Notes, Slides, and Recordings from our May 15th Meeting

What a great May meeting!

We managed to record all of the sessions, and are ready to share all slide decks and recordings!

Here’s the playlist!

  1.  Deploying Office 365 ProPlus Like a Pro – Part 1 – Mike Terrill and Gary Blok (slides, and recording)
  2. Deploying Office 365 ProPlus Like a Pro – Part 2 (slides and recording)
  3. MVP & Friends Round Table (recording)
  4. All My Devices Left Me. I’m Scared. What Do I Do Now? – Bryan Dam (resources and recording)

Please connect to our presenters over twitter and thank them for their time!

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NWSCUG for May 15th 2020

Greetings NWSCUG!

Due to local guidance, we are moving our May 15th meeting to a fully digital channel! For this meeting you’re invited to remain in your PJs, or dress it up on business casual, and join from your home or work. This meeting is open to all humans globally!

Simply register like you always do, and the day before the meeting we’ll send a Teams invite to all registered attendees.

We’ve partnered with AZSMUG to bring you a great lineup for May!

Agenda below:

9:30 – 10:00 – Welcome and virtual coffee talk

10:00 – 11:00 – Deploying Office 365 ProPlus Like a Pro – Part 1 – Mike Terrill and Gary Blok

11:15 – 12:15 – Deploying Office 365 ProPlus Like a Pro – Part 2 – Gary Blok and Mike Terrill

12:30 – 1:30 – MVP & Friends Round Table

1:45 – 2:45 – All My Devices Left Me. I’m Scared. What Do I Do Now? – Bryan Dam

Register Now!

Deploying Office 365 ProPlus Like a Pro

Deploying Office 365 in the enterprise is not short on challenges, especially in environments that have limited bandwidth or users on slow VPN connections without the ability to use the CDN, CMG and/or split tunneling. Next comes user experience, shifting to a self-service model, what is the best way to deliver a 2.5GB payload to the end user but have it ready when it comes time to click the install button? Also, what is the best way to add additional products, like Project and Visio, with out making the user sit through another 2.5GB download for each? Lastly, figure out how to handle supporting additional channels as well.

All My Devices Left Me. I’m Scared. What Do I Do Now?

Things have certainly gotten real in the last few months and many of us have been forced to scramble to support remote work on a level we’ve never seen before. A lot of great information has been shared and in this session we’ll try to make sense of all of it and work through which options might work for your organization.

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Notes, Slides, and Recordings from our March 20th Meeting

What a great March meeting! In retrospect, it was a bit of a marathon since we took advantage of an MVP round table over lunch, but it was well worth it!

We managed to record all of the sessions, and are ready to share all slide decks and recordings!

Here’s the playlist!

  1.  Troubleshooting Autopilot – Spencer Shumway (slides, and recording)
  2. Stay Compliant with M365 Compliance Score – Angela Hwa (slides and recording)
  3. MVP Round table with BryanAdam and Friends! (recording)
  4. Patch My PC: Automate Third-Party Application Creation, Management and Updating in SCCM (recording)
  5. Manage your WIM files with WIM Witch – Donna Ryan (slides and recording)

Please connect to our presenters over twitter and thank them for their time!

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