Upcoming #MUGUT Activities
We’re making big plans for 2020 for the Microsoft User Group Utah (#MUGUT) community, including our 9th annual SharePoint Saturday event, as well as Azure and Power platform community events, and Microsoft-backed bootcamps in the summer and fall. Add to that our many different user groups covering just about every aspect of Microsoft technology, and our plans to ramp up the MVP and community expert webinars, and it’s going to be a jam-packed year. Here is what we have coming up (so far) in Q1 of the year:
Join us on January 23rd at 12pm MST (GMT-7) for the next #MUGUT Webinar: “Highway to Teams: Hyper-Speed Content Migrations to Microsoft Teams based on Quest’s 5 Pillar of Migrations Best Practices” with Office Apps & Services MVP Ragnar Heil
Ragnar is Germany-based Channel Account Manager & Microsoft Alliance Manager EMEA @Quest, and you can follow him on Twitter at @ragnarh
Abstract: Migrations can be simple, but in reality they are time-consuming, kill deadlines, utilize too many human resources, and are inefficient. Regardless of your organization’s size or source environment, successfully moving into the Office 365 Modern Workplace requires industry best practices that have been tested and proven time and again.
In this webinar, Ragnar will reveal project phase-based insider tips and methodologies to effectively move content, document,s and libraries from legacy SharePoint Server, File Servers, Box, Dropbox or Google Drive into Microsoft Teams. Aspects of Tenant-to-Tenant Migrations are covered as well for M&A scenarios.
Register at http://bit.ly/MUGUT_Ragnar
We’ve rebranded SharePoint Saturday Utah to Microsoft 365 Friday Utah, and are testing out a move to Friday (with workshops planned for Saturday) February 7th. This is our 9th year of the event, which includes content around the Power Platform (Power Apps, Automate, and BI), Microsoft Teams, and Azure — as well as SharePoint. You can register for this FREE event at https://www.spsevents.org/event/saltlake2020/ and join us for a full-day of technical content and networking at the Karen G. Miller Conference Center in Sandy (9750 S 300 W, Sandy, UT 84070).
Speaker bios and session abstracts are available on the site, and the schedule to help you plan out your day is forthcoming. Hope to see you there!
Tracy is a South Africa-based Microsoft 365 Coach & Catalyst @The Guid Stuff, and you can follow her on Twitter at @tracyvds
Abstract: Innovation cannot take place in a vacuum, just as our workforce should be diverse, so should our skill sets. The rise of the citizen development era also brings forth the need to understand how workloads integrate and complement each other. Office 365 delivers a vast set of tools to help companies innovate, automate and streamline activities.
In this session, Tracy will share guidance on:
- How to foster creativity and innovation
- Building a self-learning | lifelong learning culture
- How to keep up to date
- Examples of co-innovation in Office 365
Benefits of attending this session:
- Changing company cultures
- Office 365 benefits
- Citizen developers
Register at http://bit.ly/MUGUT_Tracy
Whether or not you’re based in the region, we welcome one and all to participate in any of these activities. As always, you can see the full schedule for MUGUT activities on our Meetup site at https://www.meetup.com/Microsoft-User-Group-Utah/