The world moves fast and only one business technology conference explores the latest from Microsoft and beyond to help your business increase productivity, realise opportunities, overcome challenges, satisfy customers and keep one step ahead of the competition. Or in other words… Define Tomorrow™.
Define Tomorrow™ – Microsoft Event 2016 will focus on the latest Microsoft technology updates like Windows Server 2016, Office 365, Azure and Enterprise Mobility Suite. We will have specialist speakers from Microsoft and our own team at ComputerWorld with live demos on stage.
You’ll have a chance to network with colleagues and our ComputerWorld specialist team will be on hand to offer help and advice on the big themes discussed.
|9.45||Windows Server 2016|
|10.45||Quick Fire Round|
|11.30||Dell Microsoft Storage Spaces|
|12.00||Office 365 and EMS|
Our event will be held at At-Bristol, Science Centre.
Key note speakers
Ed Baker - IT Pro Technical Evangelist, Microsoft UK
Ed is an IT Pro Technical Evangelist with Microsoft UK. In his role he gets to present to audiences of varying sizes, experience and skillsets with the aim of exciting them enough to evaluate, build and grow their engagement with Microsoft's products ranging from Office 365, Azure and OMS to Windows 10, Server 2016 and System Centre. Ed is a Microsoft Certified Trainer and also acts as the UK Regional Lead.
Mark Mulvany - Microsoft Hybrid Cloud Lead, Dell UK
Mark is a Senior IT Specialist / Instructor with 26 years industry experience (Microsoft Certified Trainer and Consultant) and experienced international speaker areas of expertise include Cloud Computing , Datacentre Design, Unified Communications and Virtualization. Heavily involved in reskilling IT pros and pilot deployment project. Mark has worked as an external Training specialist for Microsoft and Dell amongst others for the last 9 years reskilling IT Partners on new technology both from a technical perspective and just as importantly a business value approach.
To see what our Define Tomorrow™ events are like watch the video below: