SPS Toronto August 2017

SPSToronto

I’m happy to announce I’ve been selected to speak at this year’s SharePoint Saturday event in Toronto on August 19. I’m looking forward to heading East to attend the event as both an attendee and a speaker, to meet new people and hang out with friends. It is sure to be a fantastic event from start to finish!

There’s a great lineup of sessions – check them out here.

In my session I’ll be talking about Information Management in an Office 365 Collaboration world.

Synopsis: What does Information Management and Data Governance mean within the context of Office 365? What are some tools we can use to manage it?

Organizations need to empower employees to  reap the benefits of new collaboration services in the digital workplace, but they can’t compromise the security, compliance and protection of  corporate assets while doing it. Capabilities are being rolled out to help organizations keep both managed and unmanaged content secure and compliant throughout and beyond O365.

This session covers setting organizations up for success from an Information Management perspective without hindering usage and adoption of O365. Discussion covers DLP, AIP, and Retention.

If this is something you’re trying to manage, come on by! I’d love to talk about it.

[Update – session added] I will also be sharing some practical adoption ideas for O365 in an additional session as well. If you have ideas to share or want to get some new ones, join me!

Registration details are HERE.

[Update August 20, 2017] Here are the links to my 2 presentations:

Thanks for coming to the event!

-JCK

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