What you need to know
- Microsoft will hold an event today covering the future of hybrid work on Windows 11.
- "Windows Powers the Future of Hybrid Work" kicks off at 11 AM ET (8 AM PT) on April 5, 2022.
- Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella and Windows Executive VP and Chief Product Officer Panos Panay will speak at the keynote for the event.
- Following the keynote, Microsoft will hold three break-out sessions to demo various Windows tools for productivity, collaboration, management, and security.
If you've kept an eye on Microsoft's announcements over the last couple of years, you'll notice a focus on hybrid work. Today, the company will hold an entire event dedicated to how business professionals can use Windows to work from anywhere. "Windows Powers the Future of Hybrid Work" kicks off with a keynote featuring Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella and Windows Executive VP and Chief Product Officer Panos Panay.
The event starts at 11 AM ET (8 AM PT) today, April 5, 2022. You can watch it live on Microsoft's website. We've also embedded the video player below.
"Excitement builds for Windows Powers the Future of Hybrid Work," reads the description of the event. "Join Chairman and CEO Satya Nadella, and Windows Executive VP and Chief Product Officer Panos Panay, and dive into the exciting future of hybrid work. Find out how Windows propels the business of our customers forward from the client to the cloud."
While the company hasn't teased much about the event, Microsoft is expected to make several announcements related to its products and services.
Following the keynote, there will be three break-out sessions to demonstrate various Windows tools for productivity, collaboration, management, and security.
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