When you think of Office 365 applications, you probably think of Microsoft Word, Excel, or PowerPoint. You might even think about Outlook. But what you may not know is that Office 365 is a collaboration powerhouse. This webinar will show how your employees, partners, and customers can collaborate seamlessly across all devices. And that you can do it using applications that you already have as part of your Office 365 package.
You should attend if:
- You and/or your company have purchased (or are considering purchasing) Office 365
Join us for this complimentary webinar to learn:
- New ways you can use SharePoint to improve overall business performance
- How tools like SharePoint, Yammer, and Skype can keep employees, partners and customers connected
- How Business Intelligence and Enterprise Search can be easily implemented to increase productivity
- How much more you could be getting out of Office 365
- How tools can be developed to work for all platforms (e.g., mobile phones, tablets, etc.)
- Tim Walton – Partner Technology Strategist, Microsoft: Tim has been with Microsoft for nearly 20 years, having been in various roles from Field Engineer, to Account Manager, and Application Development Consultant. In his current role, Tim serves as a strategic advisor to clients nationwide — empowering them with information to make business improvements through technology. His tenure with Microsoft have enabled him to become an expert in variety of technologies, solutions and disciplines, including Microsoft.NET, debugging, Microsoft Office, SharePoint, Server 2007, and negotiations. Based out of Tampa, Florida, Tim attended Kingston University – London.
- Nizar Lavji – Vice President, Portals & Collaboration, AAJ Technologies: Nizar has over 25 years of leadership and hands-on technical experience in the IT industry. Prior to joining the AAJ team, Nizar founded and managed Vista Technologies that was a Microsoft SharePoint focused consulting practice that had a strong presence in the Portals & Collaboration space in South Florida. His deep technical skills come from various roles he’s held including CIO, Database Architect, Application Architect and programmer in various computer languages. Nizar holds a BS in Computer Science from York University and a MBA from Rotman School of Management – University of Toronto.