Speaking at M365/D365 Friday Ottawa!!

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I’ll be checking off one of my bucket-list places when I visit Canada’s capital city, Ottawa, on Friday, November 4th for the Microsoft 365/Dynamics 365 Ottawa in-person event!!

Register today by clicking HERE.

I’m giving 2 sessions that day (details below). Check out the full day agenda HERE!

Session 1: Information Governance & Records Management in Microsoft 365: What to know before you start!

When: Friday, November 4 at 10:50AM

Synopsis: Based on my experience in the field with customers, I’ve come up with the key things you should have an authoritative understanding of before getting too far down the implementation path. Session will show real-world examples across the Microsoft Purview Data Lifecycle and Records Management tech with demos to support. Come to this session to find out what you need to know!

This session targets not only Records Managers and Information Governance specialists, but also the IT Administrators who may be tasked with implementing some of these compliance features.

Session 2: SharePoint Syntex (now Microsoft Syntex): An AI Model Walk-thru

When: Friday, November 4 at 1PM

Synopsis: SharePoint Syntex (relaunched as Microsoft Syntex at the Microsoft Ignite conference) is Content AI integrated in the flow of work.

Content is being produced at an exponential rate in our workplaces today in both paper and digital form and we need a way to manage it at scale by providing structure (content types and metadata) and governance (security and retention controls) to it by leveraging advancements in cloud and AI.

Integrating content into collaboration and workflows, it turns it from a cost to an advantage.

To demonstrate this capability, Joanne will walk through a live demo of using a Microsoft Syntex document understanding model to intelligently identify Statements of Work across SharePoint libraries. The walkthrough will cover setup, training, and deployment.

Microsoft Syntex. It’s almost magic.

I hope to see you in Ottawa on November 4th!! 🙂


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