I have just returned from the 2014 Worldwide Partner Conference, I would like to say thank the 206 Australian Partners who made the trip to Washington DC this year. I personally felt that the 2014 Worldwide Partner Conference was a amazing week and I was really happy to share it with our Australian Partners, you all make my job a lot of fun and very rewarding.
If you missed out on attending this blog post will help you find post event resources.
We welcomed 16,000 attendees from over 140 countries to the 2014 Worldwide Partner Conference. At the Vision Keynote, we heard from COO Kevin Turner and top Microsoft leaders about Microsoft’s vision in a mobile-first, cloud-first world.
Read Phil Sorgen, Corporate Vice President, Worldwide Partner Group. Day One Blog Post WPC Day 1 “News: Winning together in a mobile-first, cloud-first world”
Watch the Keynote On Demand
Betting and winning big with Microsoft in the cloud. Partners are taking advantage of cloud investments; Microsoft is committed to investing in partner success in the cloud.
Read Phil Sorgen, Corporate Vice President, Worldwide Partner Group. Day Two Blog Post WPC Day 2 “News: Partners betting big on Microsoft solutions”
“Courage in the face of opportunity” –Satya Nadella, July 16, 2014. At Wednesday morning’s Vision Keynote CEO Satya Nadella shared Microsoft's leadership as the productivity and platform company for the mobile-first, cloud-first world.
Read Phil Sorgen, Corporate Vice President, Worldwide Partner Group. Day Three Blog Post WPC Day 3 “Thank you partners for another great WPC”
Read Josh Waldo, Sr. Director, Cloud Partner Strategy, Worldwide Partner Group “Reflecting on an amazing week at WPC” blog post
WPC Session videos and resources including many presentations are available in WPC Connect.
Vision Keynotes are also available on Digital WPC and in WPC Connect.
To Login using the same credentials you used to register for WPC 2014.
Note: WPC Session videos are currently only available to WPC 2014 attendees; however, all this material will be available for non-attendees in early August.