Be part of SPTechCon: The SharePoint and Office 365 Conference’s premiere Office 365 Hands-On Challenge on August 26th in Boston, MA.
Join fellow members of the collaborative Office 365 and SharePoint community in participating in a challenge to create digital collaborative solutions for Plymouth State University Silver Center for the Arts.
As a participant you will have a hand in improving the department’s productivity via the tools inside Microsoft Office 365 suite.
Office 365 Hands-On Challenge Details:
Up to Five teams each with a different Office 365 related challenge will solve problems and build solutions for Plymouth State University’s Silver Center for the Arts.
Each team will have an expert advisor from the SPTechCon Speakers to guide them through hurdles uncovered in the challenge.
The day will commence at the same time as the other portions of the SPTechCon conference, 9:00 am. You can see SPTechCon’s full conference schedule here. There will be one hour of introductions and organization prior to getting started with the Hands-On Challenge.The remainder of the day up until 5:00 pm will be reserved for team members to strategize and build their solution.
Come be a part of this creative and collaborative Hands-On learning experience.
Office 365 Hands-On Challenge Committee Members
John S. Moh
John’s passion and priority is all about driving adoption of O365 at large Federal Executive Departments using the PSL process (Personas, Scenarios, and Learning Events). Currently, he is a Principal Consultant at Microsoft in the Adoption and Change Management (ACM) Global Practice and the Business Productivity Americas Practice.
Jumping over from Avanade in early 2005, John started out as an Enterprise Strategy Consultant at Microsoft in the Washington DC Area. His desire to be more technical drove him to complete the Exchange “Ranger” program (Microsoft Certified Master), landing him on some of the most politically and technically challenging projects in Public Sector. Eventually, John’s desire to be more impactful led him to Redmond WA, where he shipped Xbox Live as a Senior Program Manager. Today, he is back in the Washington DC Area working on ACM and SharePoint solutions creating cookbooks of RSPIs (ReusableSharePoint Ideas – pronounced “recipes”). His work in SharePoint can be summed up in this statement: focus not on SharePoint use but the usefulness of SharePoint!
Rima Reyes is currently a Senior Consultant at Microsoft for Office 365 and SharePoint. Rima's main focus is to move large-scale Federal Government agencies into the Microsoft Cloud. Having 12+ years of SharePoint experience as well, Rima came to understand the end user adoption dilemma. Pivoting her technical career while at Microsoft, Rima is paving a new path for Office 365 adoption by establishing the End User Adoption Framework and by being a Prosci Certified Change Management Practitioner. Her passion for people and tech become one as she hopes to help everyone on the planet achieve greatness with Office 365.
Outside of her customer focus, Rima is also a Master Trainer, helping other employees learn and grow within Microsoft. She also supports her local user groups, Women in SharePoint DC and The Federal SharePoint Users Group, by being their official Microsoft Sponsor.
Matt is an engineer-turned IT nerd. His career began designing mechanical systems for nuclear reactors for the US Navy. SharePoint 2007 rolled out soon after and he leveraged it to organize design documents, contracts, and drawings dating back decades; for better or worse, a new power user was born. The IT department needed some help, so he led adoption for a few years following, including the user adoption sides of upgrading to SharePoint 2013. Next, he spent a couple years in the US Virgin Islands where he led the organization’s migration from SharePoint 2013 to SharePoint Online. Today he consults internationally on Office 365 migration and adoption. He’s recently found himself neck deep in AI and bots. He’s worked in environments ranging from government to private sector; fewer than one hundred users to thousands; strictly secure to eh-good-enough; custom to out-of-the-box; snowed-in to palm tree-laden.
SPTechCon will be held at the Sheraton Boston Hotel
There are special discounted room rates for SPTechCon attendees and sponsors - $189 per night plus taxes.
The number of rooms in the discounted block is LIMITED and historically rooms sell out well before the deadline. Don't wait until the last minute to reserve your hotel room!