Webinar Recap | The Microsoft 365 Digital Workspace + Virtual Marathon Recap
Thank you for your interest in, “The Future of Your Microsoft 365 Digital Workspace: Virtual Marathon Recap“. If you were able to join us for the webinar, we sincerely thank you for being there. We hope you had as much fun learning about the future of the Microsoft365 digital workspace and hearing about the Microsoft 365 Virtual Marathon as our speakers Eric Overfield (@EricOverfield), Ryan Schouten (@ShrPntKnight) and Christian Buckley (@buckleyplanet) did sharing their knowledge with you.
Didn’t get a chance to catch our session live? We’ve got you covered.
This time of year, many of us are packing and preparing for one of the most exciting digital workspace conferences of the year, SharePoint Conference North America. While physical conferences are paused, that hasn’t stopped the Microsoft community from finding a way to bring us a reason to ‘get together,’ even if it’s in the virtual world. Microsoft 365 Virtual Marathon, presented by SPC and the Office 365 community, brings sessions for 2 days dissecting all that is Microsoft 365. If history repeats itself, like it tends to do, keynotes from this marathon will provide us a great deal to unpack.
Join Eric Overfield (@EricOverfield), Ryan Schouten (@ShrPntKnight) and Christian Buckley (@buckleyplanet) as we debrief from the summit and discuss how the Microsoft 365 announcements affect your digital workspace. We’ll dive into the next 6-months of exciting features on the roadmap and discuss how your organization can leverage them to the fullest. Please come with questions for our team and feedback from your virtual experience.
Using both the Virtual Marathon and Microsoft Build as case studies, we’ll also take this time discuss how the shift from physical to digital affects conferences in general. What are the opportunities and pitfalls, what works, what is difficult to replicate, and how can we expect to see digital conferences adapt as this becomes more commonplace given our global situation.