The Dutch IT Pro Community is a vibrant community with many communities, focusing on specific aspects, and thus catering to different groups of the Dutch IT Pro population.
One of the more active user groups is the Dutch Windows Management User Group (WMUG). This week, they invited me to speak at their Christmas event on December 13, 2016. After talking to Raymond, we decided to not just help out, but to really invest the time to make our point and deliver a co-presented two-hour presentation.
About the Dutch Windows Management User Group (WMUG)
Windows Management User Group Netherlands (WMUG) is a Dutch user group offering a stage to share knowledge between fellow-IT Pros through regular and 100% community-driven user group meet-ups.
I know many of the persons running WMUG. I’ve worked together with Adnan Hendricks at OGD, Meet Kenneth van Surksum, Arie de Haan, Erik Loef and Bob Cornelissen regularly at events and see Peter Daalmans almost daily at a mutual customer.
About the WMUG Christmas Event
Windows Management User Group Netherlands (WMUG) organizes a free community event on December 13, 2016 at Hollywoud Service Cinema in Almkerk.
The event starts at 3:30 PM with presentations and people are welcomed at the venue from 3 PM onwards. After the first two hours of presentations, with a 15-minute break in between, diner is served. Attendees will have to be quick to get a bite to eat, because 60 minutes later two more presentations, totaling 90 minutes runtime, are scheduled. These two presentations consist of a sponsor presentation by Dennis Rietvink from Savision and a presentation titled ‘OMS: your ideal digital watch dog‘ by Dieter Wijckmans.
After the presentations, the room will be cleaned and prepped as a cinema room, showing Hacksaw Ridge (2016), starting 8:30 PM.
This event is sponsored by PROXSYS.
About our presentation
After our successful ‘Deep dive on Azure AD Join’ session during Experts Live 2016, we’re taking the attendees even deeper into the wonderful world of Modern Management with one end-to-end use case, based on a single question:
Can you guys allow for secure access to our business resources from untrusted devices and locations, owned and/or used by employees and third parties, without invalidating my current investments and/or allocating my entire budget?
We’ll take an in-depth look at Azure Active Directory, Windows 10 and Windows Server 2016, while we’re at it.
This promises to be an excellent event!
Register for this event for free. Dutch