The Microsoft Management Summit is the place to be to learn about the evolving role of IT as cloud innovator. But you don’t need a plane ticket to experience MMS! This year we’re streaming the keynotes live to make it super-easy to catch all the excitement. Use this friendly calendar reminder to save the date for both MMS keynotes!
For those who can’t attend live, we will also make over 175 breakout sessions available on-demand via the MMS website shortly after they are presented. Keynotes
Join Brad Anderson, Corporate Vice President of the Management and Security Division at Microsoft, returning this year to keynote both days. Brad will demonstrate how Microsoft management solutions can empower you on your cloud computing journey and help your organization manage a wide range of different devices.
Here are more detailed descriptions of the keynotes:
Day 1 Keynote: Microsoft Private Cloud. Built for the Future. Ready Now.
Cloud computing and the delivery of true IT as a Service is one of the most profound industry shifts in decades. Brad Anderson will present Microsoft’s vision for cloud computing and show how System Center 2012, as part of the Microsoft private cloud, will enable you to deliver the promise of cloud computing in your organization today.
Day 2 Keynote: A World of Connected Devices
Clouds and cloud-connected devices are changing the world of work and our daily interactions. Tech-savvy and always-connected, people want faster, more intuitive technology, uninterrupted services, and the freedom to work anywhere, anytime, on a variety of devices. Brad will show how System Center 2012 and Windows Intune can help IT embrace this new reality today, and in the future, by making the right intelligent infrastructure investments.
Looking for a deeper dive into MMS content? We will follow up with details on all the other “can’t-miss” MMS sessions. So stay tuned!
In-person or online, we look forward to seeing you next week!
Thank you for reading!Server and Cloud Platform Team
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