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Sunday, December 2 • 3:15pm - 4:15pm
Azure First Steps - Put the "done" in Redundant Infrastructure

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"I know there's a better way to protect my data and operations using the cloud, but where and how to start?" Come to this session for answers. Using plain English and a lot of demos, Marty will walk you through several easy first steps you can take to leverage Azure and Office 365 to protect your faculty, staff and students from Mr. Murphy.

This session will be geared toward the IT gang--propeller hats are encouraged--but anyone is certainly welcome!

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Marty Smith

Account Technology Strategist, Microsoft
As the Account Technology Strategist for Microsoft Education, Marty helps customers understand how our newest technologies can help university IT organizations be more efficient, productive and better support the educational mission of the overall university.


Sunday December 2, 2018 3:15pm - 4:15pm EST