Many of you are aware already – but for those that are not, Microsoft is putting on a 3-day online event to talk about what’s coming and what to expect, working as an IT Pro in an extremely versatile and constantly changing profession. There have been tectonic-type shifts in the technology industry over the last few years, with much of it being led by Microsoft as the company has begun to revamp its entire corporate culture around today’s modern and disruptive technologies. To help IT Pros comprehend these changes, Microsoft is leading a 3-day discussion that will stream live HERE on the IT/Dev Connections 2016 web site March 1-3, 2016 (stream will go live on March 1).
Partnering on this effort makes a lot of sense for both us and Microsoft. Here at IT/Dev Connections we agree with much of what Microsoft will propose, which is why we deliver the conference content that we do – and in the manner we offer it. For Microsoft, IT/Dev Connections is the perfect next step for TechNet Virtual Conference attendees so they can get deep-dive, technical solutions to current issues but also to expand their expertise on the topics Microsoft presents in its online event.
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IT/Dev Connections 2016 is a no-nonsense, deep-dive technical community conference that is community and content driven – not a keynote-scripted event. Listed as one of the top DevOps conferences for 2016, ITDC covers the hottest industry topics in 5 categories including Cloud & Data Center, Data Platform & Business Intelligence, Enterprise Collaboration, Enterprise Management, Mobility, & Security, and Development & DevOps ensuring attendees leave with the knowledge to fix open problems and deliver technology planning information for long-term business strategy and continuity. IT/Dev Connections 2016 runs from October 10-13, 2016 at the ARIA Resort in Las Vegas.
Don’t get stuck learning about technology from journalists. Come to IT/Dev Connections to hear it from the masters and experts who work with technology every day.