Microsoft Ignite 2021 conference coverage

Last updated:February 2021

Editor's note

Call it Microsoft Ignite 2020, The Sequel.

The Microsoft Ignite 2021 conference was held from March 2-4 in a digital-only setting in a continuation from last year's show. The free event featured keynotes from top company officials, as well as technical workshops and breakout sessions.

News related to cloud-based products dominated the conference, with the Microsoft Teams unified communications service leading the charge. CEO Satya Nadella also emphasized the company's focus on other initiatives in Azure cloud computing, business analytics, artificial intelligence and remote work during his keynote.

Read the articles below to find news coverage from the virtual Microsoft Ignite 2021 conference, as well as company highlights from the last year.

1Ignite 2021: Cutting-edge cloud news

The Azure cloud computing platform serves as the foundational technology for several innovative product unveilings at the show.

2Ignite 2021: Getting work done

Microsoft launched multiple products and issued refinements to its existing offerings to support enterprise business efforts.

3Microsoft Ignite 2021 pre-conference coverage

Read the latest Microsoft news, including moves by vendors with competing products.

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