Microsoft quietly updated the Ignite website to list the dates for the next online event. According to the site, the online event will run March 2 to March 4, likely using the same 48-hour, around-the-click format as last time. Microsoft replaced the traditional in-person event planned for last September in New Orleans with two online
Today I have been busy getting ready for not one, but two, Microsoft conferences. Let’s get started. First… Build your schedule for Microsoft Ignite To start, the Schedule Builder for Microsoft Ignite went live this morning. Logon to MyIgnite with the account you used for registration. Once you’re signed in, click Session Scheduler at the
I received an email from Microsoft today outlining some upcoming changes to Cortana and more specifically Cortana on the Harman Kardon Invoke smart speaker. The changes and timeline are as follows: September 7, 2020 – Support for third-party Cortana skills ends. Early 2021 – Support Cortana app for mobile (iOS and Android) ends. January 2021
Most conferences have gone virtual this year thanks to the pandemic, and the Microsoft HiEd conference is no exception. According to an announcement today on the Microsoft-HiEd mailing list, the 2020 conference will be a free online event. If you work in IT in Higher Education, be sure to put this one on your calendar.
If you have been wondering if you will be able to use Premier Support hours for Microsoft Ignite passes again this year, worry no more. We received official confirmation from our Technical Account Manager (TAM) last week that this option will be offered again for 2020 with some caveats. Here is what you need to