Virtual Summits

Explore our upcoming and previous half-day virtual summits, where you can learn what's most important in driving the technical goals of your organization forward. Each summit consists of three sessions on topics that our editors and subject matter experts choose based on the most current trends and vital technologies that underlie an organization's infrastructure. Take advantage of this free learning opportunity to stay ahead of the curve!

Upcoming Summits

  • December 3, 2021
    What are the top threats after your cloud today and heading into 2022? How can you make sure your cloud infrastructure and data remain as safe as possible, and easily recoverable if the worst happens? Join the editors of and Virtualization & Cloud Review for this free half-day summit.
  • December 8, 2021
    Attend this free, half-day virtual summit to learn what you need to know now about performance, best practices and more for managing your hybrid cloud infrastructure, data and database preparation thanks to insights, advice and insights brought to you by leading independent hybrid cloud experts.
  • December 10, 2021
    Microsoft constantly makes so many changes in Microsoft 365 that it's almost impossible for IT departments to keep up! Plus there's everything coming down the road in 2022. Join the editors of plus independent experts to learn everything you need to know in one fast-paced and informative (and free!) half-day seminar.
  • December 10, 2021
    The editors of Visual Studio Magazine are bringing you this free summit featuring independent experts who not only deep dive you into Visual Studio 2022 but also offer a look at what's coming in the year ahead with the game-changing .NET 6.
  • December 15, 2021
    Configuring, protecting, managing and recovering your AWS setup (whether public, private, hybrid or any other configuration) takes true expertise because, ultimately, its performance, security and recoverability are in your court -- not the vendor. Hear from experts who live and breathe AWS security, performance and recoverability.

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