I will be speaking at NIC 2014

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In the past few weeks, Raymond and I have presented on Bring Your Own (BYO) and Enterprise Mobile Management (EMM).

You might recall the announcement of our session for NGN’s and NGi’s first joined event Mobiel Werken 2013. Also, our two sessions at Experts Live 2013 were fun.

Now, Raymond and I have planned our first English set of sessions at the 2014 Nordic Infrastructure Conference – Cloud Edition.


About the Nordic Infrastructure Conference

The Nordic Infrastructure Conference (NICConf) is a premier event for IT Pros, offering broad technical education on Microsoft and 3rd party products, tools and services. This two-day event will focus on deep dives and practical knowledge.

NICConf will be hosted for the third time on January 16th and January 17th, 2014. It’s location will be the Oslo Spektrum in the heart of Oslo, Norway.

NIC attracts the top speakers on its topics, Cloud Services, Systems Management, Server and Client, Unified Communications and Virtualization. No wonder, you’ll run into Alex de Jong, Sami Laiho, Andy Malone, Brian Desmond, Johan Arwidmark, Morgan Simonsen, Scott Schnoll, John Craddock, Peter de Tender, Mikael Nyström, Aleksander Nikolic, Mike Reseller, Magnus Björk and Paula Januszkiewicz.


About our sessions

During NIC 2014, I will be cohosting two sessions in the Server and Client track, together with Raymond Comvalius (Windows IT Pro MVP). Part 1 of these sessions between 9 AM and 10 AM on Friday January 17th, 2014. Part 2 is scheduled for 1:40 PM – 2:40 PM. Both sessions will run for 1 hour with plenty of opportunities to ask questions.

Our sessions are titled Bring Your Own Device Essentials with Windows technologies and focus on the new BYO and Identity capabilities found in Windows 8.1 and Windows Server 2012 R2. As part of the session, Raymond and I will convince our audience on the practical use cases of claims-based authentication, multi-factor authentication, the web application proxy, workplace join and work folders where you would open the network infrastructure up to the outside world, but, at the same time, still remain in control…

These two presentations are already referred to as the ‘Big BYO Show’ by many and have gathered rave reviews. Now, it’s time for us to conquer the English-speaking world.


Don’t miss out on NIC! Register here.


Related blogposts

I will be speaking at NGNs and NGIs shared BYO Event
I’ll be speaking at Experts Live 2013

Further reading

Nordic Infrastructure Conference – Cloud Edition
Oslo Spektrum

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