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Presenting at M365 Chicago Virtual Conference 2021 #M365Chicago

This week I am excited to deliver a session at M365 Chicago Virtual Conference 2021 event for second time on Friday, 4th June, 2021 together with opening track keynote! I am thankful to the below the event organising committee for selecting my session and looking forward to being part of it and for bringing this event to all of us and sharing tons of sessions by great community speakers! Its free to register and enjoy the learning and improving your skills!
Heather Ackmann
Michael Blumenthal
Craig Jahnke
Jay Leask
Ralph Rivas

My session details are as follows:
Session 1: Rolling out PowerApps and Power Automate to your organisation and managing them effectively
PowerApps and Power Automate has become the most widely used rapid application development and online workflow toolset in Microsoft 365. Some organisations dive straight in to building business solutions and often overlook the process of rollout and governance for the smooth running of Power Platform environment. This session will cover the setup, administration and monitoring of your PowerApps and Power Automate environments with some demos.
Date and Time: 04 June 2021 – 9am CST (3pm GMT)
Track: Navy Pier Power Platform

Join us this huge event with a taste of M365 Chicago covering the following 8 tracks and over 70 sessions with case studies from sponsors too!

Deep Dish Teams
Italian Beef Teams
Goose Island Power Platform
Navy Pier Power Platform
Viva La Chicago Style Hotdog
User Adoption Easy as Cheesecake
Popcorn and Productivity
Chicago Food Court

You can follow the updates on twitter at @M365Chicago and #M365Chicago – see you online!


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