I’m speaking at Microsoft Ignite 2017

Join my session at Microsoft Ignite

The tech world is changing fast—and that means the role of the tech professional is more vital than ever before. Microsoft Ignite is the place to meet the experts, get your questions answered, and connect with the tech community. I’ll be there, presenting on the four mistakes I see organization make with their Active Directory Federation Services (AD FS) and Hybrid Identity implementations.


About Microsoft Ignite

Ignite is Microsoft’s yearly event for IT Professionals and developers. At Microsoft Ignite they connect with IT leaders from around the world. They hear from industry thought-leaders on the changing landscape of IT, they find new technology partners and they see how others are transforming businesses. Ignite is a one-of-a-kind experience designed to fuel business, connections, and the future forward.

Microsoft Ignite features over 40 pre-day sessions, including Microsoft Azure, SharePoint, Dynamics 365, Windows, and much more, a keynote by Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella and several meetups with fellow IT Professionals, developers and community leaders.


About my session

I’m scheduled for Wednesday September 27 2:10 PM in Expo Theater 4 in the South wing of the Orange County Convention Center in Orlando, to deliver the following session:

Four common problems to avoid with your AD FS environment

Many organizations have deployed Active Directory Federation Services. Working with them, revealed a pattern of common misconfigurations and misconceptions on deployment and management of AD FS, resulting in serious problems. Here’s our top four from the field, so you won’t have to experience them.


Join me!

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I hope to see you in Orlando, September 25-29!

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