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Speaking at #Collab365 Summit 2016 Live from Microsoft HQ

A couple of weeks ago I received an email confirming my session had been accepted from Collab365 Summit event organisers and am excited to present the session next month scheduled for 10th-12th May 2016 live from Microsoft HQ in Redmond.


I will be presenting a brand new session and you can register and attend for free!
Below are the session details.

Session Title: Power Users Guide to Office 365
Session Type: Demonstration
Session Detail: Office 365 is powered by more productive apps than ever before when compared with SharePoint on-premises. In addition to the user interface and evolving collaboration landscape, this session will cover all the Office 365 collaboration tools and technologies such as Delve, Office 365 Groups, Power BI, Access and SharePoint with no-code and browser based configurations. You will gain invaluable insights and how-to determine what tools to use for what business requirements or scenarios.

Topics Covered: Adoption, Architecture, Document Management, Delve & Office Graph, Forms, Office 365, Search, SharePoint, Sites & Portals

In this session you will learn:
– Understand all of the tools and technologies in Office 365
– Know how much organisations can save with Office 365 apps
– Get to know when to use what power user tool
– Tricks and tips of what to do and what to avoid

Target Audience – Business Users & Analysts, End Users, Power Users, Project Managers

Last year I had the pleasure of presenting a different session at Collab365 24 hour global conference across six continents and in multiple time zones. So I do urge you to check out the other exciting events happening later this year from Collab365 events website.

To get further updates on the Collab365 Summit, you can follow below links:
Twitter: @Colla365 and #Collab365

So hopefully you can join me on the day and see you online!

Chirag Patel @techChirag


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