Published: 24 September 2016
I am proud to be part of Microsoft Ignite this year again. This is an event which I am part of since 2007 ( as speaker & Technical expert) . This year (2016) I will be delivering 2 Breakout session as Futured speaker , and as for the several past few years a good Friend MVP Raymond Comvalious will join me as co speaker, and the sessions are as below:
Explore advanced Windows Defense
Interested in security? Want to protect your data in the real world? See how Microsoft Windows addresses security as a whole system, one layer at a time. Explore methods of developing a secure baseline and how to harden your Windows Enterprise architectures and applications from pass-the-hash and other advanced attacks.
Halt hackers: do those tricks still work with Windows 10?
Over the past years, attacks have become more sophisticated and what once was the most safe operating system on the planet, can now easily be hacked. What are the most compelling dangers for Microsoft Windows 7 and 8.1, and how is Windows 10 capable of fixing them? This session shows what Windows 10 will help to protect out of the box and what you can do about the remaining threats.
Details about MSIgnite 16
Who will be there? Well, aside from yourself... Microsoft Ignite will host thousands of IT Decision Makers, IT Professionals, and Enterprise Developers from around the world. Microsoft technical and business leaders will be there, too—including Keynote Speaker Satya Nadella, and Brad Anderson, Joe Belfiore, Dave Campbell, Peggy Johnson, Chris Jones, Julie Larson Green, Gurdeep Singh Pall, and many others. With access to the best and brightest minds in the industry, you'll get practical guidance, inspiration, and insights to help launch your next successful project.
What is MS Ignite?
What will you learn? Microsoft Ignite will bring together the best of previously individual conferences: Microsoft Management Summit; Microsoft Exchange, SharePoint, Lync, Project, and TechEd conferences. If you've attended one (or several) of these events in the past, and been hungry for more, you'll understand why we made the decision to bring these legacy events together as one and create some fireworks. Microsoft Ignite will offer hundreds of sessions and labs, training and certification opportunities, and direct access to Microsoft engineers and execs.
So there's no confusion: Microsoft Management Summit + Microsoft Exchange Conference + SharePoint Conference + Lync Conference + Project Conference + TechEd = Microsoft Ignite
The first batch of session content is live, covering Architecture; Deployment, Implementation and Migration; Development; Operations and Management; Security, Access Management and Compliance; and Usage and Adoption. Check them out at http://ignite.microsoft.com/Sessions and watch for the full catalog of sessions to come in January.
Why Ignite? For the first time ever, we'll bring together the education, vision, and guidance for the full spectrum of our enterprise solutions, all under one roof. By combining individual Microsoft conferences, we can cover it all, across cloud infrastructure and management, big data and analytics, productivity, unified communications, operating systems, mobile devices, and more. Plus, you'll have access to your own community of experts and those you haven't met yet. We're rewiring what a Microsoft enterprise tech conference is and does—creating one single place to stoke the fires for your team, your company, and your career.
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