The Microsoft Ignite session catalog is live. Start planning now!
Find out how to build, customize, and deploy your own Windows 10 image; manage updates and security; support end user devices; and much more at Microsoft Ignite. This year’s conference features more than 70 Windows sessions, including hands-on learning opportunities and breakout sessions with Microsoft and industry experts. Check out the full session catalog today, browse Windows sessions, and register today to secure your spot.
What do you want to learn at Microsoft Ignite 2016?
- Ensure that you’re getting the most out of Windows 10?
- Discuss real-world questions with product experts, in person?
- Strengthen your defenses against hackers?
- Challenge your strategic thinking?
Perfect. All of that—and more—is waiting for you in Atlanta. The full session catalog is now live, so all you have to do is start exploring which sessions you want to attend.
Here’s a sample of Windows topics you’ll find, including breakout, interactive, and technical sessions…
Microsoft Windows 10 impacts the way you deploy, service, and provision PCs. In this interactive session, we try to answer all of your questions related to these aspects of Windows 10, with engineering team experts from Microsoft on hand.
End the game for credential theft with Microsoft Windows 10
Credential theft, whether talking about passwords or derived credentials that can be used in pass the hash attacks, may feel like an unmitigated crisis, but help is finally here. The Microsoft Windows 10 Anniversary Edition includes a deep bench of solutions to help protect your users’ identities from unauthorized access and abuse. In this technical session we cover the entire spectrum of client side identity challenges and then we walk you through each of the solutions focusing on technical implementations that enable the security assurances to be made.
And that’s just a start…
With 460+ sessions to choose from, which ones will you attend?
Remember: September 26–30 is approaching fast. We’re excited to see everyone soon—and if you haven’t yet registered, don’t delay! Register for Microsoft Ignite