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.
Principal Program Manager, Microsoft
Michael McLeanPrincipal Program Manager, Microsoft
Mike currently drives the Office 365 Groups platform. His focus is on cloud computing and online services. During his time at Microsoft, Mike has shipped a variety of products, including Microsoft Planner, Project Online, SharePoint Online, reporting and business intelligence features in Power BI, and analytical tools in Microsoft Dynamics.
Mike has spent his career shipping software in several different roles, including Software Development, Design, and Program Management. He enjoys driving complex projects, learning new technologies, and working with great people.
Groups are the secret sauce of Office 365.
Groups can be confusing. Rather than being a standalone tool, Groups function as the underlying framework for how the different tools within Office 365 are connected.
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What our experts will discuss:
The different types of Office 365 Groups including their adjacent work spaces
The interconnected nature of Groups and how their settings can impact multiple tools
The many ways users can create and delete Groups in Office 365 along with best practices
The power of Group Owners and how to help them make the right choices when maintaining Groups