By Paul Greenberg on April 26, 2016
Microsoft’s first Envision, a rough-edged yet solid conference, was defined by its lack of definition. However, the company did drop hints about their plans and I take a crack at figuring it all out.
By R "Ray" Wang on April 7, 2016
Inaugural Microsoft Envision Event Seeks To Capture The Hearts and Minds Of Business Leaders An estimated 1800 paid attendees, 4200 partners and employees converged into New Orleans, Louisiana, for Microsoft’s inaugural business decision makers conference. The three day event which also drew 100,000 online viewers, started April 4th, 2016 and concluded April 6th, 2016. The […]
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