Today’s Healthcare & Life Science (HLS) organizations face a myriad of challenges from security threats, inefficiencies in communications/collaboration, and increased competition. Ultimately HLS orgs are seeking to leverage technology to improve diagnostics, patient outcomes, and more. Learn how to digitally transform your HLS organization by attending our Modern Workplace Transformation (MWT) Virtual Conference the week of January 7th, 2019. See how the Microsoft Modern Workplace platform securely enables employee engagement and collaboration across locations and devices.
The Microsoft team welcomes you to an opportunity to explore beyond Envision and Ignite. We've lined up some top topics from these events, along with the speakers from Microsoft Corporate, to deliver a series of rich interactive session. This event will include Microsoft’s latest innovations for Intelligent Communications, Security, and Modern Collaboration solutions.
We have a separate session and focus each day starting at 12 noon eastern and lasting for 90 minutes. Please review the sessions and use the provided links to meeting invites to add to your calendar.
Dates: January 7th -11th 2019
Location: Online- Webcast to be streamed via Microsoft Teams Live Events
Meeting’s agenda (Eastern Time)
12:00pm Presentation Begins
1:00pm Open Q&A
1:23pm Wrap up/Next Steps
Session 1, January 7: Microsoft Teams Governance and Adoption in Healthcare & Life Sciences:
Microsoft Teams is a part of a larger strategy for transforming your business and empowering your users. Healthcare & Life Sciences orgs not only have concerns around HIPAA, R&D PII, but also around governance and driving successful adoption. This session focuses on people change management, key business scenarios, setting success measures and how to drive awareness and skill across your user community.
Session 2, January 8: HLS Enterprise Data Governance and Management:
Microsoft Information Protection (MIP) solutions are evolving. Get an overview of how you can protect your sensitive data through its lifecycle with MIP. Data is created and travels to more locations than ever before, which makes protecting your most important and sensitive data more challenging. We've made it easier to create and manage new information protection policies, easier for end-users to work with sensitivity labels in Office applications, and easier for the ecosystem to build their own information protection experiences into their own applications and services.
Speakers: Gagan Gulati (Principal Program Manager, Enterprise Data Management) and Rudra Mitra (Partner Director Program Manager)
Session 3, January 9: Enterprise Data Visualization with Power BI:
Come experience the newest capabilities available in Power BI and see what's coming next to help improve patient outcomes and ramp up R&D efforts. In this all-up Power BI session where we’ll show you Power BI’s vision for unifying modern and enterprise BI and expanding self-service BI for big data. Power BI enables you to build a data culture in your organization by empowering analysts and enabling agile enterprise BI.
Session 4, January 10: Protecting High Risk Healthcare & Life Science Data with Identity and Conditional Access:
Conditional Access is the new control set to avoid risky logins and unwanted users, processes and apps from accessing services and your data. Learn how conditional access is expanding beyond integration with front-door services for identity, authentication and authorization runtime experiences - so protection is pervasive.
Session 5, January 11: Guarding the HLS Gate with Microsoft Threat Intelligence:
Learn how Office 365 threat protection services including Exchange Online Protection (EOP), Advanced Threat Protection (ATP), and Threat Intelligence protect, detect, respond, and help educated end users on threats across your entire Office 365 ecosystem. This session highlights the latest advances and differentiators of Office 365 threat protection services and provides a detailed roadmap of what is to come.
Speakers: Debraj Ghosh (Senior Product Manager, Security), Jason Rogers (Principal Program Manager, Information Protection), and Sumit Malhotra (Principal Program Manager, Information Protection)