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.
There’s a lot to take in and to learn at the Worldwide Partner Conference 2014, which started Monday in Washington, D.C. To help you find your way, whether you’re there in person, or following online, we’ve got several tools to make it easy for you.
Steve Guggenheimer, corporate vice president, Developer Experience and Evangelism, and Microsoft’s chief evangelist, reports from the Worldwide Partner Conference a new offering for valued partners called the Vertical Independent Software Vendor Partnership Program. He writes that it’s an in-depth program to help partners succeed in a cloud-first, mobile-first world.
U.S. keynote and sessions presenters were asked to recommend other sessions at the Worldwide Partner Conference July 13-17 that complement theirs, and the result is a handy list of a dozen sessions for you to choose from on the Microsoft Partner Network blog.
U.S. Partners will have a chance to meet with some key players shaping U.S. tech policy strategy – and forge important connections that could be good for business – by attending sessions hosted by Microsoft’s Voices for Innovation program at the Worldwide Partner Conference 2014.