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Speaking at Collabdays Bletchley Park 2022 #Collabdays

I’m excited that next Wednesday 23 February 2022, I will be presenting a session Divestment and Microsoft 365 service workloads migrations at Collabdays Bletchley Park event here in UK! It will be my first time at this in-person event and want to thank to the organisers, Paul HuntTony Pounder & Brett Lonsdale, for bringing this event and selecting my session! also looking forward to learning from other speakers too (see below)!

CollabDays will be held at the National Museum of Computing in Bletchley Park. During the day, and between sessions, you will be able to walk around the museum and see the Colossus, the world’s first electronic computer; Colossus helped decipher the Lorenz-encrypted (Tunny) messages between Hitler and his generals during World War II, and CollabDays will be held at the very spot where this all happened. The keynote speaker Dermot Turing will be hosting an early afternoon session discussing his uncle (Alan Turing’s) legacy.  Join us for many sessions around the Power Platform, Teams, SharePoint, and Microsoft Viva.

Below is my session details and hope to see you there! You can register for free to attend at the event website.

Venue: The National Museum of Computing, Block H, Bletchley Park, Bletchley, Milton Keynes MK3 6EB

Divestment and Microsoft 365 service workloads migrations (Room 2)
This session delivers on a real-world scenario that I lead technical work packages and hands-on experience at a global renewable energy organisation who divested and separated data areas of Microsoft 365 platform.
We will cover how we did it, including M365 infrastructure, Microsoft Teams, SharePoint, OneDrive, Power Platform deployments, data migration patterns & validation, project team orientation, workload management together with communication and training.
Time: 11:40 – 12:30

You can follow for latest updates on twitter handle @collabdays_park

See you there!

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