Speaking: Evolve Conference UK

I recently received a confirmation email that I will be speaking at the Evolve conference in Birmingham, UK. This is a growing conference that has been running for a few years now and started out as UC Day originally. It’s organised by a great bunch of people some of whom I’ve worked with previously on things like the Global Azure Bootcamp and The Microsoft Cloud User Group. Oh and it’s completely FREE to you.

Evolve Conference incorporating UC Day

The conference is on September 10th at the National Conference Centre located at the National Motorcycle Museum and it will be my first time visiting this location which I am very much looking forward to. Alongside the fantastic line up of speakers there is an array of sponsors in the sponsor hall who can show you the latest and greatest products out there. I will be presenting two sessions at this event which are as follows:

Configuration Manager and the Cloud

In this session Peter will show how Microsoft System Center Configuration Manager (SCCM) has evolved over the past few years from a firmly on-premises client management solution into a fully hybrid cloud enabled product. This includes connections into the latest and greatest Microsoft Cloud technology such as Microsoft Intune, OMS, Windows Upgrade Analytics and Office 365 to name just a few.

Flying into the future with Windows AutoPilot

Windows AutoPilot is fast becoming a viable device deployment solution for many organisations. In this session Peter will demonstrate the capabilities of this technology and explain the advancements made since its initial release in early 2017.

Tickets are free via registration through the conference website but of course are limited so if you can get there then come along and I’ll look forward to seeing you there on the day.

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