Let’s get ready to collaborate!!!*
The Microsoft 365 Collaboration Conference (virtual) is right around the corner – and the anticipation is real. This is a 3-day, virtual event (Dec.9-11.2020), delivered via Microsoft Teams. Each day will kick-off with an inspiring Microsoft keynote followed by a broad set of breakout sessions and depth training workshops (days 2 & 3).
A keynote a day (x3) keeps the energy up and information flowing.
Jeff Teper (CVP, Microsoft), Karuana Gatimu (Principal PM Manager, Microsoft), and Dan Holme (Director, Microsoft) will be giving keynotes spanning teamwork and employee engagement. In addition, many Microsoft speakers will deliver breakout sessions with live Q&A among thought leaders and members of the community from around the world.
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The Microsoft 365 Collaboration Conference (virtual) has something for everyone digging into of Microsoft 365, including Azure. You’ll find no tech left behind: AI, sharing, intranet, BI, admin, Teams, SharePoint, OneDrive, Yammer, Power Platform, Microsoft Graph, SPFx, Microsoft Groups, security & compliance, Project Cortex, migration, search and more – spanning IT, dev and end user.
Below is a summary list of the nearly 50 Microsoft-led sessions – starting with Jeff, Karuana and Dan’s keynotes (scroll down and note the ones that interest you most):
View all 80+ combined sessions from all top-tier speakers from Microsoft, MVPs and community leaders. Session recordings will be posted to the M365CC YouTube channel after the event (some sessions may not be available due to content distribution restrictions).
The 14 workshops on days 2 and 3 cover the following subjects in depth: BI, intranet and IA, Teams, user adoption, SPFx, and the Power Platform. Register for a workshop today.
And a special shout out to community members Shirley Brothers, Jackie Baillie, Lyman Goodrich, Joel Oleson, Ryan Schouten and the #M365VConf team for putting together this event, mapping out the agenda and for supporting and promoting the knowledge and expertise that reaffirms this: Microsoft 365 has the best tech community in the world.
A community that collabs together, stays together.
Cheers, Mark Kashman, senior product manager – Microsoft 365 marketing
*Inspired by Michael Buffer.
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