The SPS Geneva 2018 is now done and dusted. It was complicated to organize this event during the last three months as I was really busy with all the “regular” projects for my customers: i had a lot of decisions to take that could be wrong, but I had no doubts at all on one thing: the speakers.
At SPS Geneva, attendees had the chance to listen to Microsoft MVPs speak about all things Azure, Office 365 and Dynamics 365 and share their knowledge, best practices and views on what the future holds which made this second event in Geneva which a very special conference and one I was super proud to host.
I kept for myself the keynote of this event to explain to the attendees few things about the event like why we are not talking only about SharePoint, whay the event was running on Thursday and why we kept the SPS Geneva name with the Azure, Office 365 and Dynamics 365 Day as subtitle.
I also shared a vision of the Microsoft world applied to the Swiss market especially with the announcement of the 2 new datacenters in Switzerland.
All in all, there were 18 sessions throughout the day that attendees could go along to. Ranging from Azure and Office Security to Office 365 DevOps and Industry 4.0 with Dynamics, there was a ton of awesome information to consume.
A massive thank you goes to all our speakers who come to an event like SPS Geneva on their own expenses just to support the local community! Most of them have now published their presentation decks online. You will find them published on the official page of the event on SPS Geneva. Follow the page to not miss any of them.
A huge thank you to all our sponsors. Without them this event would not be possible. Thanks for your great support to the community and for the great sessions you provided.
Just to let you know, we are already planning the next year event with a strong collaboration with all the other SPS events in the world. We hope that speaking as one voice, we will actually convince Microsoft to give a better support to this kind of community event as it was in the past. at the end: “Sharing is Caring” .