6:00pm – Networking
6:30 – Al Eardley – Head of Solution Design @ CPS – Office365 Group vs Teams “What you should be aware of”
Microsoft have provided some great tools to enable us to collaborate in Office 365. We can use calendars, files, distribution lists, Skype, files … the list keeps growing. With the release of Teams, we have a new way to work with these different tools. In this presentation I will compare and contrast the capabilities of Office 365 Groups and Teams, and even some of the capabilities found in more traditional SharePoint team sites. You will learn what the differences are, what the benefits are and even what some of the teething pains are, and be enabled to choose the most appropriate tool for your teams to use
7:00 – Steve Goodman (Office Servers and Services MVP) @ Content and Code – Conditional access to Office 365 – what options do you have
You can lock down user access to Office 365 and Azure AD by enforcing conditions for access – however there are a range of ways to do this. In this session, you’ll learn about the available options, and when you could use each
7:30 – Break/Pizza/Beers
8:00 – Matt Hurst – Technical Director @ Sonus – Simple Hybrid Voice deployments using CCE Appliance
How can you quickly enable a customer for Microsoft Cloud PBX and deliver PSTN services in any location?
Learn how to Hybrid model with Cloud Connector Edition (CCE) embedded directly within an SBC appliance can speed up and simplify cloud connectivity, and provide you with a comprehensive and simple to use platform that can integrare to any carrier, any PBX using either SIP or traditional TDM circuits.
Understand the various deployment architectures of CCE, and how good planning and use of an embedded CCE appliance can make your life easier when it comes to connecting to PSTN services into the cloud
9:00 – Finish
Wrap up and head to the pub for more networking.