WMUG – The inaugural Manchester meet up

As many people know, I’ve been a WMUG community lead now for coming up to 5 years. As the resident Northerner it’s long been an ambition of mine to establish some kind of event in my region of the UK – Manchester. So here we are, it’s booked in for the evening of 16th January 2018 and now open for registrations. I’ve made the decision here to use Meetup for registrations for the event, it’s a new one for WMUG and widely used so let’s give it a whirl.

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I’ll be hosting this event and also doing a speaking session along with fellow WMUGers Paul Winstanley and Robert Marshall. Here’s the info…

Beat the January blues by enjoying some FREE LEARNING and join us on Tuesday 16th January 2018.

Sessions include:

 

Let’s get flying with Windows AutoPilot

 

Speaker – Peter Egerton (WMUG Leader)

 

We take a look at what’s currently capable with Windows AutoPilot and what we should be doing to get the most out of it.

Cloud Management Gateway – what is it, how can it help me and how can I set it up?

 

Speaker- Paul Winstanley (Microsoft MVP)

 

As the title suggests, Paul will take us through the CMG role in Microsoft System Center Configuration Manager (SCCM) and show us the ropes on this now prevailing feature.

Architecting in the Modern World

Speaker – Robert Marshall (Microsoft MVP)

Session summary TBC

We will also allow plenty of time for free talk and Q&A.

Light refreshments will be provided. We hope to see you there!

REGISTER HERE

This event is kindly sponsored by HotEskimo – the premier Microsoft consultancy in the Channel Islands

Contact events@wmug.co.uk for any questions

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