Demos, deep dives, AMAs: Microsoft Technical Takeoff 2023

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The second annual Microsoft Technical Takeoff for Intune and Windows is currently underway! This free, virtual skilling event provides you with the prescriptive, technical depth you need to successfully deploy, use, and manage the latest capabilities in Microsoft Intune and the Microsoft Intune Suite. Explore scenario-based demos. Go deeper into features, settings, and policies. And, perhaps most importantly, engage with our engineering and product teams in the chat to get the answers and insights you need!

All sessions are streamed live on Microsoft Tech Community, YouTube, X, and LinkedIn—and available on demand the same day so you can choose the excitement of the live broadcast or catch up on demand as your schedule allows. Q&A will be open all week!

Where do I start?

All you have to do is visit, sign in to the Tech Community, then add sessions to your calendar. Click RSVP for reminders and updates. Post your questions and feedback in the Comments section of each session page.

A great place to set the tone is our kickoff panel discussion on Modern management or Windows 11? It's more about 'and' than 'or'. You'll hear engineering, product, and customer experience team members dive into the topics, challenges, and feedback they hear the most from IT professionals around the world. Is cloud native the only way? Watch and find out!

What can I learn at Technical Takeoff?

Here's a quick rundown of this year's Intune lineup.

Day 1 and 2 sessions are already available on demand!

And coming up today and tomorrow (November 29-30):

Will there be more events like this?

We'd love to keep bringing you great community events like the Microsoft Technical Takeoff! Share your thoughts on the event in the Comments below—particularly around sessions and Ask Microsoft Anything (AMA) topics you'd like to see!


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