Learn what the cloud means for the future of enterprise- design a cloud strategy that works for organization.
Keeping pace in today’s digital market, while preparing for the future, requires a comprehensive cloud strategy. Your strategy and approach will include the development of the right internal skills needed to implement, manage, and broker the right technology solutions. To optimize your business practices, cloud-based solutions must seamlessly integrate into your workflow. Cloud enables communication, collaboration, and gives employees the ability to act in an agile manner in tough competitive environments.
Join this webcast to learn how to:
- Understand what CIOs and CFOs really care about when evaluating cloud services to run their business
- Navigate the gap between IT transformation and expectations for financial and business growth
- Merge existing applications into a strategic cloud strategy
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Equip your team for project success
When you're managing a project, it's important to know who's doing what, when they're doing it, and how long it's expected to take so you can finish on time and stay within your budget. Project Online enables organizations to proactively manage resource utilization, identify bottlenecks early, accurately forecast resource needs, and improve project selection and timely delivery.
Join this webinar to:
Discover tools that can help you ensure your projects are properly staffed.
Find out how you can identify overused and underused resources to optimize assignments.
Learn how you can post updates from any device and oversee progress while you're on the go.
Reimagine your data's potential
Unlocking critical insights from increasingly complex data requires cloud-compatible, intelligent, more secure applications. Your apps need to be dependably accessible, regardless of platform, user location, or device. SQL Server 2017 is engineered precisely to support these needs with modern database management. It helps you uncover valuable insights hidden in your data and use that information to transform your business.
Join this webinar to:
Find out how you can turn raw data into meaningful reports that can be delivered to any device.
Learn how SQL Server 2017 empowers businesses with data warehousing, whether on-premises, in the cloud, or both.
Discover the security capabilities of the Azure cloud.
Driving organizational change with real-time, actionable insights
Employee productivity is a priority for most business leaders. Workplace Analytics provides information that helps leaders make better business decisions. It leverages Office 365 collaboration data to deliver powerful new insights for enterprise productivity, allowing business leaders to understand the collaboration patterns across organizations that influence productivity and employee engagement.
Join this webinar to:
Learn how you can unlock new insights into your workforce.
Discover how Workplace Analytics can help you make decisions that lead to higher employee engagement.
See how you can define privacy controls to meet your needs while staying compliant to protect your data.
Advanced tools to create and share high-velocity content
Content is an important organizational asset that embodies the knowledge and processes of individual businesses. As the transition from traditional enterprise content management to dynamic content services has taken place, the ways in which organizations create, manage, and share content have also evolved.
More than 300,000 organizations now use SharePoint and OneDrive in Microsoft 365, including 85 percent of Fortune 500 companies. Active users grew over 90 percent, and data stored and sync usage grew over 300 percent in the last year alone.
Join this webinar to:
Find out how you can help protect your content in SharePoint and OneDrive with security controls.
Learn how to use SharePoint's simple, quick interface to manage multiple file types.
See how you can use PowerApps and Flow to transform your business processes.
Scott Woodgate, Dir. of Product Marketing, Microsoft; Sarah Fender, Principal Program Manager, Microsoft
Microsoft Azure Security Center makes it easier than ever to protect your Azure virtual machines and virtual networks, enabling you to move to the cloud with confidence. In addition to helping you protect your Azure resources, Security Center also protects servers and VMs running on-premises and in other cloud platforms like AWS and GCP.
Azure has uniquely built-in security management that helps improve your productivity with native intelligence systems, like machine learning based recommendations and threat information sourced from the Microsoft Intelligent Security Graph.
In this webinar, learn how to:
- Use Security Center to set up security policies
- Quickly find and fix security vulnerabilities
- Detect and respond to threats across your entire IT infrastructure
Paul Stubbs, Product Marketing Manager , Microsoft, Giampaolo Battaglia, Sr. Product Marketing Manager, Jeff Derstadt, Prin
Join us for this Microsoft AI webinar to learn how new Azure Bot Service and Language Understanding Intelligent Service features enable developers to build bots and language models that allow any application to understand language commands and act accordingly.
