I’m speaking at the Dutch 2014 TechDays

I’m very excited to announce I’m listed to speak on the TechDays event, hosted by Microsoft Netherlands on April 16 and April 17, 2014 at the World Forum in The Hague.

Of course, just like previous Dutch TechDays events, I’m also on the roster for the Ask the Experts. This is my 4th consecutive year there…

About the Dutch 2014 TechDays

TechDays 2014 LogoTechDays is an international series of Microsoft events, hosted by Microsoft subsidiaries around the world. Microsoft Netherlands, just like last year, has decided to make the event a 2-day event, filled with both IT Professionals and Developers content.

Microsoft Netherlands has arranged for several highly rated international speakers, like John Craddock, Bryon Surace, Chris Jackson and Paula Januszkiewicz to present sessions, next to our own heroes Maarten Goet, Ronald Beekelaar, Ruben Spruijt, Steven van Houttum, Jeff Wouters, Kenneth van Surksum, Roel van Bueren and Alex De Jong.

 

About my session

I will be hosting a 75-minute session, together with Raymond Comvalius (Windows IT Pro MVP). Our session is titled Bring Your Own Device Essentials with Windows technologies and focuses on the new BYO and Identity capabilities found in Windows 8.1 (Update) and Windows Server 2012 R2 (Update).

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 through Windows Intune and integration with on-premises Microsoft technologies like Active Directory and System Center Configuration Manager ……

Our session is planned on April 16, 2014 between 10:50 AM and 12:05 PM.

Will we see you there?

  

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