Meet Brad and Paul at Build 2016!
Paul and I are heading to San Francisco tomorrow for Microsoft’s Build 2016 conference and you can catch up on what will be discussed by checking out my preview post, here.
Build keynotes: live stream + live tweets
We’ll be live-tweeting the Build 2016 keynotes on Wednesday and Thursday morning, and while you could simply follow us on Twitter, the easiest way to see the live video stream and both of our tweets is to tune in at our special Build 2016 hub.
The Wednesday keynote is scheduled for 8:30 to 10:45 am PT (11:30 am to 1:45 pm ET). The Thursday keynote is scheduled for 9:00 to 11:00 am PT (12:00 to 2:00 pm ET).
Say Goodbye to Traditional PC Lifecycle Management
Traditional IT tools, including Microsoft SCCM, Ghost Solution Suite, and KACE, often require considerable custom configurations by T3 technicians (an expensive and often elusive IT resource) to enable management of a hybrid onsite + remote workforce. In many cases, even with the best resources, organizations are finding that these on-premise tools simply cannot support remote endpoints consistently and reliably due to infrastructure limitations.
Windows Weekly LIVE
Mary Jo Foley and Paul will be recording Windows Weekly live from the Moscone center at Build this year and they going to have a number of special guests, myself included. The day/time is different than usual, however: We’re recording the show on Friday from 1:00 to 3:00 pm PT at the Channel 9 Hub in Moscone West, and you can get in to watch even if you’re not signed-up for Build: Just email [email protected] for a downloadable ticket. (Build attendees do not need to do this.) Get there early for a good seat, too: Doors open at 12:30.
Windows Weekly meetup
We’re also hosting a Windows Weekly meet-up at the Red Dog Restaurant & Bar on Friday from 4:00 to 7:00 pm PT. Everyone is invited and there’s no RSVP required. Here’s the address:
Red Dog Restaurant & Bar
303 2nd Street, San Francisco, CA 94107
Build mobile apps
If you are attending Build, be sure to grab the Build mobile app for Windows 10, iOS or Android: