Are you interested in learning more about Microsoft's enterprise strategy as it relates to virtualization, cloud computing, server and device management, and more? If so, then we recommend attending next week's Microsoft Management Summit in sunny Las Vegas, Nevada.
The conference runs April 8-12, and we'll be covering the event live. Brad Anderson, corporate vice president of program management in Microsoft’s Windows Server and System Center Group, will be giving the keynote presentation describing how technology can improve efficiencies and productivity. We'll also be talking to people about the benefits of Hyper-V vs. VMware, BYOD and the consumerization of IT, and the pros and cons of public vs. hybrid vs. private cloud implementations.
It's not too late to register for the conference. If you're going to be there, let us know!
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