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February 11th, 2015

How to Stay Up-to-Date with Convergence 2015

Looking to keep up with Convergence 2015 news and announcements? We’ve got you covered in this blog post! We’ve compiled a list pf the ways that you can join in on the pre-conference conversation.

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Convergence Community

The Convergence Community is a great user site for blog posts, videos and a forum chat with other attendees. All you need to join in the conversation is your Microsoft account (your Windows Live or Hotmail email works too!). Don’t have one yet? You can easily make one here.

The Convergence team also launched a blog series, the Convergence Insider, for weekly posts on informative topics to help you get the most out of the most out of the event. You can also follow or subscribe to the tag here.

Social Media

Keep up with latest news on Convergence by following the Microsoft Convergence Twitter handle (@MSFTConvergence) as well as the Twitter handle for Microsoft Dynamics (@MSFTDynamics) closer to the event date.

Don’t forget to follow the #Conv2015 to hear what others are saying about Convergence too! Follow this hastag during the conference as well to see who’s going to be there, what others are saying, and tips that they’re sharing.

You can also check out the Convergence Facebook, LinkedIn, and YouTube page for more updates.

It’s a good idea to also visit the Convergence website regularly for official updates, news, and access to the agenda and sessions list.

Want to stay even more up-to-date?

You can follow us on Twitter, LinkedIn, Facebook and Google+ for updates and blog posts on how you can simplify your Convergence experience. We will have a blog post every week covering topics from best sessions for a new attendee to best places to eat around Convergence.

We’ll also be live tweeting during the event and set up in the Convergence Experience Center. Come by and say hi at booth 956, we’re always open to a good chat!

 

See you there!

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