A new year. A new conference. Amazing new energy.

New Year's resolutions come and go. But one thing's here to stay, and that's technology innovation. If you're attending Microsoft Ignite this May, get ready for a turbo blast of inventive energy like nothing you've experienced.

You'll have unprecedented access to leading experts, an astounding breadth of learning opportunities, and formal and informal networking and community-building opportunities. It's your chance to explore and collaborate across the spectrum. Tap into the big picture—and influence it.

With 2015 under way, now's the time to start planning. Use this checklist and get ready to spark the future!

Countdown to innovation!

10 – Learn about Microsoft Ignite—the new unified Microsoft enterprise tech event that brings together attendees of the past Microsoft Exchange, Lync, Project, SharePoint, MMS, and TechEd conferences—and many newcomers.

9 – Watch this video to hear from Microsoft visionaries—also featured at the event—about why Ignite is the technology event to attend in 2015.

8 – Open a conversation with your employer and peers about attending. Tell them why Microsoft Ignite is important for building expertise, connections, and business. Establish some goals and intentions.

7– Consider registration options, including Full Conference Pass, Plus Pass, Day Pass, Expo Only Pass, and more—and get registered!

6 – Explore Chicago.

5 – Get hotel info.

4 – Preview the content catalog—and keep an eye out for the full content catalog (going live soon) to map your perfect conference experience.

3 - Join the conversation on the Microsoft Ignite Facebook, Twitter, and Forum pages! Let others know you're going to Chicago.

2 - Sign up for email alerts so you can receive news and updates.

1 – Blast off! Attend Microsoft Ignite.

 

See you in Chicago!                

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