Microsoft Summit Australia to focus on making businesses digital leaders

14-17 November; Sydney, Australia

Rebecca Gibson
Rebecca Gibson
By Rebecca Gibson on 09 November 2017
Microsoft Summit Australia to focus on making businesses digital leaders

Microsoft Summit Australia will take place at the International Convention Centre in Sydney, Australia from 14-17 November 2017.

Themed ‘Make your business a digital leader’, the event is split into three separate summits that are designed to deliver the skills, solutions and industry connections for individuals and businesses to grow in the digital age.

On 14 November, the Microsoft Business Summit will open with keynotes from Toni Townes-Whitley, corporate vice president of Industry at Microsoft, and Brian Cox OBE, a particle physicist at the University of Manchester and Royal Society Professor for Public Engagement in Science. The day is designed exclusively to help business leaders and decision makers understand how they can execute a digital transformation of their companies.

Microsoft partners and organisations interested in starting a partnership with Microsoft can attend the Microsoft Partner Summit on 14-15 November to see how they can build their business with the technology company’s help.

From 16-17 November, IT professionals and developers will be able to attend the Microsoft Tech Summit and meet with Microsoft’s local and global cloud engineers and experts. Attendees will also be able to participate in technical training sessions with the experts who build the cloud services across Microsoft Azure, Office 365 and Windows 10. Julia White, Microsoft’s corporate vice president of Cloud Platform, will deliver a keynote on the first day if the Tech Summit.

SignUp Software, a provider of accounts payable and contract management automation solutions, will sponsor the event.

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