Attending Microsoft Inspire in Washington D.C.

A delegation from CloudMigrator is to attend Microsoft Inspire between the 9th and 13th July in the Walter E. Washington Convention Center, Washington D.C.

Microsoft Inspire is the largest event for Microsoft partners and attracts over 16,000 attendees from over 130 countries. The event is known for its networking, lead generation, partnerships and insight into learning business-building strategy.

The CloudMigrator team will join other leading experts to discuss key issues and innovative technology solutions to meet the evolving needs of companies.

Recognizing that cloud adoption is continuing to grow significantly across the globe, CloudMigrator will share expert knowledge gained from our global technology team in successfully migrating over 6 million people in 57 countries worldwide.

The event will also provide our company with invaluable insights from keynote speakers, exhibitors and partners.

Formerly known as the Microsoft Worldwide Partner Conference, Microsoft’s biggest partner event was recently renamed Microsoft Inspire to align with the company’s other flagship conferences, including Microsoft Ignite and Microsoft Build.

Keynote speakers at the event include Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella, Ron Huddleston, corporate vice president, One Commercial Partner; Judson Althoff, executive vice president, Worldwide Commercial Business; Gavriella Schuster, corporate vice president, WW Channels & Programs; Toni Townes-Whitley, corporate vice president, Public Sector and Industry; and Kirk Koenigsbauer, corporate vice president, Office Marketing.

CloudMigrator is a leading cloud migration company that works with world-class clients such as LinkedIn, YMCA (Canada) and University of Bristol.

Led by Managing Director Darren Mawhinney, the company is currently expanding its workforce and worldwide partnership network to meet global demand.

The company’s current partners include multinational technology company IBM and international professional services company Capita.

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