TechNet Conference: Zoom in on Technology (Nov 12-13)


IT Pros working with Microsoft technologies can expect plenty of new releases this autumn: On October 18th not only Windows Server 2012 R2 and System Center 2012 R2 but also Windows 8.1 and a new version of Windows Intune will be available!

The German TechNet Team therefore will host a special event in Berlin regarding all these new releases on November 12th and 13th 2013: The TechNet Conference!

This will be the biggest and most important Microsoft event in Germany for IT Professionals this year.

With nearly 40 Sessions in three tracks covering „Microsoft Cloud OS“, „New Era“ and „Modern Workstyle“ national and international experts will give attendees a detailed technical deep dive (level 300 and higher) on topics like Windows Server 2012 R2, System Center 2012 R2, Windows 8.1, Windows Intune as well as SQL Server 2014, Office 2013, Office 365 or Windows Azure.

National and international Microsoft experts as well as leading community peers will be there as speakers, including well-known specialists like Bernhard Frank, Aiden Finn, Carsten Rachfahl, Heike Ritter, Andreas Wolter and security expert Paula Januszkiewicz.


From Microsoft Global Business Support, our very own Premier Field Engineer Milad Aslaner (who is a frequent speaker at TechEd and technology festivals on Windows Reliability) will talk about Windows Modern Access Control and Sideloading of Apps. Devid Treuling, a Senior PFE, joins Milad for a talk about Windows Performance.

But that´s not all: On the IT Camps workshops, you can go even deeper and try out what you just heard at the sessions. Microsoft partner ppedv will be there to get you certified for free as well as hundreds of IT-Professionals you can get in touch with. Registration for TechNet Conference is already open, tickets are available for 199,- Euros (exclusive of VAT).

So if you´re in Berlin around the middle of November, don´t hesitate - get your ticket for TechNet Conference!

Posted by Tristan Kington, MSPFE Editor. PS: Pinch and a punch.

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