forget to register on the dedicated website in advance. For those already registered, September 26-30 can’t come soon enough!
With greeting of Winbeta.org