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    Skill-up for the Digital World at the Toronto Tech Summit

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    The workplace is transforming and today’s IT professionals are at the centre of this transformation, leading the conversation and architecting solutions to help their companies remain competitive. In this new digital world, IT professionals are challenged to rethink the tools and technologies that they are delivering to help modernize their workplace.

    Evolve at Tech Summit
    To learn more about the latest technologies for the modern workplace, join Microsoft at the Toronto Tech Summit from December 13 to14th for a free, 2-day event for hands-on technical training to build your skills and learn how to simplify management and delivery of up-to-date security with the latest in Azure and Microsoft 365. At the event, you will have the opportunity to:

    • Build your Cloud Skills: Free technical learning event with Microsoft’s top cloud engineers across Azure and Microsoft 365. Whether you’re developing innovative apps or delivering optimized solutions, Microsoft Tech Summit can help evolve your skills, deepen your expertise, and grow your career.
    • Customize your Learning: Whether you’re already cloud-savvy or just getting started, there is something for everyone. Discover the latest trends, tools, and product roadmaps at more than 80 sessions covering a range of focus areas and topics – from keynotes and breakouts to hands-on labs.
    • Connect with Experts: Take advantage of the event Hub, a gathering place where you can learn, network, meet partners, visit the community theater, and more! You’ll also have access to experts who can help you get the most out of the cloud – ask your toughest questions, share best practices, and provide feedback.
    • Get Inspired: The cloud is changing expectations – and transforming the way we live and work. Learn how Microsoft’s cloud platform can help you lead your organization through real digital transformation – and shape your future.

    This year’s event will be held at the Metro Toronto Convention Centre and will feature keynotes from Catherine Boeger, General Manager of Microsoft Office Marketing and Arpan Shah, General Manager Azure Infrastructure Marketing. For more information on the sessions and to register, click here

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    Steve is Vice-President Marketing and Communication with ITWC. He spent 25 years in progressively senior positions as a journalist and editor with the Halifax Herald, with his final ten years as Business Editor. He has published two books and his freelance articles have appeared in national and regional magazines. He has led social media and communication efforts for two crowdfunding ventures and written and directed numerous dinner theatres for charitable endeavours.