How To Ensure Microsoft 365 Collaboration Success For Remote Workers
Learn best practices to support your end users' rapid adoption of Office 365 & Microsoft Teams while making sure they remain compliant
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Duration: 1 Hour
Dux Raymond Sy
Microsoft RD and MVP, AvePoint CMO
Dux Raymond SyMicrosoft RD and MVP, AvePoint CMO
With over 20 years of business and technology experience, Dux is the CMO of AvePoint. He has successfully driven digital transformation initiatives for commercial, educational, and public sector organizations worldwide.
A sought after trusted advisor, Dux is the author of “SharePoint for Project Management”. He is a Project Management Professional (PMP), a Microsoft Regional Director (RD), and Microsoft Most Valuable Professional (MVP) who has authored whitepapers, industry articles, and delivered interactive presentations to over 10,000 people in major industry events worldwide.
Customer Success Manager, Microsoft
Valerie FroehlingCustomer Success Manager, Microsoft
As an modern workplace consultant, I accompanied a lot of different rollout projects for Office365 focusing on Change and Adoption. I recently joined Microsoft as a Customer Success Manager to help companies to develop their potential by implementing new ways of working.
Help users understand what workspaces they need and what tools they should use
The move to remote work has led to a surge in Office 365 use for storing and collaborating on important and sometimes sensitive data.
With the proliferation of workspaces such as SharePoint sites, Office 365 Groups and Microsoft Teams Teams, IT admins need to make it easy for users to understand how to collaborate securely in Office 365.
But how can permissions be enforced across multiplying workspaces while still giving end-users access to the tools they need for working remotely?
Join us for our webinar to learn how you can make it easy for end users to do the right thing by having proper governance guidance and controls in place to guide Office 365 collaboration!