Great news! Yesterday I got confirmation that my session was accepted to speak at the Global Azure Bootcamp in Birmingham on April 21st. I will be speaking about Windows AutoPilot as this is something I have been working with recently and demonstrating at various user group sessions.
Session details below.
Flying with Windows AutoPilot
Let’s get flying with Windows AutoPilot and look at the latest device deployment option from Microsoft. In this session you will learn what you need to use Windows AutoPilot and how to set it up along with how to deploy your first device with it and even some troubleshooting tips for when there is turbulence mid-flight.
I’m really looking forward to being there and demonstrating this neat technology from Microsoft, I think it has a bright future ahead.
If you’re not familiar with the Global Azure Bootcamps they have been running for a number of years now and the basic premise of this is that hundreds of cities worldwide simultaneously host a full day event where people can learn something about Azure for FREE. There are currently 188 event scheduled worldwide so if you want to know more about Global Azure Bootcamps and find one in a city near you then check out their web page here – https://global.azurebootcamp.net/