Microsoft's eventing schedule continues today with Ignite, it's enterprise focused conference being held for the next couple of days in Chicago. Proceedings kick off at 9 a.m local time with a keynote presentation from Microsoft's CEO, Satya Nadella, and as is usually the case you can watch the whole thing unfold live online.
While of less interest to the consumer than last week's Build, it's always worth a listen when the CEO speaks publicly. On the road to Windows 10 we still have much to learn, and you never know what might turn up at events like this.
Hit the link below to follow the stream. 9 a.m. local time translates to 3 p.m. in London, 10 a.m. on the East Coast and 7 a.m. on the west. Check this link to see what that becomes where you are in the world.
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