2 Kingdom St
W2 6BD London
26 February 2020, from 09:30 to 12:00
CIOs, Operations and Communications Managers
We will provide you with a clearer understanding of real-world challenges and the best insights on how to avoid them in a open discussion format. A complementary breakfast will be served.
Taryn Nixon - ClearPeople, Customer Success Manager
Taryn is Customer Success Manager at ClearPeople. She has a broad experience working as a Microsoft consultant and trainer. Taryn is an expert in Office 365 user adoption and helping drive digital transformations with Microsoft Office next generation tools.
Barry Wakelin - ClearPeople, Operations Director
Barry has been an IT professional since 1988. Having held senior operations roles in the Microsoft, IBM, SAP and Sage channels for longer than he cares to mention, he has seen business dynamics change and shift through generations of change and has built a strong understanding of what works and what doesn't.
2 Kingdom St
London W2 6BD
25 March 2020, from 09:30 to 14:00
The future of knowledge management is exciting and the knowledge manager is now the centre of attention. And rightly so.
Knowledge managers, Innovation managers, and CIO's
With cloud solutions becoming the norm, and data residing in big scalable cloud infrastructures, Microsoft is shifting its attention to assist its customers to take much better advantage of all the "locked value" residing in enterprise data. Microsoft's vision for its modern content services is to enable its Office 365 customers to uncover and leverage knowledge hidden within the vast amount of unstructured documents each company holds. Within the remits of sovereign control of the customer's own tenancy and data policies, these modern services aim to drive more efficient records management, automated classification and importantly support knowledge managers through the knowledge curation process by suggesting topics; automating the extraction of possible keywords; and by creating links and inferred relations between knowledge.
This session will cover all the "currently known and public" information about Project Cortex and the Office 365 content services. It will be a pragmatic guide to what is expected to be coming down the road. As well as a guide, on how to prepare best and set internal expectations. To succeed, and as with any groundbreaking technology changes, it will require careful planning, executive buy-in and setting of realistic expectations.
For those interested in signing up for early access/preview during Microsoft's next intake, we will get your interest registered if you have done already, but also discuss the scope you should expect during such a preview engagement
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