Last week, Heliview organized its annual Identity and Access Management (IAM) congress at the Nieuwegein Business Center.
To set up our booth, Carlo and I arrived early. We swiftly set it up and then enjoyed a cup of tea as the start of our day. This also allowed for some time to canvas the room.
At 11AM, I presented a 25-minute session on Decentralized Identities. I took questions after the session, while the next speaker set up. We also received a lot of positive feedback after the session.
During the day we had a lot of interesting conversations with both existing and potential customers. It strengthened their belief in the Microsoft cloud solution for providing and governing identity and access control leveraging Azure Active Directory.
After the closing keynote by Maria Genova, drinks were served. After 6PM, we tore down our booth and headed home. Content.
Thank you to Heliview for organizing yet another successful IAM congress and inviting me as a speaker once again, and to all the people attending, sitting in on my session and, of course, the people with whom we had interesting discussions.