Panos Panay and more: What’s up with Windows at Microsoft Ignite Nov. 2-4

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Are you an IT pro planning to attend the virtual Microsoft Ignite event Nov. 2-4? If so, be sure to check out the core sessions, interactive experiences and deep dives that will help you deploy Windows 11, optimize device management and keep users protected and productive. You’ll find it all listed here, but here are key sessions to catch: Agile, collaborative, secure: Why adopt Windows 11 today Tuesday, Nov. 2: 11:30 a.m. PT Aidan Marcuss, Wangui McKelvey Join Windows CVP Aidan Marcuss and Microsoft 365 GM Wangui McKelvey for a tour of the value Windows 11 offers commercial organizations today—and a discussion of upcoming investments. From signature experiences tuned for hybrid work to industry-leading security from core to cloud, learn how you can offer innovative form factors, easily personalized and persistent desktops, and seamless integration with collaboration tools. Have questions? RSVP for Ask the Experts, Nov. 2 at 12:30 p.m. PT. Windows 11: The 11 things every organization should know On demand John Cable and engineers from the Windows, Windows 365, Universal Print and Microsoft Endpoint Manager teams Take an energetic, fast-paced run through the critical elements in Windows 11 for IT pros and the commercial organizations they support. This is an engineer-to-engineer session focused on the features and services developed based on your feedback. Let's keep building the next generation of Windows together. Panos Panay talks Windows 11 accessibility and support for hybrid work “Between all the keynotes and breakouts, see if you can catch two very special segments featuring Chief Product Officer Panos Panay,” says Heather Poulsen in the post. “One is a fun, fast-paced conversation on Windows 11 and hybrid work with Wangui McKelvey. The other is a thoughtful, enthusiastic discussion about designing an inclusive Windows 11 for a hybrid world with Chief Accessibility Officer Jennie Lay-Flurrie. These are a great way to hear directly from important leaders at Microsoft.”

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