Microsoft’s Worldwide Partner Conference 2013 is almost upon us, taking place July 7th to the 11th in Houston, Texas. We will see a global gathering of top Microsoft partners who will focus on the “modern life” of technology.
“With more than 16,000 attendees from over 160 countries, it’s no secret that there’s no better way for Microsoft partners to make contacts and connections that matter to their business. It’s happening now. The time to commit to the future of your business is now,” Microsoft stated.
Microsoft is expecting to discuss and possibly showcase the big areas of being modern, which includes the cloud, big data, mobility, and social. Microsoft is said to be changing the landscape of businesses as we know it, and this event will be the company’s way to showcasing just how they are making that impact.
A WPC 2013 Partner all access conference pass will run you for $1,995, or you can hope for a streaming video of the event just like Microsoft did for WPC 2012. Head over to the source link for more information on the event.
If you think the Worldwide Partner Conference 2013 will be uneventful, just remember that during the event in 2012, Microsoft announced the exact timeframe of when Windows 8 would reach RTM and when it could be generally available. Let’s see what big announcement Microsoft has for this years event.