Scott Hanselman spent some time talking to Maria Naggaga, a Microsoft Evangelist that works with students. Her perspective on getting starting with web development and working with students is very refreshing.
When companies endeavor to move their applications and services to the cloud, they tend to worry more about security up front. Interestingly, platforms such as Azure provide an even more secure environment than most self-managed co-location facilities can hope to offer, not to mention the plethora of features on the platform that help you secure your solutions end to end. In this session Michele will review the mini-avalanche that comprises Azure security across all features. Taking the architect's view of the platform, she'll cover best practices for securing Azure solutions end to end and discuss the tangential benefits of moving to Azure and how it can help you with checking the boxes on those pesky security surveys.
This spring, Microsoft is releasing SharePoint 2016 and numerous updates to Office 365 and, in these new services and products, you'll find gems and new, sharp edges. How can you maximize the value your organization realizes from its investment in these fundamental productivity platforms? How can you manage change in the increasingly fast-paced world of cloud-inspired technology? Join Dan Holme, Microsoft MVP and globally-renowned technical and thought leader, for an in-depth and candid keynote address that explores how SharePoint and Office 365 impact your team, your organization, and your career.