Microsoft to live stream Monday's TechEd 2014 keynote

Microsoft holds its 2014 edition of its TechEd North America conference next week in Houston, Texas and today the company announced that the event's keynote address on Monday will be live streamed for anyone who wants to watch but who can't attend.

Microsoft's news page shows that the live stream for the keynote will begin at 9 am Central time in Houston (10 am Eastern time) on Monday. The keynote will be headed up by Brad Anderson, who is Microsoft's long time Corporate Vice President for its cloud and enterprise businesses.

Microsoft will also live stream a press conference from TechEd 2014 following the conclusion of Anderson's keynote. TechEd itself will run from Monday, May 12th to Thursday, May 15th. As with previous TechEd events, this conference will concentrate on information about its services to IT administrators and professionals.

A few months ago, there were rumors that TechEd 2014 North America might be the last edition of the conference held by Microsoft but so far the company has yet to confirm or deny those reports. Microsoft still plans to hold TechEd New Zealand in September, followed by TechEd Europe in Barcelona, Spain in October.

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It's tech stuff like this that should be part of Xbox Live Original programming.

This, Build, Channel 9, Imagine Cup, etc. should be its own channel.
There are a ton of people out there who would tune it with great interest for all things Geek.

The program could go on as usual, and people who really love tech can see how some of this stuff comes to be