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Introducing the Microsoft Ignite session catalog

Ignite

This morning, we announced the availability of the session catalog for Ignite, Microsoft’s new, premier enterprise technology event. This provides the first in-depth look at the hundreds of sessions that will be available at the event covering deep technical information on products as well as strategy, guidance and best practices on security, deployment and usage. If you haven’t already, register now for Ignite. 

What to expect at Ignite

Ignite builds on the best of past events including the SharePoint, Exchange, Lync and Project conferences. Hear from Microsoft General Manager, Julia White, about what to expect in terms of the remarkable content and community experience at Ignite.

 

Mark your calendars for an #IgniteJam on Twitter

On February 3rd at 9:00 a.m. PT, we’ll have the whole event team and lots of speakers ready to chat with you on Twitter. We’ll be ready to answer your questions about the event and hear what you’re excited about in terms of community experiences and things to do in Chicago. Add the event to your calendar with this link.

To participate in the #IgniteJam:

  1. Log in to Twitter on February 3rd, at 9:00 a.m. PT. For easier real-time participation, use Twubs and join us at:  twubs.com/ignitejam.
  2. Introduce yourself and include the hashtag #ignitejam and tag us at @MS_Ignite.
  3. Watch for questions coming from @MS_Ignite and chime in with your answers and commentary, using the hashtag #ignitejam.

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