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#ChewNChat: #GroupDinners and #Office365Groups Governance

The “ChewNChat” series is broken into the following categories. Click on one to see the full list of articles in that category:

The Mexican family is the most important institution in Mexico; the family always comes first. This is all held together by Mexican family traditions such as having big family feasts, something that I was recently able to enjoy with the AvePoint Elements team! Check it out for yourself in the video below.

Speaking of family success, learn how to successfully manage your organization’s families of Office 365 Groups with AvePoint in our webinar, How to Ensure Operational Governance for Office 365 Groups!

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Dux Raymond Sy
Dux Raymond Sy
As Chief Brand Officer, Dux is responsible for AvePoint’s brand image, experience, and promise. Since joining the company in 2013, Dux has served in a variety of leadership roles, including Chief Marketing Officer, Chief Technology Officer, Public Sector, and Vice President, Customer Strategy & Solutions. With over 20 years of business, marketing, and technology experience, Dux has driven organizational transformations worldwide with his ability to simplify complex ideas and deliver relevant solutions. He is recognized by Microsoft as regional Director (RD) and Most Valuable Professional (MPVP), as well as the author of LinkedIn Learning course How to Build Your Personal Brand, book SharePoint for Project Management, and numerous whitepapers and articles. Prior to AvePoint, Dux had leadership roles at Innovative-e, Inc and Quantum X. He holds a BS in Telecommunications Engineering from Southern Polytechnic State University and a BS in Electronics Engineering from De La Salle University. Currently, Dux lives in Washington, DC with his wife and two kids.


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