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Building a successful Office 365 service delivery and adoption engagement requires a lot of different teams in the business to be involved.

In this one hour webinar Steve Smith (Managing Director, Combined Knowledge) and Spencer Harbar (Chief Architect, ClearPeople) share their many years of experience in the business engagement space to help you get started with constructing a successful framework that will align to a long term strategy for maximizing your investment with Office 365.


Please enter your details below to gain access to the webinar to gain insights in to successful adoption from industry experts. Not only how to encourage users to adapt and adopt, but to ensure the knowledge and skills gained along the way are retained and remain effective.

Who will find this useful?


  • IT Managers
  • Communications Managers
  • HR Managers & Directors
  • Learning and Development Managers & Directors
  • People Development Roles
  • Business Owners & Executives


The Presenters

Steve Smith, MD of Combined Knowledge and Microsoft Regional Director

Steve has been working with Microsoft Technology since DOS in the mid 80’s and has been a Microsoft Certified Trainer since 1998 Training Windows NT 4, IIS 3 / 4, Exchange 5 and SQL 6.5 and involved in many Beta programs including Active Directory for Windows 2000 and Exchange 2000 as well as the SharePoint betas.

Steve started working with SharePoint in 2000 with the SharePoint 2001 beta and has been delivering teaching SharePoint classes and Education solutions ever since. Steve develops his own SharePoint and Office 365 Administrator courseware and his passion has always been to share his knowledge with others whilst specialising in Infrastructure technology for on premises, cloud and hybrid scenarios.

Steve is the Co-Founder and Organiser of the UK SharePoint User Group which was created in October 2006 and is also the organiser for the SharePoint Evolutions Conference, The International SharePoint Conference and the European SharePoint Best Practices Conference.

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.

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