Presenting @ Microsoft Cloud OS MVP Roadshow


CloudOSMVPRoadShow

Last week I was happy surprised to be speaking at Microsoft Cloud OS MVP Roadshow. This event is part of Microsoft’s global campagne to promote Microsofts new CloudOS. Part of the Cloud OS proposition I’ll talk about how to empower People Centric IT by Unified Device Management (UDM) – also known by the market as Enterprise Mobility Management (EMM).

Agenda

  • 09u00 – 09u15 Introduction to the CloudOS (Isabel Moll)
  • 09u15 – 10u00 Extend your datacenter with virtualization and networking (Marc van Eijk)
  • 10u00 – 10u45 Ensure business continuity and service delivery (James van den Berg)
  • 10u45 – 11u00 Koffie pauze
  • 11u00 – 11u45 Unlocking Data Insights (André Kamman)
  • 11u45 – 12u30 The Modern Data Warehouse  (André Kamman)
  • 12u30 – 13u15 Lunch Pauze
  • 13u15 – 14u00 Access and information Protection (Raymond Comvalius)
  • 14u00 – 14u45 Unified Device Management (Ronny de Jong)
  • 14u45 – 15u00 Koffie pauze
  • 15u00 – 15u45 Enable modern business apps (Tom Verhoeff)
  • 15u45 – 16u30 Why cloud matters for modern business applications (Tom Verhoeff)
  • 16u30 – 17u00 wrap-up & Drinks

Call-to-Action!

Step 1 – Attend this event and discover what Microsoft CloudOS leverage your organization!

Step2 – Download the CloudOS trail versions and discover your potential!

 

CloudOS3 Hyper-V Server 2012 R2

 

Microsoft System Center 2012 R2

 

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CloudOS2 Microsoft System Center 2012 R2 Configuration Manager and Endpoint Protection
Windows Server 2012 R2

 

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Looking forward to catch-up with you at this event!

Ronny

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