Did you know 1E is heavily invested in actively engaging our community of customers, partners and industry experts through hands-on user-group events? We sponsor and play host to many small and large events around the world (yes, the world!) and we see first hand how our products have impacted the industry.
The results are in: our products not only work, but they make businesses happier and more efficient.
While we tend to showcase our own 1E creations, we also support other thought leaders in the industry such as the Microsoft MVPs. We are proud to partner with these experts and highlight their knowledge as it only encourages our audience to continue asking questions and attending our events.
Jason Sandys, MVP, speaking at our Windows 10 Servicing event with Coretech
There’s so much to learn and so many people you can meet at one of our events. The level of knowledge in niche and broader subjects is vast and varied and the good news is, these people want to talk to you. If you’ve ever been to a conference where you’ve felt like a small fish in a big pond, you get the opposite feeling at a 1E event. You’re talking directly to engineers, MVPs, developers, and product specialists who are excited about what they do.
At our event in Philadelphia last week, 1E had the opportunity to discuss our latest product, Tachyon, with people who are already customers. VP of Product Jason Keogh was on hand to demo, answer questions, and dive a little deeper into the extraordinary abilities of Tachyon. Expert Troy Martin lead the discussion about important updates to Nomad. The Nomad Dashboard presents a snapshot of current configuration, client health and content delivery activity within the familiar SCCM console. With single step, automated switches from BIOS emulation mode to UEFI, Nomad is the clear choice for users looking to update.
Troy Martin speaking at our Nomad User Group event in Philadelphia
The truth is, in order to expand your knowledge and network with the right people, you have to put yourself out there. Or, as we say, “you’ve got to be in it, to win it.” Join us at our next event or user group!