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2020 Online Azure, Office 365, and SharePoint Conferences

Lots of in-person conferences have been cancelled. The smart ones have moved to an online format. Here's a best-effort list of the Microsoft 365, Office 365, Microsoft Teams, SharePoint, Power Platform, etc. conferences available.
Published on
May 14, 2020

The last few years I've put together a centralized list of Microsoft 365, Office 365, Microsoft Teams, SharePoint, Power Platform, etc. conferences for everyone's use. Obviously 2020 has tossed a bit of a monkey wrench into those schedules. For the most part, the 2020 conferences have all been cancelled through July 2020. Some conferences are hedging their bets and hoping that by fall and winter, travel will be safe again. For the time being, I thought it prudent to list out just the conferences I'm aware of that have sprung up online or have moved from in-person to online.

Note that most of these online conferences are free to attend, so make full use of professional-level topics and speakers for a much cheaper rate. This is especially useful for industry professionals who might be currently out of work and wouldn't be able to afford conference tickets ranging from $500 to $4,000 and the associated travel that goes with it.

For one, all major Microsoft conferences have moved to an online format through July 2021. Other conferences have not been so bold in their planning. A conference listing is normally hard to curate and upkeep; this is even more so. If you know of an event that’s missing or you hear of new ones being announced, please let me know via tweet, @thatmattwade. I will include any relevant event, but I draw the line at local user groups. Far too many to keep track of. Thanks in advance!

Matt Wade
Matt is an engineer-turned-IT nerd and Microsoft MVP. His career began in the nuclear power design field and ended up in SharePoint adoption, pretty much by mistake. He’s best known for his SharePoint and Microsoft 365 infographics—especially the Periodic Table of Office 365—and advocating Microsoft Teams as the modern workplace.

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