In this webinar, you will learn:
- How new Azure Bot Service and Language Understanding Intelligent Service features improve your bot building experience
- How to build language models that enable your bots and apps to understand language commands and communicate
- How to build intelligent bots with the Azure Bot Service
- How to get started quickly with the Bot Builder SDK
Arjmand Samuel, Principal Program Manager , Microsoft; Chipalo Street, Senior Program Manager, Microsoft
In today’s connected world, devices and data can be found far outside traditional data centers or offices, in places like oil wells, hospitals or factory floors. For these businesses, connectivity can be expensive and unreliable and get in the way of implementing effective IoT solutions.
Azure IoT Edge is a service that allows cloud intelligence to run on your IoT devices locally. With Azure IoT Edge, you can deploy cloud workloads such as Artificial Intelligence, Azure Machine Learning, Azure Stream Analytics, Azure Functions or custom code via containers directly on your IoT device to enable real-time insights.
Curious to learn more? Join us in this webinar, presented by IoT engineering experts, to learn:
- Why and when you should use edge computing as important part of your IoT solution
- How to get started with Azure IoT Edge
- How to create and deploy containers using IoT Edge portal
- Securing your edge devices and solution
Cesar de la Torre, Sr. Program Manager, .NET team, Microsoft
Join us for a webinar on how to approach the modernization of your existing.NET Framework web or service-oriented applications. App modernization, commonly referred to as “lift and shift”, is the action of moving a workload to a newer or more modern environment without altering the application's code and basic architecture.
We’ll examine how to move your existing .NET Framework server-applications directly to Azure by modernizing specific areas, without re-architecting or recoding entire applications.
We’ll also highlight the benefits of moving your apps to the cloud and partially modernizing apps by using a specific set of new technologies and approaches, like Windows Containers and orchestrators in Azure.
At the end of the hour, you’ll see:
- An intro to the cloud migration maturity levels (Cloud-Infrastructure Ready, Cloud-DevOps Ready and Cloud-Optimized)
- How to containerize existing .NET Framework apps with Windows Containers (e.g., -
- Monolithic WebForms and ASP.NET MVC web apps)
- Deploying and running your containerized app into an Azure VM
- Deploying and running your containerized app into Orchestrators in Azure (Kubernetes and Service Fabric)
- DevOps and CI/CD pipelines in VSTS deploying to the same environments in Azure
- Demos for each scenario
The way people work together is changing. Users struggle to manage multiple logins as well as share and discover information, while IT experts face the threat of shadow applications creeping in and threatening security and compliance. The combination of unique workstyles, colleagues from different generations, and collaborators with differing expectations necessitates a universal toolkit for teamwork.
Microsoft Teams is the hub for teamwork in Office 365, integrating with Office 365 apps and consolidating the tools you and your colleagues use to get things done.
Join this webinar to:
Find out how Teams facilitates chat, calls, and meetings for modern collaboration.
Discover how you can leverage the enterprise security, compliance, and manageability of Office 365 to reach your objectives.
See how you can customize and extend your Microsoft Teams experience with updates from the apps you use every day.
James Phillips, Microsoft, Judson Althoff, Microsoft
In this session, learn about Microsoft’s vision and strategy for helping companies transform, Microsoft’s own digital transformation, as well as that of innovative customer Otis Elevator Company.
You’ll see impactful demonstrations illustrating innovative use cases in sales, service, and marketing, including insight on our partnership with Adobe and LinkedIn and how we're changing the way companies work.
Grad Conn, Microsoft; Rishi Dave D&B; Paul Herman, Sprinklr
Join Grad Conn, Marketing Visionary and Thought Leader, who will challenge you and your organization to do business differently.
This session includes a panel discussion with our latest partners; D&B and Sprinklr. Rishi Dave CMO, Dun & Bradstreet and Paul Herman, VP, Product and Solutions Enablement Group, Sprinklr sit down with Grad to discuss the critical role that the Microsoft partner ecosystem plays in the cross-industry digital transformation journey.
Running applications in the cloud can feel daunting without the right platform to help you manage and operate them effectively. Container technology has grown in popularity to help address this challenge, including the use of an orchestrator to help deploy, scale, and operate application containers across clusters of hosts to ensure they run as intended. Kubernetes has become the defacto standard to manage containers due to its functionality and most importantly the fact it has a large open source following.
