I’ll be at my second Microsoft Tech Summit of the year this week, on the 27th and 28th of March, and I am looking forward to it. The Microsoft Tech Summit is effectively the Ignite Roadshow, where Microsoft are bringing top-notch sessions – many of which were at Ignite last year, many of which are new – to cities around the world.
For the UK, Microsoft have picked a much better location this time round – Birmingham, which is the UK’s second city, with the National Exhibition Centre as the venue. If you aren’t familiar with it, the NEC is as close as it could be to the centre of England, and the entire UK’s road network convenes here, along with a major airport and train station connected to the venue. It’s no coincidence that I’m a fan of the venue’s location as it’s also pretty much next door to the location for UC and Cloud Day this 9th October 2017, at the National Conference Centre.
This time round I you will find me on both days in the centre of the venue, on the Microsoft Communities stand, within the sponsor pavilion. Myself, Andrew Price, Tom Arbuthnot, Adam Gent, Iain Smith and Martin Boam will be there, no doubt joined throughout the day by various people from Microsoft. Feel free to drop by at any time – you’ll be able to find out how to get involved in UK user groups, and you can ask us anything you like about your Office 365, Exchange or Skype for Business projects.
And, if you haven’t signed up, it might not be too late. Sign up today at the Microsoft Tech Summit website, for free.