For November, we’re revisiting Microsoft Teams with Scott Stubberfield from the Microsoft Teams product engineering group. The meeting will be held on Tuesday November 13th at the Microsoft Canada Offices, 222 Bay Street, Suite 1201, Toronto M5K 1E7. This is the Toronto-Dominion Centre (formerly the Ernst & Young Tower).
PLEASE NOTE: We need you to supply your Full Name when you RSVP for the event. Since this event occurs in the evening after business hours, we have to submit a list of attendees to building security at 222 Bay to get elevator access to the facility.
Microsoft Teams brings together the full breadth and depth of Office 365, to provide a true chat-based hub for teamwork and give customers the opportunity to create a more open, fluid, and digital environment. This session aims to show you how Microsoft Teams brings together people, conversations and content as well as the tools that teams need so they can easily collaborate for success.
Part of the session will be a hands on mini-lab where you will interact with other members in a live Microsoft Teams environment where you will work together to complete a series of assigned tasks. Please bring your devices, your questions and your energy to this interactive session. Due to the size of the room, we won’t be able to provide power bars so make sure your laptop or tablet is charged.
Scott Stubberfield works in the Microsoft Teams product engineering group focused on Teams adoption and usage. He has been with Microsoft since 2005 and has been actively working on Microsoft communications products since 2006.
Scott lives in Georgetown Ontario and enjoys shuttling his two kids to their baseball and hockey activities. When he is not debugging snooper traces or writing power point decks he enjoys golfing, hockey and slo-pitch baseball.