Optimizing the Office 365 Experience When Everyone’s at Home

Date: Thursday, April 23rd at 11am PDT / 2pm EDT

The shift from working in the office to working from home on Office 365 has cause an architectural change like no other. Those 10,000 employees? They now make up the 10,000 new “branch" locations of the business. And in the midst of bandwidth constraints, lack of corporate security safeguards, and cybercriminals looking to take advantage of the situation, the organization is still looking to you to deliver a fast, consistent, and secure Office 365 experience.

So, how can you accomplish this when IT has almost zero control over the end-to-end Office 365 experience?

Join Microsoft Cloud and Datacenter MVP, Nick Cavalancia, and Naresh Kumar from Zscaler as they dive into this issue and discuss:

  • What risks do working remotely bring to organizational productivity and security?
  • Why the working-from-home architecture is all wrong for great Office 365 user and collaboration experience?
  • What aspects of your users connecting to Office 365 need to be optimized to achieve needed levels of performance and security?

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About the presenters:

Naresh Kumar
Product Management, Zscaler

Naresh Kumar has 12+ years of hands-on experience in product management, solutions architecture, and engineering. He has an extensive background in building software and products for large enterprise and service provider networks.

Nick Cavalancia
Microsoft MVP, Techvangelism

Nick Cavalancia, Microsoft MVP, has 25 years of enterprise IT experience, is an accomplished consultant, speaker, trainer, writer, and columnist and has achieved industry certifications throughout the years including MCSE, MCT, MCNE, and MCNI. He has authored, co-authored and contributed to over two dozen books on various Microsoft technologies.


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