Microsoft Teams is revolutionizing the way companies across the globe are doing business. With simple one-step provisioning and built-in integration with the full Office 365 stack, it is easier than ever for end-users to create a Team and start collaborating.

But how can you prevent content sprawl and ensure the right permissions and privacy settings are in place when most admin controls are out of your hands?

Join AvePoint and Microsoft for a morning tea and lunch session, where you will learn practical solutions to common management and governance concerns for Microsoft Teams.

This interactive workshop will cover:

  • How Microsoft Teams can optimize your productivity and how organizations are currently adopting Microsoft Teams.
  • How Microsoft Teams provides enterprise security and compliance.
  • How to use Teams vs Groups?
  • Top 3 ways to maintain Governance in Teams.
  • Strategies for preventing information overload, data sprawl, shadow IT and more.
  • Transitioning from Skype for Business to Microsoft Teams.

Register your interest today to learn how to implement a proactive operational governance strategy for Microsoft Teams. Drinks and Lunch will be provided. We look forward to see you there!

Melbourne

Cliftons Melbourne - Freshwater Place

Level 18/2 Southbank Blvd, Southbank VIC 3006

March 12, 10:00AM–1:00PM

Meet the experts in Melbourne

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Darryl Clark

Solution Architect TSP, AvePoint

Darryl Clark is a Principal Consultant with more than 10 years of experience consulting in the IT industry. With the past 8 years specialising in SharePoint, Darryl is a design and delivery lead in the Office 365 space with experience designing solutions, leading projects, and developing and managing long-term relationships with clients. He possesses both technical and business analysis skills allowing him to engage with a wide variety of stakeholders. With a passion for delivering high-quality outcomes that provide value for customers, Darryl will always drive his team to produce their best work for their client.

Microsoft MVP
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Loryan Strant

Microsoft MVP & Teams Specialist, Insync Technology

Loryan Strant has been in IT for over 20 years working across web design, network infrastructure, servers, IP telephony, with the majority spent designing productivity and communications solutions. He has lived & breathed Office 365 for almost a decade; writing blogs, speaking at conferences, consulting to organisations, and has co-authored two books. Loryan is passionate about enabling people and organisations using technology, enabling them to become more productive.

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Anil Kumar Komma

Partner Technical Architect, Microsoft

Anil is a Senior Solutions Architect with business acumen, he started in Microsoft three years ago as a Cloud Solution Architect and is now focus on helping partners and customers with their digital transformation journey. He does that by leveraging Microsoft Teamwork and Collaboration solutions along with Prosci's Adoption and Change Management methodology. With broad and deep knowledge in telecommunication, enterprise networks and contact center domains, he has a proven track record enabling Enterprise customers to adopt end to end communication and collaboration solutions.

Sydney

Cliftons Sydney - Margaret Street

60 Margaret St, Sydney NSW 2000

March 19, 10:00AM–1:00PM

Meet the experts in Sydney

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Thomas Jamed

Manager, Solution Engineering, AvePoint

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Scott Turner

Product Marketing Manager, Microsoft

Scott has been with Microsoft for the past seven years. He works with major commercial accounts in NSW to understand and align their IT strategy to Microsoft technologies.

His account ranges from different industry verticals including Australia's leading airline, retail company and integrated energy provider.

Scott’s expertise is connecting these organisations to the best people from Microsoft and their partner ecosystem to ensure that they can maximise the return from their investments. He is passionate to see the productivity impacts and employee organisational outcomes that the Microsoft software and services can bring to the workplace.