Microsoft is excited to be a Diamond Sponsor of the AIIM Conference 2019, March 26-28 in San Diego. We’re looking forward to connecting with information management professionals from across the globe.
As part of the sponsorship, Microsoft is leading a variety of conference sessions, including an executive breakout, round tables, and a user group session. See below for more details.
In addition, Microsoft is offering customers the opportunity to participate in research sessions and 1:1, personalized meetings with Microsoft Content Services product team members. In these meetings, you can learn about and provide feedback on potential solutions and get tailored tips and techniques to help you drive usage and adoption of Microsoft 365 within your organization. If you’re attending AIIM19 (or if you’re in the San Diego area) and interested in meeting with us, submit a request at https://aka.ms/AIIM2019 by March 15.
While you’re at the conference, stop by the Microsoft booth (Booths 3 and 4) and say “Hello!” At the booth, you might be greeted by one of the partners in the Microsoft Content Services Partner Program. As one of the unique benefits of the program, partners will be hosting “office hours” at the Microsoft booth; these “office hours” will be posted at the booth.
And you can save $100 off your registration by using the keyword MICROSOFT. Hope to see you there!
Microsoft events and activities at AIIM19
9:00 am – 5:00 pm, PreCon Training Workshop: Intelligent Information Management on the Office 365 Platform with Robert Bogue
9:00 am – 6:10 pm, 1:1 meetings with the Microsoft Content Services team (By appointment only)
7:45 pm – 10:00 pm, Microsoft 365 dinner and reception (RSVP required)
Executive Keynote - Create, Control, Connect: Driving Customer Teamwork and Content Services in Microsoft 365 with Chris McNulty
8:30 am – 5:50 pm, 1:1 meetings with the Microsoft Content Services team (By appointment only)
4:10 pm – 4:55 pm, M365 User Group - Microsoft Users: Unite!
8:45 am – 12:10 pm, 1:1 meetings with the Microsoft Content Services team (By appointment only)
Roundtable: Improve Collaboration with Microsoft 365
Roundtable: Bridging the Gap Between SharePoint and Microsoft 365
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