I’m speaking at WAZUG.nl 47

Speaking at User Groups (picture by Rick van den Bosch)

On Thursday evening April 19, 2018 I’ll deliver a 55-minute presentation for the Dutch Windows Azure User Group (WAZUG) on Azure Active Directory device management.

About WAZUG.nl

WAZUG logo (cloud only)The Dutch Windows Azure User Group (WAZUG) was founded in 2010 by a group of enthusiasts to inform and inspire developers, architects and consultants for Microsoft’s cloud application platform: Azure.

WAZUG organizes events roughly every month. They invite speakers to talk about technology, but also about reference cases. It’s also an ideal way to meet like-minded people and network. Meetings, food and drinks are always free to attendees.

WAZUG, these days, is run by Iwan Bel, Erwyn van der Meer, Edward Bakker and Sjoerd van Roessel.

 

About WAZUG.nl 47

Meeting 47 is organized with the help of Centric, a Dutch IT services provider in terms of managed ICT services, IT solutions and software engineering. They invited us over at their headquarters in Gouda, the Netherlands.

In contrast to earlier WAZUG.nl meetings, WAZUG.nl 47 has an IT Pro focus.

The evening kicks off at 6PM with dinner. After a short welcoming ceremony, I’ll present for 55 minutes. After a short break, a second session is presented. After the second session, there’s room and time for drinks up until 9:15PM.

About my presentation

Between 6:35PM and 7:30PM, I’ll deliver a 55-minute session on Azure AD Devices:

Devices and Azure AD: who, what, where?

For a long time, device management within on-premises Active Directory was Microsoft’s strong point. Lately, Microsoft has been building out their possibilities in Azure Active Directory in terms of devices. Think about Single Sign-On (SSO), device join/registration and the ability to grant or deny access based on the device’s status and location.

In this session I’ll tell you everything there is to know about devices in Azure AD. I’ll discuss Azure AD Join, Conditional Access, Azure Multi-Factor Authentication, Azure Identity Protection and Windows Hello. Of course, I’ll share my recommended practices for all these technologies.

 

Join us!

Join us for free.
If you haven’t yet, sign up to the Dutch Windows Azure User Group using a Microsoft account, and then register for this WAZUG event.

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