Thursday, October 22nd, 2020
11am – 3pm ET
Power your business with technology. It’s easier than you think.
Recently, the buzz word ‘Tech Intensity‘ has been gaining traction. What does this mean exactly? The term ‘Tech Intensity’ is referring to the potential for companies to grow by adopting technology and building their own solutions on top of it. The term was introduced at the 2018 Microsoft Ignite conference by Microsoft CEO, Satya Nadella.
The top 5 technologies organizations are using to achieve Tech Intensity are; machine learning, internet of things, artificial intelligence, blockchain and mixed reality. Microsoft has been at the forefront of Tech Intensity by collaborating with organizations to create cutting edge solutions through technology. By leveraging Microsoft technologies with creative and custom solutions, organizations are able to gain a competitive edge.
Learn more about Tech Intensity and see for yourself what Microsoft business applications can do for your business
Are you interested in learning more about Tech Intensity and how Microsoft technologies can support your business? Join us for the Tech Intensity Forum, a free, virtual conference hosted by Stratos Cloud Alliance on Thursday October 22nd from 11am-3pm ET where you can learn how Microsoft technologies can power your business.
Register now by clicking below to learn about Microsoft’s vision, attend solution showcases, and discover for yourself how making an improvement or a change in your technology can better support your business. The event will feature three Microsoft speakers, most notably Alysa Taylor, Microsoft Corporate Vice President of Business Applications and Global Industry.
Here’s a sneak peek at the conference lineup:
- Tech Intensity – What is it and how can it support your business
- How to maintain business continuity in today’s world
- Why the right time for Microsoft Dynamics 365 Business Central is now
- Spark Your imagination: Discover Microsoft Power Apps
- Breaking it down…Managing Customer Relationships
To register for this free event hosted by Stratos Cloud Alliance, please click below!
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