Look back: Day one of Microsoft's Worldwide Partner Conference

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Microsoft's Worldwide Partner Conference (WPC) kicked off today in Washington D.C. where around 16,000 partners from around the world gathered.

Day one of the event was opened with the first of two Vision Keynote addresses which saw Microsoft's chief operating officer Kevin Turner and global channel chief Phil Sorgen - among others - take the stage.

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The duo talked up Microsoft's cloud offering and unveiled the vendor's strategy for the coming fiscal year.

Replay the live blog to see updates on how the day unfolded. Don't forget you can join in the conversation on Twitter using the #WPC14 tag and keep an eye on Channelnomics for all the news.

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