The coolest thing I learn from customers though, is their vision. By building a relationship with our customers, I am granted the opportunity to see their vision for the future; and the nature of my position affords me the ability to influence change and growth in engineering to meet the requirements making that vision a reality. How cool is that?! I can't tell you how awesome it feels to be able to contribute to that process. I get to be a part of something BIG, that's only going to get BIGGER and BETTER! It gives me goosebumps! Another aspect of my role that I enjoy, is delivering webinars. If you're new to the Enterprise Mobility Suite (EMS) or Azure Active Directory Premium (Azure AD Premium) then you may have received an email inviting you to view one of our free instructional webinars. Or maybe you saw that there are some really cool webinars popping up on Azure . Some of those are us! More are coming all the time, so keep checking to see what's new. My team's webinars are live sessions where you can ask us questions and get answers in real-time, so if you end up in one of mine, be sure to say hello! Yet another aspect of our role is helping to train our Partners and the Microsoft Onboarding Centers , globally, so that even more people are trained and proficient in answering questions and walking customers through different Azure AD Premium scenarios, and in the future, Azure Rights Management scenarios as well! This is such an exciting space to be in, it's growing so fast, and like a fine wine, it's only going to get better with age. Here are a few of us on one of our training trips at an Onboarding Center.
All in all, we can never get bored because there is always something new to learn, something new to share, or a new customer scenario to understand. This is all part of our Microsoft culture to obsess about customers. The most important thing to our team is to understand the needs and requirements of the organizations from their point of view. This allows us to provide customers with best practices based on our experiences, as well as provide detailed input to our engineers to help make the products and services we offer even better – for both the organizations and the end-users! Thanks for your time! Ryen (Twitter: @Ryen_Mac )
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