In about a week from today Microsoft Ignite 2020 gets underway. It’s quite a bit different this year but the one thing you can be certain of is we have lots of new and interesting content for you to enjoy.
If you haven’t registered yet, go do it now! It’s free to attend this year, and packed full of digital experiences for you to enjoy.
This post is to highlight the Exchange, Outlook and Bookings sessions we have created and curated for your viewing pleasure. The links won’t be live until the event starts, but we wanted to give you a peek into what to expect.
To be honest we have seen this shift to digital as an opportunity to give you more sessions about the things you want to hear about. With less constraints like rooms and speakers and space to worry about we decided to create content this year you wouldn’t normally get to see, and we really hope you enjoy it!
Here’s a list of all the material we have available, with links that will go live when the event starts on September 22nd 2020 at 8am PST. Enjoy!
This particular set of content is important and we’ll have more on this subject in the coming months, but the high level is this: How can you be sure we look after and protect your email and calendar data from end to end? What are all the things we do to make sure that your data is protected and privacy ensured from the device in your hand or on your desk to the bits on a disk in one of our datacenters.
This collection of recordings help explain what we do, how it works, and what it means, and we really hope you find these recordings helpful and informative. You’ll recognize the speakers as experts in their field.
This next set of material is something we probably wouldn’t have been able to do at Ignite this year were it a physical in-person event. Why? Because those kind of events we all fondly remember (remember the food? How can we ever forget the catering…) were always limited in terms of rooms, speakers and sessions. With an all-digital event, we can do whatever we want! Well, sort of. But in this case, we did exactly what we wanted to do – give you high quality content from the people that know it inside out.
The people presenting these sessions all work in Microsoft’s support or field organizations. Unlike our engineering and marketing teams they work with real customers day after day, helping solve issues and problems, helping customers get our software deployed and so on.
Engineering teams know how they designed something to work. Marketing knows what engineering told them about how it should work. The presenters of these sessions know how it actually works.
So, for some real world, hard-earned advice about migration from on-prem to the cloud, take a look at these recordings. You can consume them in any order, pick and choose what you want to see, or sit back and watch them as a collective playlist.
We hope you agree, that’s a lot of content. We know, as we spent a lot of time making it the last month or two and we really hope you enjoy and learn from it.
We always love to hear your feedback, but unlike physical events you can’t just come down to the booth after a session and talk to the speaker or the team. The best place to leave feedback or ask question will be in the Tech Community, so please interact there with us, or leave comments here on the blog.
Speaking of Tech Community, we’ve arranged a post-event Ask Me Anything session so you can ask us questions! The AMA will take place on October 8th from 9:00 – 10:00am PST in the Exchange AMA space in the Exchange Community. We’ll remind you all nearer the time, but if you want to pop that into the old calendar now, that would be splendid.
Director of Product Marketing - Exchange Server and Online
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