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Join Microsoft and a panel of MVP speakers at the Cloud OS Relay, to learn about the Cloud OS and how this technology suite from Microsoft can transform your business. Speakers such as Gordon McKenna, David Allen, Damian Flynn, and Simon Skinner and more will be covering all things Cloud OS! The big topics of these sessions will be:
Simon Skinner, one of our Cloud and Datacenter MVP will be hosting these sessions throughout the UK at the following locations:
Where and when are the events;
You can find out more details, and see any additional dates at http://www.cloudoscommunity.com/cloudOSrelay
Christian Booth (ChBooth) | Sr. Program Manager | System Center
Program Lead: System Center: Cloud & Datacenter MVP
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