Join us on April 14 at 12 p.m. EDT for a Q&A webinar about using Microsoft Teams for remote work in government.
“What are the right governance policies to put in place for using Microsoft Teams?” This is just one question many government, non-profits, and educational institutions are asking themselves now as they implement or update remote work policies.
They are also thinking about how to optimize their employees’ successful transition to remote work, and how to use out-of-the-box reporting functionality to monitor aggregate level Teams usage.
If you have questions about Microsoft Teams, join us for a virtual lunch and learn to ask them. During this live webinar, our experts will lead a Q&A session about Microsoft Teams deployment, optimization, governance and reporting. We’ll provide guidance based on our extensive experience leading Teams implementations and helping government agencies, non-profits and educational organizations adopt to new technologies while meeting internal security requirements.
You will have opportunities in the webinar to ask questions of our Microsoft Teams and remote work specialists. Unlike more content-heavy webinars, our event is designed as a forum to answer your questions and learn from what others are doing.
Topics we plan to discuss include:
- How to identify the most essential requirements needed to quickly implement Teams – security, governance and technical considerations
- How to build the “right” Teams governance structure for your organization
- How to increase employee adoption and engagement
- How to leverage built-in analytics functionality to report on department- or organization-level Teams usage
The bottom line: Rapid deployment of a remote workforce doesn’t have to sacrifice your organizational objectives, productivity or information security.
About our Speakers
Michael McNett is our Enterprise Collaboration Practice Teamwork lead. He focuses on helping organizations become more productive and gaining a competitive edge by improving their teamwork and collaboration capabilities. By taking a business and people-first approach, Mike partners with clients to guide them through steps that will help them increase their employee engagement and return on investment.
Mike has nearly 30 years of experience in building and leading teams and organizations while an Officer in the United States Army (1983-2012) where he served in a variety of leadership and technical positions to include being the Director of the Continental United States Theater Network and Operations Security Center and the Chief Information Officer of both the National Defense University and the United States Military Academy. Since 2012, Mike has been a senior IT consultant in the Columbus, Ohio area, advising clients on how they can improve their collaboration and communication capabilities by ensuring their projects are well-governed and aligned to their business goals and objectives.
Linda M. Stevens leads our Government and Public Sector Practice and has over 17 years of experience partnering with executives in Federal and State Government and Private Sector organizations to solve complex business and technical challenges.
As a former intelligence analyst for the United States Air Force, and long-time trailblazer in utilizing proven private sector methodologies and technology to help executive leadership achieve mission objectives. Linda understands the numerous challenges (e.g., policy changes, IT modernization, the aging workforce, etc.) facing government organizations today and has led large-scale technology and operational efforts for the following industry-leading organizations: Department of Defense, Health and Human Services, Google, and Fidelity, to name a few.
JR Morell is a Senior Account Executive for Microsoft, responsible for helping customers take advantage of Microsoft’s technologies within DOD Joint Agencies, including F-35 Program, USCENTCOM, JCSE, USSOUTHCOM, and Joint AI Center.
JR began his career at Lockheed Martin as a .NET developer and has spent the majority of his twenty-year career guiding government agencies to the right IT solutions. He spends his free time being a dance and golf dad to two little girls and watching as much football as his wife Leah can tolerate (which is a LOT).