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Microsoft Ignite: Microsoft Announces 48-Hour Digital Event

Microsoft announces the schedule for Microsoft Ignite, an annual conference for developers and IT professionals hosted by the tech giant. The event will be held digitally from September 22nd to September 24th, 2020.

Ignite offers a platform for people across the world to connect with the leading minds in the technology domain. This year will mark the first instance of this digital conference to be organized on a digital platform. Microsoft cited lingering COVID concerns as the reason behind the change.

All you need to know about Microsoft Ignite 2020

The event will begin at 8 AM PDT/ 3 PM UTC on September 22nd, 2020. The stream will run for 48 hours, with a variety of experiences, such as Key Segments and Digital Breakout Sessions available for the attendees.

Further, participants will get the opportunity to tune in to Live Q&A, Connection Zone, and Learning Zone. To get a comprehensive schedule of the Microsoft Ignite event, visit the event page here.

The prominent speakers for the event will include Satya Nadella, Amanda Silver, Donovan Brown, and Allison Buchholtz-Au among others. A complete list of speakers who would feature at Microsoft Ignite is available here.

The event is free for anyone to join across the world. The registrations for the event are now open. Interested people can register for the event here on the official Microsoft Ignite event page.

Microsoft is accepting submission from registered participants in the form of photos, GIFs, and videos to broadcast during the digital event. Attendees can share a 30-second clip showcasing a trick, talent, or simple message. Another segment calls for the submission of photos and GIFs of things that make working from home easier for the people. To know more or submit your media for the event, visit here.


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