Now you can see a lot of the great Internet of Things solutions that were showcased at the Worldwide Partner Conference last week in Washington, D.C. View partner case studies and the dedicated Internet of Things session by Barb Edson, general manager of marketing for Cloud and Enterprise.
In a post on the Microsoft Power and Utilities Blog, Jon C. Arnold gives a shout out to two companies that work very closely with both Microsoft’s Power & Utilities team, and were given Partner of the Year awards at the Worldwide Partner Conference 2014.
Microsoft is working with its original equipment manufacturing (OEM) partners “to ensure that they have the knowledge and access to the right technology resources to support their customers’ business needs,” writes Erwin Visser on the Windows for your Business blog.
On his blog, Microsoft’s Chief Evangelist, Steve Guggenheimer, celebrates the second day of the Worldwide Partner Conference by shining the light on “several partners who announced new and cool apps and technologies.”
Several senior leaders, including Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella, will speak from 5:45 a.m. to 8:30 a.m. PT Wednesday, as part of the Vision keynotes at the Worldwide Partner Conference in Washington, D.C. The Vision keynotes will be streamed live online on the WPC 2014 site.
Exactly one year since launch, the momentum generated by Microsoft CityNext is significant and continues to grow. More than 200 partners have already signed on to Microsoft CityNext and are actively delivering more than 700 solutions worldwide – helping to build more modern, safer, healthier and educated cities.
On Friday, Microsoft announced a new Windows Developer Program for the Internet of Things (IoT), and if you’re attending the Worldwide Partner Conference 2014 in Washington, D.C., you’ll get a chance to learn more about how to unleash the potential of IoT for your business.
Eric Ligman, Microsoft’s senior sales excellence manager, has all of the pro tips, from where to watch keynote speeches live, to how best to follow the conference on Twitter and the Microsoft Info Partner App.
Microsoft is integrating the cloud into the Microsoft Partner Network, with three new cloud-focused competencies based on performance for Office 365 and Microsoft Azure to be offered to better help partners serve customers. The announcement was made Monday by Phil Sorgen at the Worldwide Partner Conference 2014 in Washington, D.C.