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SharePoint, Delve and other Office 365 applications are leveraging AI to surface content for end-users.

Its clear that this capability is only going to become more prevalent within the Microsoft ecosystem making it easier than ever for users to find and access content.

But what if you don’t want certain content to be found by certain types of internal or external users?

Having payroll data, employee performance reviews or sensitive strategy documents surface to the wrong user isn’t an idle concern—it has happened to real organizations.

Without the proper governance and permission policies and processes in place, it can happen to your organization as well.

Meet the Experts

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John Peluso

Chief Product Officer, AvePoint

John Peluso has 20 years of experience helping organizations understand how they can drive secure collaboration and business productivity through an effective use of technology, John has held both technical and business management roles – resulting in a deep understanding of the priorities and concerns of both sides of the organization. He has been a leader in helping to shape solutions that drive both productivity and governance in large, complex, and highly regulated organizations. John holds Microsoft Certified Systems Engineer and Microsoft Certified Trainer certifications.

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Matt Wade

Vice President of Client Engagement, H3 Solutions

Matt is an engineer-turned-IT nerd. His career began designing mechanical systems for nuclear reactors for the US Navy. SharePoint 2007 rolled out soon after and he leveraged it to organize design documents, contracts, and drawings dating back decades; for better or worse, a new power user was born. The IT department needed some help, so he led adoption for a few years following, including the user adoption sides of upgrading to SharePoint 2013. Today he consults internationally on Office 365 migration and adoption. He's recently found himself neck deep in AI and bots.