While it may not receive the same amount of attention as Build in the spring, Microsoft's Ignite conference is one of its biggest of the year. Geared at IT professionals and businesses, Ignite will play host to more than 700 deep-dive sessions and 100 workshops from Orlando, Florida. But before all of those sessions get started, Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella will kick things off with a keynote address bright and early, starting at 9 a.m. ET / 6 a.m. PT (find your local time here) on September 24.
If you're not attending the show, you can catch the full keynote with a live stream on the official Ignite website. We'll also embed the stream right here as things get underway.
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