Microsoft Ignite is officially coming back in November
- Microsoft just announced that one of their main events is scheduled again in November.
- This fall’s Ignite tech conference will take place in the form of a free digital event.
- There’s not much information available yet, and registrations are not open at this time.
- This is 2021’s second Ignite event after the Redmond giant hosted another one in March.
If you weren’t already aware, Microsoft just announced a second Ignite digital event for 2021 and got everyone excited.
The Redmond tech giant revealed that its annual Ignite tech conference will be returning this autumn, starting with November 2nd through the 4th.
Of course, the highlights of this showcase are the latest product demos, Q&A with Microsoft experts, technical deep-dives, and more.
Ignite is returning as a free digital event in November
Don’t get too enthusiastic just yet though, because registrations are not open at this time.
However, you can already add the event to your calendar and we’ll let you know as soon as we have more information about registrations and the session calendar.
This is heartwarming news for everyone who was waiting for another chance to supplement their knowledge or contribute to the further development of technology.
Even though it seems like ages ago, Microsoft’s last Ignite digital event took place earlier this year, between the 2nd and 4th of March.
The tech company used the event to announce new Teams and Outlook features, Power Automate Updates, and a new enterprise-focused Mixed Reality Platform named Microsoft Mesh.
Also, this year’s previous Ignite conference was pretty light on Windows news, with only some vague rumors about Sun Valley circulating on the internet.
But, now that Windows 11 is official, this next Ignite event will be a whole different story, as we might receive more information about the upcoming operating system.
Clearly, we’ll know more about what Microsoft has in store for us once the session catalog will be published. Until then, we can only wait and hope Windows 11 doesn’t cause us too much of a headache.
While we wait, what are your thoughts on Ignite? Are you excited about any potential announcements? Let us know in the comments section below.
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This post was written by Vlad Turiceanu and was first posted to windowsreport.com