Today, we revealed new and upcoming features to help your organization (and IT team) support hybrid work across your Windows ecosystem efficiently and securely. If you have questions about these capabilities—or about deploying, securing, and managing Windows devices in general—join us this Thursday, April 7th, for the second Windows edition of Tech Community Live!
This event will feature three live-streamed Ask Microsoft Anything (AMA) sessions with creators and experts from the engineering and product teams answering questions on camera and in chat. Here's what you can expect:
8:00 a.m. Pacific Time – Aidan Marcuss, Windows CVP, kicks off Tech Community Live and the Windows Productivity & Collaboration AMA, then hands it over to Windows Principal Group Product Manager Paul Barr and the product makers working on core UX improvements, Touch, accessibility, and more.
9:00 a.m. Pacific Time – David Weston, Vice President of Enterprise and OS Security, will lead the Windows Security AMA. This is a great chance to learn how you can leverage the great capabilities in Windows to implement a multilayered Zero Trust approach that protects your organization, your data, and your end users.
10:00 a.m. Pacific time – Steve Dispensa, Vice President of PM for Microsoft Endpoint Manager and Windows, will lead the final AMA of the day—on Windows management. Experts on Windows, Windows 365, Microsoft Endpoint Manager, Windows Autopliot, Azure Virtual Desktop, and Microsoft Edge will be standing by to support.
Each live stream will end at 10 minutes before the hour so that we can finish up answering questions in the chat.
How do I participate?
Anyone can watch the event. To actively participate and post a question, you need to be a member of the Tech Community. If you haven’t already signed up, click Sign In in the top right corner of this site to join the Windows community today!
What if I can't attend on Thursday?
No problem. Post a question now in the Comments section of the event pages and check back after the event. We'll also publish a Q&A summary after the event for easy reference.