We already know that Microsoft is gearing towards a busy March with its Build 2016 conference starting on March 30, but the company is also announcing the TechNet Virtual Conference, a 3 day event starting on March 1.
This an event for IT professionals, but it could still be interesting for Microsoft fans who care about technical stuff. Anyway, here is the program:
- March 1, 9AM to 1PM PST: Microsoft Senior Evangelist Rick Claus and journalist Mary-Jo Foley will present this first session labeled "Inspiring IT Pros", covering topics like online security, IT careers and the role of IT leaders in companies.
- March 2, 9AM to 4:30PM PST: This session labeled "Windows 10 and mobility" promises to explore the latest developments in Windows 10 and to provide IT Pros the skills needed to plan out scaled deployments. Presenters are still unknown.
- March 3, 9AM to 4:30PM PST: The concluding session is labeled "Infrastrucure, on-premises and in the cloud", and may interest you if you're passionate about datacenters, Azure and Windows Server.
If you want more details about the event, you can already sign up right on the website for getting speaker previews and other important announcements. Moreover, if you're an IT professional and legal resident of the US, you may really want to sign up as Microsoft will give participants the chance to win one of 5 Air Hogs remote control quad drones! Who said IT conferences were not interesting?