Within Office 365 there is a lot of breadth and depth, where do you start? That is the focus of our topic today. To begin, under the umbrella of Office 365 you have specific workloads such as Exchange, Lync, SharePoint, Yammer Enterprise and your Office Subscription (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, etc.) which is more consumer facing, however behind that you also have Identity Services, Rights Management Services as well which plug into Azure to give IT-Pros and Consumers a seamless experience to communicate and collaborate whenever and wherever they please. In addition to that, there is a new and feature rich Office 365 API which allows Developers the ability to extend the reach of Office 365 to Apps that can be both browser based or native on a variety of Mobile Platforms. In our discussion we will look specifically at:
- How the infrastructure of Office 365 enables the IT-Pro to manage and gain insights into the organization they operate in
- How consumers can have the Office 365 experience anywhere and everywhere on demand
- How each specific workload enable consumers to become more productive in their daily lives
- How the Office 365 API provides seamless integration to multiple devices
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Fabian Williams is a SharePoint Architect at Planet Technologies, Inc. in the Federal Information Worker Practice. His work with the SharePoint product line dates back to the 2003 release. Fabian holds a Bachelors of Science degree in Computer Information System “Magna-Cum-Laude” from Strayer University, Washington D.C. and his Masters in Computer Information Technology studies at the Johns Hopkins University Carey School for Business in Columbia, Maryland. He holds the following Microsoft Certifications MCSE, MCSD and MCDBA.
Shyam Oza is a Senior Product Manager at AvePoint, working directly with global organizations - many of which are in the Fortune 500 - on crafting new deployment strategies utilizing hybrid and cloud environments with Microsoft technologies. His expertise and passion for being at the leading edge of new application delivery models, including mobile and social, has garnered him speaking opportunities throughout the country. Shyam studied Information Systems, specializing in Communications and Command and Control at the New Jersey Institute of Technology.