Drago Petrovic

Drago Petrovic

Principal System Engineer | Cloud Solution Architect | Microsoft MVP

Zürich, Switzerland

Drago Petrovic is a Microsoft 365 Apps and Services MVP, Book Co-author, is recognized as one of the Top Swiss Teams, Exchange and Microsoft 365 influencers.
Being an IT professional for more than 18 years and heading Teams voice and Microsoft Exchange projects with more than 150K Mailboxes, or Cloud (O365) Projects for some of the leading Pharma, Insurance and Energy industries, has accelerated his skills exponentially.
Drago also runs his Microsoft Blog www.msb365.blog and writes guest articles on www.practical365.com and www.techgenix.com about Microsoft Teams, Microsoft Exchange and Microsoft 365. Currently, he is very active with his www.mvp.taxi and Microsoft 365 Podcast Project.
Microsoft has awarded Drago with the MVP (Most Valuable Professional) award in recognition for his Community work.


Area of Expertise

  • Information & Communications Technology


  • Microsoft MVP
  • Microsoft Office365
  • Microsoft Teams
  • Microsoft Intune
  • Microsoft 365
  • Exchange Server
  • Exchange Online
  • Microsoft Exchange
  • Exchange Online Protection
  • Microsoft Teams phones

Microsoft Teams Voice - Use the full potential of Microsoft Teams

One of the most important communication tools besides email and chat is still telephony. Due to the pandemic, more and more companies are using the Microsoft Teams Platform as a collaboration platform.
The focus is primarily on collaboration on documents, Apps in Team and chat.

However, Microsoft Teams has other functions that can be used to exploit the full potential. This is the (no longer so) classic telephony.
In this session you will learn what the benefits of Teams Voice are, how they can be planned and implemented. As well as the new possibilities that arise from it.

The time of a classic telephony system which stands like an icon in your own datacenter is over. Make full use of advantages such as decentralized working and other advantages.

Possible architectures, application examples, extended solutions such as reporting, IVR etc. by third party manufacturers are also covered in this session.

Phishing attack prevention in Exchange online

One of the biggest dangers in today's working world for our employees are phishing attacks.
Therefore it is important that our employees are sensitized to this danger. Drago shows in his session how we can train and sensitize our company thanks to ATP
and the simulation option. A live demo will be used to plan, set up and run a simulation.

The way to the (hybrid) cloud - With Microsoft 365

Chat, call, meet online and collaborate in real time. This session will highlight exactly what is possible with Microsoft 365 and how a conventional infrastructure can change to get your business ready.
Learn the differences between Exchange and Exchange online, what cloud identities are available, the difference between conventional telephony and Microsoft Teams, how real-time collaboration works in the cloud and how we can protect our data and documents.

Signing emails, what is that?

Message encryption, DMARK, SPF, these are all terms that are well known in the world of messaging. In the past, however, more and more customers have approached me and asked me what kind of ribbon is on the e-mail they received from their bank? Or what exactly is a "message signing"?

In this session, we will cover the following points on this topic:

What is message signing?
What is it useful for?
How can I create and manage (and renew) my S/MIME certificates?
What are the ways to implement message signing?

Learn the most important points about mail signatures

Data Classification – How to start with Sensitivity Labelling and DLP

Data classification, sensitivity labelling and DLP are on everyone’s lips and more and more companies are considering using these technologies.

What sounds simple, however, requires certain preparatory work. We will show you what these preparations are at our event here.

The aim is to find an answer to the following questions:

How many labels make sense for my company?
How should I name these labels?
How do I decide which label to put on which document?
How does auto-labelling work?
Which licences do I need?
What is DLP and how do I use it?

What you need to know about Data classification

Drago Petrovic

Principal System Engineer | Cloud Solution Architect | Microsoft MVP

Zürich, Switzerland