Ed Baker – Take the ExpressRoute the Office 365
Microsoft Azure and Azure Active Directory are the foundation stones upon which Office 365 is built and deployed. This session will dig into the integration between the two and to explore the Hybrid world of Site-to-Site VNets and Express Route which allows high speed secure and private connections from your datacentre, main business sites or indeed hosting sites directly into Microsoft’s Azure Datacentres, thus offering more reliability, faster speeds, lower latencies and higher security than typical connections over the Internet. With ExpressRoute, you can establish connections to Azure at an ExpressRoute location (Exchange Provider facility) or directly connect to Azure from your existing WAN network (such as an MPLS VPN) provided by a network service provider. Finally, one of the jewels in crown of Microsoft Azures Enterprise Mobility story is Azure RemoteApp which can now take advantage of ExpressRoute the session rounds off with a demonstration of this ground breaking technology.
Gary Steere – Troubleshooting AutoDiscover and Availability in Exchange and Office 365
AutoDiscover and Availability Services help solve two key problems – finding your Exchange server (AutoDiscover), and getting calendar free times and busy times (Availability). These services are used by Outlook clients, Skype for Business clients and Office 365 alike.The two services experienced only minor changes under Exchange 2007, 2010 and even early 2013. The current change in the cloud landscape has changed that. What you knew about AutoDiscover in Exchange 2007, or even Exchange 2013 CU4, has changed. Did you know that users on an Exchange 2013 CU4 server may use a different method of checking availability for coworkers in Office 365 than users on CU7?This session will cover what you need to know about AutoDiscover and Availability to support your organization and understand how to troubleshoot common problems. We will address common scenarios such as an organization with Exchange 2007, 2010 and 2013 on-premises in a hybrid configuration with users in Office 365. The session will be of value to both Exchange and Lync/Skype for Business attendees as both products use Exchange AutoDiscover and Availability.
Justin Harris – So You Think Your Directory is Ready for Office 365?
Making the choice to migrate to Office 365 can be a big decision for any company. One of the items that is often overlooked when starting a migration to Office 365 is the current state of the on-premises Active Directory environment. Over the years many different types of Active Directory structures have fell in and out of favor. Does your on-premises Active Directory infrastructure consist of multiple forests that may include several account and resource forests? Have your on-premises Active Directory environment accumulated 10+ years of bloat that has spanned multiple administrators? If so, this session will walk through the effort that is required to ensure the on-premises Active Directory is prepared for Office 365 hybrid connectivity and for a successful migration.
Toni Pohl – How to (remote) control Office 365 with Microsoft
This session can be redesigned into an Architecture session. With the new Version of Office 365 developers have new possibilities for Integration and Automation. Companies are able to automate business processes with Office 365 API’s and Powershell to control the cloud needed for different scenarios.
In this session we show you a demo scenario where we automate Office 365 with an own app which can run in Microsoft Azure. You can see how to control and automate with the magic of Exchange web services, PowerShell, Azure Websites, Azure Active Directory, .NET and Visual Studio. We use Graph API, REST, CSOM and have a look into the new Office 365 API’s.
Martina Grom – 10 Things you should know about Office 365
There are tons of new and exciting stuff in the new Office 365. In this session, you get all the news about Office 365. What is new in Exchange Online, what’s about SharePoint Online and how to use Skype for Business?
The session has a lot of Demo’s about new features around Office 365. It addresses users of Office 365 who wants to know what is new in the service and how to optimize the service. Learn from field experience what the most wanted Discussion Points are around Office 365. In this 10 Points list you’ll find all you need to start your cloud conversation
Jon Maunder – Whats in a name – Office 365 E5
With the recent announcement of Office 365 E5 suite, we see a number of new capabilities being delivered by Microsoft. Modern collaboration, personalised insights and people centric compliance are the three core pillars, but what technologies are behind it? We will be covering the whole suite of products which include: Skype Meeting Broadcast, PSTN Conferencing, Cloud PBX, PSTN Calling, Power BI Pro, Delve Org Analytics, Customer Lockbox, Advanced Threat Protection and Predictive eDiscovery. Come and find out how these new features can be leveraged in your business and provide a truly unified productivity and communications experience.