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Title: Migrating Enterprise Applications to Azure Cloud Native

Speaker: Mihai Tataran, Avaelgo, Romania

Date and Time: Wed, Jan 19th 2022 11:00 – 12:00 CET

Webinar Description:

In this webinar we will explore the methodologies (based on Well Architected Framework and Cloud Native) and technologies (PaaS, Microservices, AKS, etc.) used nowadays to migrate Enterprise Applications to Azure. We will focus on WHY move to Azure and what to gain from this move and based on those justifications choose the right technologies.

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Title: Working with Templates in Microsoft 365

Speaker: Chirag Patel MVP, MCT, Microsoft 365 Consultant, Patel Consulting, United Kingdom

Date and Time: Wed, Jan 26th 2022 15:00 – 16:00 CET

Webinar Description:

Why create solutions from scratch when you have so many templates available in Microsoft 365 through Microsoft Teams, SharePoint, Microsoft Lists and Power Platform. We will explore these templates and how to build your own to accelerate your adoption journey.

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Intelligent bots using Power Virtual Agents

Title: Intelligent bots using Power Virtual Agents

Speaker: Renato Romão, MVP, Storm Technology Ltd, Brazil

Date and Time: Tue Feb 8th 2022 12:00 – 13:00 CET

Webinar Description:

Power Virtual Agents is one of the best platforms to build intelligent chatbots using a No-Code experience.
In this session, I will show you the benefits of implementing this technology in your organization and clients. Also, you will be able to create bots using AI capabilities connected to Bot Framework Composer and Power Automate. Let’s do more using AI bots with less code.

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Modern approvals in Office 365 with Power Automate and Microsoft Teams

Title: Modern approvals in Office 365 with Power Automate and Microsoft Teams

Speaker: Tomasz Poszytek, MVP, Konsultanci Digital Workplace, Poland

Date and Time: Tue Feb 23rd 2022 11:00 – 12:00 CET

Webinar Description:

Approvals in Office 365 went a long journey from simple tasks to a complete solution allowing your approvers to take action in process the way they like; either via email, mobile app or even Teams.

During this session we will do a deep dive into world of approvals. I will show you:

1. How approvals work in Power Automate
2. How approvals work in Microsoft Teams
3. How a single approval can be assigned and completed through Teams or Outlook
4. How to build even more advance approval scenarios working directly with Microsoft Dataverse data.

Approvals in Office 365 can be used for variety of purposes, from easy, direct approvals to complex workflows having multiple stages and many approvers. Let yourself get inspired and start using approvals in your processes too.

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Title: Navigating Microsoft Teams Devices for a Hybrid Workplace

Speaker: Graham Walsh, Neat, United Kingdom

Date and Time: Wed Mar 9th 2022 11:00 – 12:00 CET

Webinar Description: Coming soon

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