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European Collaboration Summit 2019

May 26, 2019 | 11:00 pm (CET)

EMEA (Europe, Middle-East and Africa)
Germany
Start: May 26, 2019 | 11:00 pm (CET)

About this Event

The European Collaboration Summit (ECS), also known by its hashtag #collabsummit, was the largest community-driven conference in Europe in 2018 with a focus on Microsoft’s products Office 365, Azure, SharePoint, Exchange, Skype, and Project. Its aim in 2019 is the same: Bring together business and technology in order to help delegates make sound decisions in the rapidly changing world of digital transformation. ECS is a three-day community event, based on the traditions of SPC Adriatics Zagreb, SharePoint Saturday Munich, Office 365 Conference Germany and SharePoint Saturday Stockholm. World-leading experts and speakers will deliver a range of “what is new” and “best practices” sessions for these technologies.
We are proud Platinum sponsor of the next event in Wiesbaden and looking forward to a great show.
For those of you who still need to register, you can use the promotional code: COLLABSUMMIT-PANAGENDA to receive a 10% discount.
See you on the showfloor!

Who to expect on-stage, at our booth & on the showfloor

Our sessions

May 27, 2019

4:10 pm – 4:40 pm

Using analytics to identify and solve real world problems with MS Teams

You’re either using or thinking of using MS Teams because it’s is powerful collaboration tool within the Office 365 ecosystem. Unfortunately, as with any software, it is not without its “issues”. Whether you’re new to Teams or you’ve been using it for years, the unexpected is probably waiting for you just around the corner. We’ll be using business case scenarios based on actual events to study problems that could affect you.  You’ll leave having learned about tools and methods you can use to be prepared.

Stefan Fried

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