Yesterday, the Dutch Networking User Group organized the Tablet Day at the Reehorst in Ede, the Netherlands. Dave and I presented a 45-minute session on device management through ActiveSync. The whole day was packed with sessions from many speakers and it was a great success with good drinks and a dinner afterwards.
Some people took pictures during our session, so I thought of sharing some of them with you in this blogpost.
We had a big room with nice natural lighting, that felt like a breath of fresh air in contrast to the main auditorium of the Reehorst. The room was filled with 150 seats and, as you can see in the picture below, the majority of them were used by people attending our session:
Since this was the third time Dave and I presented on the topic, we felt pretty confident and had a lot of fun discussing the IOS 6.1 ActiveSync bug, the effects of ActiveSync settings on various tablet and phone models and the missing Swipe Password API on Android-based devices: