Building a successful Office 365 service delivery and adoption engagement requires a lot of different teams in the business to be involved.

During this free one-day seminar, our speakers will share their many years of experience in the business engagement space to help build a successful framework that will align to a long term strategy for maximizing your investment with Office 365.

We will ensure you have some key takeaways and the opportunity to ask lots of questions in our expert Q&A panel.

 

Agenda

9:30 – 10:00 Breakfast

10:00 – 11:00 Engaging the Business
Where do you start in building your own project plan and framework for an Office 365 adoption plan that both resonates with the users and the business plus adds long term sustainable structure ? This session will deal with all these questions and more to aid in the project design. We will discuss the art of the possible with the various components and why each one is a key discussion piece in your strategy design and team.

11:00 – 11:20 Coffee break

11:20 – 12:20 Bringing your data together
With Office 365 providing so many different tools it is important to understand how they fit it into your adoption design and long term migration strategy. In this session you will learn about the data platform and how this platform is now changing the long term methods in which companies look at leveraging their data management, analytics and visualization.

12:20 – 13:15 Lunch

13:15 – 14:15 Bringing your people together with Teams, SharePoint and OneDrive
So far you have learned about ‘when to use what’ and the art of the possible with data, in this session you will learn how to design a sustainable collaboration and document management strategy involving the 3 key players in the toolbox, I.E Teams, SharePoint and OneDrive. Learn how each one can be a key component in the lifecycle management of data collaboration and compliancy and how to design a model that will grow and mature as time progresses.

14:15 – 14:30 Coffee break

14:30 – 15:30 Building a skills and education program
After learning how to plan a project around all the key components for the business, the final session brings it all together in ways that you can build a long term skills program that aligns to the technology and the evergreen world that is Office 365. Many different business units are involved with education and skills and this session will break it all down into clear objectives and methods to achieve a long term strategy.

15:30 – 16:00 Q&A / Discussion panel

When:

14th November
2019
09:30 – 16:00 GMT

Where:

Glaziers Hall
9 Montague Close
London Bridge
London
SE1 9DD
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Who’s speaking?

Steve Smith

CEO of Combined Knowledge and Microsoft Regional Director

Steve has been working in the technology space since the early 90’s and formed Combined Knowledge in 2002. For the past 4 years has been part of an advisory role to Microsoft as a Microsoft Regional Director and was a SharePoint MVP for 15 years working on every version of SharePoint since its original release in 2001. Since 2003 Steve has specialized in the collaboration space and helping companies make the most of the Microsoft platforms and building custom on boarding and readiness programs from technical to champions to end users and building bespoke courses for the technology that are now used by training companies around the world.

Andy Smith

Business Development Manager, Circyl

Andy leads the sales team at Circyl and has more than 30 years’ experience, working for some of the world’s leading software vendors and systems integration businesses.

In recent years Andy has helped customers define solutions to meet their Business Productivity and Data Analytics needs, focusing predominately on the Retail, Manufacturing, Professional Services and Public sectors.

He has a real passion for the impact effective data analytics can have on an organisation’s performance and is always happy to talk about how Artificial Intelligence and Predictive Analytics can be game changers for their business.

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