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Harnessing the Power of Microsoft 365 - Bundaberg

Ryan Wilson, Co-Director, Pack of 7 will talk about 3 important tools that are a must for any organisation that wants to exploit the potential of their Microsoft 365 environment.

Event Start: Thu 21 Mar 05:00 PM
Event Finish: Thu 21 Mar 08:00 PM

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Ryan Wilson, Co-Director, <strong><a href="https://www.packof7.com.au/" target="_blank">Pack of 7</a></strong>,<strong> </strong>will talk about 3 important tools that are a must for any organisation that wants to exploit the potential of their Microsoft 365 environment. <br><br><u><strong>1. The Maturity Model for Microsoft 365</strong></u><br>In this first part of the presentation Ryan shows why the Maturity Model for Microsoft 365 is such a valuable tool for any organization. He will explain how it provides a structured framework for assessing, optimizing, and continuously improving the use of Microsoft 365, ultimately contributing to your organization&#39;s success. <br><br><u><strong>2. Microsoft Power Automate to automate your business processes</strong></u><br>Microsoft Power Automate is a versatile and valuable tool for organizations looking to streamline operations, improve efficiency, and enhance productivity through process automation and integration. Ryan will explain the basic concepts of the tool. As an example that can be applied to any other business process, he will then show the automation of one particular business process. <br><br><u><strong>3. Rencore Governance to automate the governance of the Microsoft 365 platform</strong></u><br>Rencore Governance helps organisations to maintain a secure, compliant, and efficient Microsoft 365 environment. It offers the full range of features and customization options to define and enforce governance rules for optimal risk management, resource optimization, data protection and cost reduction. Ryan will explain the basic concepts of the tool and he will walk us through the many features it offers.<br><br><br>Following Ryan’s presentation, Eleanor Crosby, Industry Workforce Advisor, ACS will discuss <em>“What is workforce planning and why is it important? Do you have a plan? If not why not?&quot;</em><br><br>The Industry Workforce Advisor program is funded by the Queensland Government as part of the &#39;<em>Good people. Good jobs: Queensland Workforce Strategy 2022–2032&#39;</em> and are available across varying industries.  Industry Workforce Advisors (like Eleanor) are available to be there with you and help you undertake the workforce planning journey.  Eleanor has been self employed so understands the challenges and pain points that businesses face with a strong business and finance background spanning 20 years. Simply put, Eleanor comes with a lot of business background and is more than happy to share and work with you going forward on your workforce planning journey.  <br><br><br><strong>This event is proudly presented with our 2024 Regional Roadshow partner,</strong> <strong><a href="https://www.packof7.com.au/" target="_blank">Pack of 7</a></strong>.<br><a href="http://www.packof7.com.au/" target="_blank"><img alt="User-added image" src="https://acsau.file.force.com/servlet/servlet.ImageServer?id=0150o00000Iccdu&amp;oid=00D90000000o5NE&amp;lastMod=1700028005000"></img></a><br><br>Thank you to our generous venue sponsor, <a href="https://www.businesshq.org.au/coworking-innovation-hubs/" target="_blank"><strong>The Generator</strong></a>, for supporting the wider Bundaberg tech community.<br><a href="https://www.businesshq.org.au/coworking-innovation-hubs/" target="_blank"><img alt="User-added image" src="https://acsau.file.force.com/servlet/servlet.ImageServer?id=015GB00000Icef9&amp;oid=00D90000000o5NE&amp;lastMod=1701820401000"></img></a><br><br> 

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Ryan Wilson

Ryan Wilson

Co-Director & Lead Solution Architect, Pack of 7

Ryan Wilson is head of the Development team for Microsoft 365 & Azure at Pack of 7. Under his leadership over the last 4 years, his team became a powerful entity at Pack of 7 with broad experience and extensive knowledge of Microsoft’s Collaboration and Productivity Platform. Ryan is managing Pack of 7’s most important key accounts and he is well known for his hands on style in Webinars and Presentations. His specialisation and passion are Microsoft 365 Governance and Azure Security.

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Eleanor Crosby

Eleanor Crosby

Industry Workforce Advisor, Australian Computer Society

Eleanor Crosby joined ACS as part of the Industry workforce Advisor program in November 2022.  She is responsible for working with small to medium business and supporting them on their workforce planning journey.  Her strengths are in creating trusted relationships and cementing positive outcomes with a holistic approach.  El’s previous experience is wide and varied with exposure to all facets of business from being self employed and running her own venture. 

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Geoff Augutis

Geoff Augutis

Co-Owner and CEO, Queensland Computers and Chair, ACS QLD Bundaberg Chapter

Geoff Augutis is an IT industry entrepreneur whose company spans across Queensland, employing 40 staff and delivering products and services to much of the state. Outside of his role as CEO, Geoff is a PHD candidate performing research in the field of Education Technology as well as dedicating time regularly to support his regional ACS chapter chair and a variety of other good causes. He is passionate about the intersection of where technology meets people.

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    Bundaberg Central QLD 4670
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  • Event Start: Thu 21 Mar 05:00 PM
    Event Finish: Thu 21 Mar 08:00 PM
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