Speaker

Ken Chase

Ken Chase

Improving - Ohio, Principal Consultant

Cleveland, Ohio, United States

Ken Chase has over 25 years of experience working with Microsoft technologies related to infrastructure and end user computing. He has worked with and led teams that have spanned multiple geographic areas and whose team members have spanned generational, geographical, and social differences. Ken is married and with his wife shares the joy of raising four daughters. Ken takes joy in being active in his community by supporting the local schools and politics.

Area of Expertise

  • Information & Communications Technology
  • Business & Management
  • Humanities & Social Sciences
  • Media & Information

Topics

  • Endpoint Management
  • Microsoft Endpoint Manager
  • Leadership
  • Microsoft Intune
  • IT Leadership
  • Microsoft Defender for Endpoint
  • Microsoft Endpoint Configuration Manager
  • personal development
  • Professional Development
  • Azure Monitor
  • Azure Active Directory
  • Active Directory
  • Trust
  • Social Change
  • Social Emotional Intelligence
  • Emotional Intelligence
  • Team Communication

Self-Doubt Doesn't have to be Crippling

We’ve probably all had an experience that has left us doubting ourselves. Sometimes that doubt is from a previous employer or just natural self-doubt. There are positive things that can be done to improve self-esteem, and they aren’t easy and will take effort. I have lived on both sides and have learned from experience that these things make a positive impact, but they take time and commitment. I’ve had experience working on teams that span multiple countries and had the pleasure of leading people spanning generational and social differences. Fostering trust, offering honest feedback, and keeping commitments comes a long way in healing. This session will cover some of the things we may hear in our professional lives and how one could respond to hopefully build the someone suffering from self-doubt back up. In the end helping them recognize the integral part of the team they truly are.

A Remote User or Device Can be Secure and Managed

The complexity of todays reality of a highly mobile workforce requires the ability to manage and secure devices and the data that is accessed. Intune provides the means to address concerns that arise from no longer having devices and users consistently on your companies network. In this session we will discuss the capabilities of Intune as it relates to configuring, securing, and deploying devices.

Atlanta Cloud Conference 2024 Sessionize Event

March 2024 Marietta, Georgia, United States

Ken Chase

Improving - Ohio, Principal Consultant

Cleveland, Ohio, United States

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