I’m presenting at the Dutch Windows Management User Group 2019-5 Meetup

OGD Delft

The Dutch Windows Management User Group (WMUG) is one of the more active IT Pro user groups in the Netherlands.

I was honored when they invited me to speak at their next meetup on Wednesday November 13, 2019. Of course, I’d present at this meetup; their fifth meetup this year!

     

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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 meet Kenneth van Surksum, Arie de Haan, Erik Loef and Bob Cornelissen regularly at events and worked together with Peter Daalmans. Glimlach

   

About the WMUG  2019-5 Meetup

Windows Management User Group Netherlands (WMUG) organizes a free community event on Wednesday night November 13, 2019 at OGD ict-diensten in Delft, the Netherlands.

The event starts at 4:30 PM with presentations and people are welcomed at the venue from 4 PM onwards. After the first one-hour presentation by Patrick van den Born titled ‘Identity and Access Management with Ivanti’, I have the stage for a maximum of 45 minutes, because, right after my presentation, we’ll eat. After the 60-minute dinner break, Erwin Derksen discusses Azure AD Domain Services, before we get some drinks.

To me personally, presenting at a former employer feels extra special.

  

About my presentation

I’ll present a 45-minute session, titled

Azure AD Connect; How did you think it went?

5:30 PM – 6:15 PM

20 million organizations worldwide use Azure AD. The majority of them use Azure AD Connect to synchronize their on-premises Active Directory environment(s) with Azure AD. An organization can realize this in four clicks, but what exactly do you get? And is that sufficient?

In this session, I’ll show the ultimate possibilities of Azure AD Connect. Opportunities that you thought were not possible, but are certainly worthwhile for many organizations. In addition, I’ll share the experiences of my team, so that you can take the tips, tricks, do’s and especially the don’ts with you to your own (or future) implementations of Azure AD Connect.

  

Join us!

This promises to be an excellent event for those craving some in-depth identity and access management!
Register for this event for free. Dutch

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