WPC 2016: BitTitan Has Arrived!

WPC is finally here! And we can’t wait to share some of our highlights with you! Here’s your first daily recap from Sunday, July 10th at WPC in Toronto.

We had a day full of hustle and bustle, building the BitTitan booth in preparation for the Welcome Reception. It’s been great to see so many of our Partners already!

BitTitan packed the house at Malaparte for our third annual WPC party, “Game of Clouds.” We flew in the nearly-7-foot-tall actor and DJ Kristian Nairn (Game of Thrones’ Hodor) to hang out with us. Add a royal green screen, some direwolves, and signature Westerosi cocktails… and we’ve pulled off the most epic party ever “throne” at WPC.

With tears of pride, we also presented nine companies with a BitTitan Partner of the Year award, recognizing their success in the cloud as a modern MSP. You can read more about these amazing humans here.

We have so much more in store!

Swing by booth 1501 for great presentations from some of our executives as well as Microsoft MVPs. You’ll learn how to revolutionize your business with automation, migrate more cloud workloads with less training, bundle managed services with your cloud migration projects, and how to grab yourself a big slice of the Azure opportunity pie. See the full schedule here.

Stay tuned for another great video update, plus photos and news, in tomorrow’s blog post, courtesy of BitTitan Media. In the meantime, get in on the WPC social media action!

  • Sephanyah Peters

    I showed the picture of Hodor and the BitTitan family to my colleagues and they said that they were disappointed due to the lack of Africans, African American, East Indians etc in the team.

    • BitTitan Usability

      Very sorry to hear this. I share your disappointment, because diversity is one of the things we’re most proud of at BitTitan, and it seems like our team at WPC this year is not representative of the company as a whole.

      We have a very diverse design, product management, sales and engineering teams, representing 32 countries (which, as a person who frequently feels underrepresented in tech, I feel is outstanding for a company with less than 200 employees), as well as individuals working from 10 countries, representing the BitTitan brand.

      If you have any suggestions as to how we can improve in this area, please let me know!