Windows Server Summit 2019 is just two days away and we already have over 8,500 registered to attend. Thats a record in Windows Server Summit virtual event registrations to date! Register now
and tell your friends and colleagues about it because you dont want to miss it. Weve spent hundreds of hours creating never-before-seen Windows Server demos and content that will be delivered to you by our rock star presenters.
What do we have in store for you?
These demo-rich sessions will be jam-packed with all the latest and greatest in Windows Server of course! That includes what weve done in areas like hyperconverged
infrastructure, hybrid cloud
, and modernization of your IT infrastructure. Well also cover management products like Windows Admin Center and System Center 2019 as your gateway
to the cloud
But thats not all!
We are giving away five Xbox One X consoles and ten Surface Headphones for lucky winners this year*. How do you get your hands on one of those? All you have to do is be a good Windows Server Summit participant and perform a few engagement activities, like:
- Attend the live broadcast for at least an hour
- Complete the Knowledge Check
- Download a document from the virtual event Resources
- Take the event survey
Once youve done all that, youll be entered in the sweepstakes to win one of the fifteen prizes we have available. If you live in a country where Xbox One or Surface Headphones are not certified for distribution, you will be provided with a Microsoft Store gift card of equivalent value. A pretty good deal, huh?
On Wednesday, May 22, 2019, at 9:00 am Pacific Time to learn how to make the most of Windows Server so your environment is covered today, tomorrow, and into the future. And who knows, you may be listening to the next Windows Server Summit wearing a nice shiny pair of Surface Headphones!
*No Purchase Necessary. Open only to registered event attendees 18+. Sweepstakes ends 5/22. For details, see Official Rules.
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