Microsoft to hold SharePoint Conference 2014 in Las Vegas March 3-6

The last time Microsoft held one of its official SharePoint Conferences, it happened in November 2012. This week, the company revealed that the next such event won't be held in 2013 but instead will take place from March 3-6, 2014.

The SharePoint Conference website has been relaunched with information about the 2014 edition, which will be held in Las Vegas, where the 2012 conference was held. The specific location will be at the Venetian Hotel and Resort; Microsoft did not say why they decided to not hold the conference this year.

While the website has relaunched with information about the conference and registration won't begin until September. Microsoft says the event is for IT professionals, programmers and executives who use SharePoint and related software services such as Yammer, Office 365 and other Microsoft products.

The website adds:

Along with the best new content, industry trends, and product announcements, there will be SharePoint and Yammer product managers, engineers, and industry experts answering questions, giving presentations, and hosting discussions. Access to the top SharePoint  and Yammer people has never been easier!

In addition to the panels, keynotes and other events during the actual conference, Microsoft will also hold related sessions the day before and the day after SharePoint Conference 2014.

Source: Microsoft | Image via Microsoft

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Must be a slow news month. These dates were released a couple of months back.

Anyway, the 2012 conference was a blast. Hoping to go again

I like it... not necessarily a love thing for me, as i still find it a little unwieldy even after seeing the improvements in about 5 versions.

Someone else can set it up, and I'll happily use it though