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TechEd Europe 2012

by Barry Angell - Jul 2, 2012 11:25:00 AM

A ‘dam good time!


At what was our first ever TechEd Europe, we wanted to offer something a little different to all attendees. Straight off the back of our well-received Treasure Hunt at this year’s Microsoft Management Summit, we called on all the closet secret agents attending Microsoft’s TechEd Europe 2012 in Amsterdam.

Up for grabs: €250.

The challenge: decipher our 4 digit code to open a virtual safe on our bespoke TechEd app.



Harnessing the brilliant social media buzz surrounding #TEE12, we tweeted a series of clues each day to help code decipherers crack open our safe and enjoyed some great interaction with TechEd Europe goers.




As always, the Juriba team were delighted to hear about some of the desktop migration problems #TEE12 attendees were facing and were equally thrilled to share some of Juriba’s expert insight into how to make desktop transformation projects an easier process. Be sure to check back in the next few days for CTO Barry Angell’s Tech Ed Europe 2012 summary blog post.

In the meantime, a massive thank you to all who tried to crack our code – we hope you enjoyed it as much as we did! And also many thanks to everyone else who visited booth PP6 – we hope we helped answer some of your desktop migration questions! Why not tell us what you most enjoyed at this year’s #TEE12 below? To show our appreciation, we’d like to offer you a free ‘Strategic Approach to Windows 7 & Virtual Migration’ white paper.

Barry Angell

Written by Barry Angell

Barry is a co-founder of Juriba, where he works as CEO to drive the company strategy. He is an experienced End User Services executive that has helped manage thousands of users, computers, applications and mailboxes to their next IT platform. He has saved millions of dollars for internal departments and customers alike through product, project, process and service delivery efficiency.

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