A blog is an online journal to your ideas and experiences in a given category. In my case, the information technology is the base for my online journal. I started this blog about a year back to share my knowledge and experiences on Microsoft technologies that I’m working with or have an interest. I’m not new to blogging. I have been a blogger for about 8 years now and have run many blogs in the past. Majority of which were related to information technology industry. However, I never managed to continuously write articles for a single blog for various reasons until this. Ever since I directed my focus to this blog, it was an awesome experience writing down articles that will help someone some day in some way. Writing a blog to share knowledge and experiences is a perfect medium. It provides a resourceful destination to folks out there who look for answers, tutorials, etc. of problem they’re having or of a topic they have an interest, if done right. However, sometimes I felt that writing a blog is not sufficient for the purpose of sharing knowledge. I wanted to do something more. That’s when I thought of conducting a series of webinars. In today’s world, webinars are a brilliant mode to share knowledge with a mass. Webinars not only allows speakers to be able to address hundreds of participants in real-time across multiple geographical locations, it also allows participants to interact with speakers in real-time and get their questions answered.
Therefore, as an addition to the blog, I will begin a series of webinars starting from January, 2017. Each webinar will be an hour long in duration and they will focus around tutorials, tips, trends, best practices and awareness sessions on Microsoft products such as Microsoft Office 365, Microsoft Azure, Microsoft EM+S, Windows Server, Microsoft Exchange Server, Microsoft Skype for Business Server and Microsoft SharePoint Server. In this new venture, I am collaborating with a group of industry experts to form an awesome speaker lineup. All of these speakers are well experienced professionals in these technologies and have real world hands on experiences with them. So I guarantee that they walk their talk. 🙂
I will soon publish the schedule of webinars in another blog post. Meanwhile, subscribe to the webinars mailing list by filling the form below to receive the latest alerts on webinars.