Microsoft Ignite 2016 debrief webinar

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The Ignite Conference is Microsoft's flagship event for SharePoint, Azure, Office 365, Yammer, Skype for Business and more. Every year it promises exciting tech innovations straight from the product experts at Microsoft.

Join our webinar the week after this global conference as we talk through the announcements you need to know about - covering the products you use day to day.

In this 1 hour session, we'll be covering: 

  • Latest SharePoint, Office 365, Yammer and Azure product updates from Microsoft's flagship conference 
  • How to make use of this new technology in your digital workplace solution
  • How these changes will enhance our Unily intranet product

We'll be joined by Sam Hassani from BrightStarr and a Microsoft ambassador who can help answer your burning questions.

How to register

Register for this online webinar by completing the form on this page. You will receive confirmation from and GoToWebinar. 

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