Navigating this broad range of features and options can be confusing and difficult. Choosing the right place to start and figuring out how to map business imperatives to security and compliance features remain some of the most common challenges to Office 365 adoption.
Join this one hour webinar where we will walk you through the key feature capabilities, exploring how to best roadmap their implementation within your Office 365 and wider Azure infrastructure.
Why should you attend?
Join us for this free webinar to gain insights into Office 365’s security and compliance capabilities. We will ensure you have some key takeaways and the opportunity to ask lots of questions in our live chat during the webinar.
Who will find this useful?
- IT Managers
- CIOs and IT Directors
- Business Owners & Executives
Spencer Harbar, Chief Architect at ClearPeople, MVP, MCM, MCA
Spencer Harbar is widely recognised as one of the world’s foremost Office 365, SharePoint and Identity Management authorities. He is currently Chief Architect at ClearPeople.
With over twenty years of commercial experience in the architecture, development , deployment and operational service management of Web based applications and hosting platforms, his broad base of fundamental skills routinely enables the world’s largest organizations to succeed with Office 365 and SharePoint.
Spencer delivers enterprise collaboration, content management and identity management architecture, design, development and deployment solutions, application security best practices, threat modeling and the implementation of highly available hosting platforms. He is also pretty handy with single-pixel GIFs.
Microsoft product expertise includes Azure, PowerShell, DevOps, Office 365, SharePoint, IIS, SQL Server, Windows Security, Active Directory, ADFS, Forefront Identity Manager, and High Availability. He also has wide experience of competing vendor offerings across the collaboration and content management space, especially in regards to Document and Records Management. Practice Disciplines include Identity Management, Business intelligence, Records Management, Document Management, Taxonomy, Web Content Management, and Social Media Governance.