Get the inside scoop on Exchange at Microsoft Ignite

Published Jan 28 2015 08:00 AM 12.6K Views

This morning we published the first look at the Ignite session catalog providing you a better view of what to expect at Ignite. Ignite brings together the Exchange Conference with TechEd and other Microsoft technology events. By attending Ignite, you’ll have access to a broad set of content on Microsoft’s technologies, including detailed content from the teams that build the products and the experts who deploy and use the technologies.

The initial Ignite session catalog includes over 50 sessions on Exchange and Outlook. We will continue adding more sessions leading up to the event. Use this pre-filtered search link to begin reviewing the content we are planning for Ignite. In addition to first look at the sessions, we are sharing an expanded view of the featured speakers you can expect to find at Ignite.

Veterans of past MEC events, Greg Taylor and Jeff Mealiffe, took some time to talk to us about what to expect at Ignite. Check this out as they coin the new Ignite descriptor - #BREEP!

Mark your calendars for an #IgniteJam on Twitter

Join us on February 3rd at 9:00 am PT, when we’ll have the whole event team and a few speakers ready to chat with you on Twitter. We’ll be ready to answer your questions about the event and hear what you’re excited about in terms of community experiences and things to do in Chicago. Add the event to your calendar with this link.

To participate in the #IgniteJam

  1. Log in to Twitter on Feburay 3rd, at 9:00 a.m. PT. For easier real-time participation, use Twubs and join us at:
  2. Introduce yourself and include the hashtag #ignitejam and tag us at @MS_Ignite.
  3. Watch for questions coming from @MS_Ignite and chime in with your answers and commentary, using the hashtag #ignitejam.


So sign-up now and we’ll see you in Chicago!

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Looking forward for the next version of Exchange, irrespective of On Premise / O365 - Am Loving It :)
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What kind of BS is this!!

Out of 50 Exchange Server sessions, 25 of them are about Office 365.

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Why Office 365 is clubbed with Exchange in (Session Catalog)? Nothing on Lync, only 1 session on PowerShell. I hope it's not as disappointing as I am thinking. Last TechEd in New Orleans wasn't good. Hope Chicago will ROCK!.
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Thanks for creating the pre-filtered catalog. What a great looking assortment of Exchange conference sessions. I'm stoked for Ignite now!
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Bad... Too much O365....
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@Anon-1: get used to it, seems it will take some years before MS abandons this cloud-crap.. until then, you have to deal with the streams of brainwashing propaganda.
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Just face up to the future, Office 365 is where it's at for a great many customers.
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Where is Scott Schnoll
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