Security Cloud Security mobile security Enterprise Mobility and Security Office 365 Security Android Enterprise Microsoft Intune Microsoft Endpoint Manager
Forged in the fires of Enterprise IT I crawled my way out of Enterprise Architecture, Project Management and Mobile Technologies to rise to the Cloud and implement Microsoft 365 for customers of all sizes. Also, Sketchnotes.
What do you have in common with Roger Federer?
You both run on clouds.
The duties and skills in a cloud world differ from what most of us have learned and known for years.
How can and will you adapt to stay on top of the game?
See how workplace operations, outsourced or in house, have changed, and what strategies there are to adapt to a cloud-first/only operations model. After this session you can impress your architect with the necessity of service cartography, you will bond with your service manager over configuration management and you can cosy up with software engineering over talks about GIT.
Ever since Satya Nadellas Book "Hit Refresh" a "growth mindset" or beeing a #learnitall are entrenched in the Microsoft community. Apart from the buzzwords, it has never been easier to learn new things. And it has never been more important for Workplace professionals.
Let this talk be your guide through the interesting journey through the forest of knowledge available today. Ranging from Microsoft 365, grazing Azure and looking over to Android Enterprise.
Lets put actions behind intentions and start the Workplace Learning Journey.
Having worked in and for large enterprises in FSI and healthcare, I have met many concepts and integrations and might have found a balance between security and productivity which, in my opinion, only Microsoft can deliver.
In this session, I will walk you through the strategic goals and the implementation architecture and I will point out unique Microsoft offerings along the way. We will hit products you heard of, but maybe never implemented. You will learn how the components of M365 play together and offer a unique value and why this makes Microsofts offering so difficult to compare with others.