After a successful event on the 28th September 2015 we will be back with another UC Day on 24th October 2016. This year we welcome the “The Skype Show” to our event who will be interviewing our speakers. Click on the The Skype Show logo for more details

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Microsoft has arguably one of the strongest end-to-end UC platforms available on the marketplace combining Exchange and Skype for Business. Millions of users around the world rely on these two technology platforms for their internal and external facing communications.

Microsoft is also a leader in the cloud computing space with the productivity focused Office 365 offering and the cloud compute focused Azure platform. This fledgling cloud computing marketplace is evolving rapidly as strong competition drives innovation and improvements which is why this year for UC Day 2016 we are very pleased to announce the inclusion of a track dedicated specifically to Azure.

UC Day aims to bring the spirit of global conferences like Ignite and Azurecon to the United Kingdom at an easily accessible, award winning conference venue, located at the National Conference Centre – five minutes from Birmingham International Airport and Rail Station and at the heart of the UK’s road network.

So come along and network with your IT Pro peers, industry experts, vendors and Microsoft partners who all deal with the same technology stack. It will be a great opportunity to compare notes, share war stories and learn from the best of the best. If you or your business work with or use any of the Microsoft productivity stack you really don’t want to miss out on the great content that will be available this year.

 

Registration Open

Registration will open Mid-2016. Conference tickets will be subsidised by our event sponsors and currently free. Join our Mailing list to ensure you dont miss out on this event and receive further information about the pre-conference event, speakers and sessions as they are announced and discounts on the conference partner hotel.

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