Microsoft Ignite 2020 conference coverage

Last updated:October 2020

Editor's note

COVID-19 put the spotlight on Microsoft's remote work offerings, particularly its Teams product that is positioned as an alternative to Slack and Zoom.

The vendor has invested significant effort to develop offerings enterprises need to cope with the pandemic, including Microsoft 365/Office 365 for collaboration, Azure Active Directory for authentication, Microsoft Threat Protection for integrated security and Windows Virtual Desktop for virtualized desktops and applications.

Microsoft appears poised to capitalize on this shift toward digital transformation with the hybrid capabilities of its Azure cloud platform, its focus on workflows that automate tasks on the Power Platform and the expansion of its AI technology to help companies process ever-increasing amounts of data.

Check here for coverage of the Microsoft Ignite 2020 conference, which ran from September 22-24.

1News from Microsoft Ignite 2020

Read the latest news and analysis from Microsoft Ignite 2020 to see what the tech company plans to release or refresh over the next 12 months.

2Microsoft’s pre-Ignite moves

Leading up to the 2020 Ignite conference, Microsoft continued to refine its extensive portfolio by using advances in artificial intelligence to assist enterprises with Dynamics 365 resource planning and Power BI data visualization.

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