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The last SharePoint-Saturday (SPS) took place on the 2nd of February in Bremen. Arne Bergmann and Christoph Adler of panagenda were impressed by the quality. They thoroughly enjoyed the opportunity to spend time and converse with visitors to our booth.

Due to the recent outages of the Office 365 Cloud, many people were particularly interested in OfficeExpert. They appreciated its ability to provide early warning for the deterioration of end-to-end quality of service and performance. With OfficeExpert this is possible both on-premise and through the Office 365 components.

It’s worth its weight in gold to use OfficeExpert’s ‘Trending and Alerting’ to know in advance where damage can occur.

It allows Operations teams and managed service providers (MSP) to communicate factually and to initiate appropriate countermeasures where the infrastructure allows.

Additional OfficeExpert highlights were historical data collection and the possibility to integrate DataMiner. DataMiner permits you to deal directly with data in the data warehouse. You can, for example, create custom views of usage data for adoption initiatives, license evaluations, or linking data from specific technical events to identify dependencies and causalities.

In short, it was a very interesting event that showed that OfficeExpert remains at the cutting edge.

Our next Microsoft exhibition is the European Collaboration Summit on May 27th in Wiesbaden. We hope to see you there.

Can’t wait until then? Sign up for the OfficeExpert Sandbox in less than 2 minutes to see for yourself. The Sandbox is a browser-based demo showcasing OfficeExpert’s functionality.

As always, we are happy to answer your questions. Just get in touch!

Lastly, we would like to congratulate the winner of our Booth Raffle, Daniel Rondthaler, from BTC IT Services. He was pleased to receive his new 500GB Samsung Portable SSD T5. Have fun with it Daniel and thank you for stopping by our booth.

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