How technology can help people stay productive and connected
Microsoft Culture Transformation
To continue leading digital transformation globally, Microsoft is transforming, adopting a Growth Mindset, rethinking its people processes and practices, and driving positive change across its diverse, multi-generational global workforce. In this session, customers will learn the top 10 takeaways we’ve learned about culture change, so they can directly or indirectly apply these insights to their own transformation efforts. The session will cover how Microsoft is evolving its culture to navigate the company’s own digital transformation in the context of overall digital economy and society.
How Microsoft Enables Remote Work
Microsoft is committed as a company to making public health our first priority and doing what we can to address the economic and societal impact of COVID-19. We also recognize the vital role that our technology plays in supporting people and organizations each day, today and in the long term. This session provides an overview of topics that most immediately help our customers enable their workforce to work from home: Meetings, collaboration, virtual events & productivity with Teams & Office, Secure remote access (Identity & access, endpoint management) and Desktop virtualization with Windows Virtual Desktop.
Since General Availability (GA) in March 2017, Microsoft Teams is now being used by more than 125k of our customers in 181 markets and 25 languages as the hub for teamwork within Microsoft 365. Easily create a team, chat in channels, 1:1 and in small groups, share files, conduct meetings and soon use as your enterprise voice system. This EBC session includes an introduction to Teams, live product demonstrations, and optional case studies.
Remote Working Schedules
|Date||Time at your location||Intended for customers in/timezones|
|May 19th, 2020||6:00 am – 10:00 am PDT||EMEA Timezone|
|June 3rd, 2020||6:00 pm – 10:00 pm PDT||Asia Timezone|