Love Cloud: Enable - Highlights

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Love Cloud-Enable

We had an amazing turnout for our latest partner event, Love Cloud Enable 2019, in London, yesterday.

It was the first time we’ve held an event at the etc. Venue in County Hall - and it was a fantastic experience - wonderful views, overlooking the Houses of Parliament and the London Eye - and the atmosphere at the event was equally exciting.

And another first for us, was dividing the agenda into two tracks - one covering Azure, and the second the Modern Workplace, and which partners really seemed to appreciate.

We welcomed industry experts from Microsoft as speakers, and topics covered included - for the Azure sessions:

  • Developments in Azure
  • A deployment and migration showcase
  • Partner case studies

and, for the Modern Workplace track:

  • The Microsoft 365 market opportunity and building professional services
  • Teams demo
  • Microsoft 365 security

Craig Gordon, Head of Vuzion, comments, “A panel session hosted by CRN consulting editor, Sara Yirrell, brought the first part of the event to a close - and we then broke for lunch and networking.

“We were delighted with the response from our partners. Our Love Cloud events are an opportunity for us to circulate latest cloud industry and product news to our partners, but also to engage face-to-face and hear their feedback - about their businesses, plans, challenges, and Vuzion services themselves.

"Thank you to everyone who came - to our speakers, and attendees - and who helped make the event such a great success.”

The next Love Cloud event will be our annual post-Inspire event, Inspired, on Thursday 8 August 2019, at Microsoft HQ in Paddington, London, and at which we’ll look at the latest news and updates from Microsoft’s flagship partner event, 14-18 July 2019.

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