Join this webinar to learn:
- The benefits of using containers in your cloud strategy
- Why Kubernetes is a great choice for managing containerized applications
- How easy it is to implement AKS – Azure Container Service
According to a recent MIT Sloan Management Review and Deloitte University Press report, Aligning the Organization for Its Digital Focus, nearly 90% of more than 3,700 business executives, managers and analysts from around the globe say they anticipate their industries will be moderately or greatly disrupted by digital trends. Yet less than half (44%) currently believe their organization is adequately preparing for this digital disruption.
In this keynote, Vice President and Principal Analyst of Forrester will reveal six key strategies to drive new customer value and revenue, and challenge your thinking to ensure your companies survive as “predator”, not “prey”.
Harnessing intelligence for smoother meetings
As organizations evolve to use more collaboration and communication tools, the promises of artificial intelligence and machine learning are becoming real. Meanwhile, organizations are gaining massive amounts of intelligence through the Microsoft Graph. What if businesses could harness the intelligence of cognitive services, machine learning, and the Microsoft Graph to give teams a better way to collaborate and communicate, thereby changing the very nature of calling and meeting experiences? This vision of intelligent, informed communication and collaboration is now possible.
Join this webinar to:
Discover how Microsoft is delivering on the vision of intelligent communications.
Learn what changes your organization already has the ability to make.
Find out how to assess what intelligent communications mean for your unique business and needs.
Shift your strategy for a more nimble cybersecurity approach
Why does security feel like the most frustrating challenge in government IT? In part because security in a cloud-first, mobile-first world calls for new approaches. Data is accessed, used, and shared on-premises and in the cloud, erasing traditional security boundaries. During this webinar, we'll take a look at cybersecurity trends and introduce some resulting strategy shifts that can help government organizations detect and respond to attacks while making faster, more coordinated overall cybersecurity decisions.
Giampaolo Battaglia (Product Marketing Manger), Paul Stubbs, AI Product Marketing, Microsoft
Microsoft Cognitive Services helps day-to-day developers create powerful applications with the capability to think and process information like humans. Learn first-hand about Microsoft Cognitive Services and how you can easily build customer-facing AI applications with Vision, Language, Speech, Knowledge and Search functionality.
We will also provide an overview of the Cognitive Services API collection (30 APIs), share how customers are using Cognitive Services APIs today and provide demonstrations of how powerful these APIs can be when combined with real world applications.
Specifically, you’ll see:
- Our collection of 30 APIs and how to get started in minutes
- A real-world demo of using AI to solve business problems
- All the API Keys you can take advantage of, falling under Vision, Speech, Language Knowledge and Search and how to leverage these to innovate your existing technologies.
Designed for engineers, technologists and others in IT who are new to the cloud or new to Azure, this introductory webinar will demonstrate how using a cloud-based infrastructure can help you reduce costs, improve security and innovate rapidly. You’ll learn about common scenarios and use cases for infrastructure services, and get a walk-through of how to start using Azure.
This Azure Infrastructure webinar includes:
- Virtual machines and networking
- Web and Database Servers
- Monitoring and security
- Backup & disaster recovery
Join us to learn why Microsoft Azure is the best cloud platform for your Windows Server workloads. Discover great resources to get started with Azure and view an in-depth demonstration on how to best use Azure— then be ready to add “cloud admin” to your list of superpowers.
In this webinar you’ll learn how to:
- Migrate apps and workloads to Windows Server on Azure to gain cloud agility and efficiency
- Integrate on-premises Windows Server environments with innovative hybrid capabilities such as backup and storage
- Set up powerful hybrid security for Windows and Linux applications running on Windows Server in Azure or on-premises
- Use existing Windows Server licenses to save on Azure virtual machines—making Azure the most cost-effective cloud for Windows Server workloads
Zachary Deptawa, Cloud Developer Advocate, Microsoft and Nic Jackson, Developer Advocate, HashiCorp
Deploying and managing infrastructure has historically been a manual and often error-prone process. The popular DevOps concept known as Infrastructure as Code (IaC), using HashiCorp Terraform allows you to avoid these challenges by creating reliable, repeatable and automated deployments on Microsoft Azure.
Join us for an on demand webinar with experts from Microsoft and HashiCorp to learn about the benefits of using Terraform with Azure and learn how to create a deployment for a multi-tier application with networking and security requirements.
In this webinar we’ll cover:
- Set up and use of Terraform with Azure
- Provisioning secured environments with private and public network tiers
- Provisioning and managing application infrastructure
- Using Terraform Enterprise to enhance governance and team collaboration
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