Microsoft teases Ignite 2016 with four new videos

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Microsoft’s Ignite event hopes to be a place of mass learning and experience, and their latest set of videos highlight that. At Ignite, Microsoft will discuss current products being deployed in workplaces and to consumers and will reveal the future direction and movement of these products to better help chart their path in the consumer and business spaces.

The 2016 conference is set to feature similar kinds of session topics as this year’s Ignite 2015 conference, from Azure to Windows, Exchange to SQL Server. Updates on all of these, and how to best utilize new features, will also play a role, so IT professionals in attendance can maximize a products’ potential and performance.
These new videos feature answers to various questions that attendees might have, like “What’s to be gained from going?”, or “What’s the target audience?”, all the way to “What makes the event great?”. Microsoft’s various employees answer these questions by detailing the one-on-one interactions they have with the numerous people at the conference and emphasise the kind of networking opportunities available at Ignite  The final video says, “If you’re in IT, a developer, or a decision maker in your company, it’s for you.”. Here are all four videos for your convenience.

Pre-registration is now open and will keep interested parties updated on the actual event registration which should open in February. The event will be packed with more than 1,000 hours of content as well as over 700 sessions to take part in. Are you planning to take part in Ignite 2016? Let us know in the comments below.