Office 365 for IT Pros and Microsoft Ignite 2019

Meet the Author Team at Microsoft Ignite 2019 in Orlando

Tony Redmond sessions at Microsoft Ignite 2019

The Office 365 for IT Pros author team is busily preparing for the Microsoft Ignite 2019 conference in Orlando (November 4-8). Here is the list of sessions that Office 365 for IT Pros authors are lined up to speak at (THR indicates a 20-minute theater session while BRK is a 45-minute breakout):

Here’s a link to an interview with Tony that Community Reporter Tom Morgan made to discuss some of the sessions.

Remember that all the sessions at Microsoft Ignite 2019 are recorded and will be available online a day or so after they are delivered. Of course, there’s nothing quite like being in a super-cooled conference room in the Orange County Convention Center. Listening to a recording in the comfort of your own home is no comparison.

At the Booth

In addition to giving sessions, our authors will be around and about. You can expect to meet Paul Robichaux and our esteemed technical editor, Vasil Michev, at the Quadrotech booth. Others will be helping to staff the Microsoft booth to cover technologies like Exchange Online and Teams. Keep a keen eye and you’ll bump into someone.

Office 365 Exposed Podcast

Paul Robichaux and I will tape an episode of our Office 365 Exposed podcast at 10am on Tuesday, November 5 (POD1016). The recording takes place in the Podcast Center close to the technology exhibition. We have a couple of interesting guests lined up to discuss issues like the role of Outlook Mobile in the Office 365 ecosystem and what’s next for SharePoint Online. And of course, we’ll be reviewing the announcements that Microsoft are expected to make on the first day of the conference.

Yet Another Interesting Session List

I’ve posted details of some interesting sessions on Petri.com. We all have our own preferences, but these are the ones that took my attention when I browsed the Microsoft Ignite 2019 session catalog. Another theater session that I’ve found is Unified PowerShell experience for Microsoft Graph – preview (THR3095). The promise of a consistent PowerShell module to access Microsoft Graph data is pretty compelling, so it’s a talk I will definitely attend.


After the Microsoft Ignite 2019 conference finishes at noon on November 8, we’ll head home with a ton of work to do for to update the Office 365 for IT Pros eBook about the news and information we’ve gathered at the conference. Subscribers will benefit from this information in the update issued on December 1. It’s the nice thing about an ever-updating book.

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