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For those of you who missed Microsoft UK's summit on the company’s enterprise mobility strategy in London on June 4, here’s your chance to view the proceedings at your leisure.

In the vid you can watch Microsoft discuss mobile devices and the role they will play in the company’s “mobile first, cloud first” technology positioning. You can also listen to Microsoft’s Chris Weber, corporate vice president of Device Sales, talk you through Microsoft's enterprise mobility strategy, following the recent acquisition of Nokia's Devices and Services division.

Alongside them, Microsoft assembled a panel of UK enterprises – including BT, Ricoh and Cambridgeshire Police Constabulary – to discuss their “transformation to 'mobile first' and how it's enabling them to innovate and drive competitive advantage in new and unforeseen ways”.

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