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Lasse Nordvik Wedø is an international speaker, blogger and a solutions architect, with a strong focus on Unified Communications and Collaboration.
He has more than 20 years of experience working hands-on with small and large scale IT-Infrastructure in many different industries. In addition to specializing in UC, he has a broad and mixed technical background coming from planning, deploying, and supporting customer's Windows Active Directory solutions, with security and messaging as his primary focus.
Currently, Lasse works as a Principal Solutions Architect at Innofactor Norway.
Lasse is an Office Apps and Services MVP and has been given five awards, beginning with his first award on Skype for Business 2015. Later awards are for his contributions to the Microsof tTeams community. He is a co-author of the book “Lync Server Cookbook” from Packt Publishing.
On his spare time, he writes posts on his personal blog and a co-organizer of the Norwegian Office 365 Community Meetup
Calling and meetings is an important part of true team collaboration. Join me for a session where we go through some of the most important components required for a successful implementation of Microsoft Teams Calling and Meetings. We'll take a deeper look at the components required, and look at some of the important components required and options available for all.
Calling and meetings is an important part of true team collaboration. Join me for a sprint through the top ten things you need to know to successfully implement and make use of Teams for calling and meetings in your organization. You do not want to miss all of these important details
This is a 15-20 minute session, made for theater and usergroup sessions
Teams is THE tool for collaboration and communication within Microsoft 365. We all want to drive adoption, and often do so by making things simple and easy for the user. But making things easy should not stop us from thinking about security and compliance, and there is "nothing" worse than suddenly putting restrictions on users after they have embraced the product.
Admins can prepare for a great and secure experience by considering all or some of the security and compliance tools available. Join me for a quick reminder about some of the best practices, and roll out Teams successfully, with confidence!