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The Northwest Ohio Office 365 User Group was founded in 2012 (formerly known as The Northwest Ohio SharePoint User Group) and was formed to bring local professionals together who have a passion for SharePoint. Through networking and quarterly meetings, NWo365UG has brought like-minded people together to share experiences, triumphs, and tribulations around Microsoft SharePoint.

The same concept and principals will continue going forward, but will include all Office 365 applications. With new abilities and cloud solutions, this is a perfect time to welcome new opportunities and members!

Upcoming events (1)

TBD - Teams Governance & Champions Program

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UPDATE: Due to the Coronavirus COVID-19, this presentation is being pushed out. We are unsure of our reschedule date at this time. We apologize for the inconvenience but look forward to seeing you soon. Speaker/Presentation will be Kyle Gonyer (Dana Corp) and Wanda Brotzki (First Solar) covering topics to include the collaboration journey from planning to adoption of Office 365 apps, primarily Microsoft Teams. Kyle has been with Dana for 25 years and leads the o365 focus. Kyle has managed the roll-out of several inter and intranet redesigns for Dana, including the move to the o365 cloud and rolling out video capabilities (Stream). Dana is also rolling out Microsoft Teams this year as their standard for communication and collaboration. In the first half of the presentation, Kyle will address the strategy and governance aspects of rolling out Teams across an organization. Wanda has implemented several SharePoint rollouts from 2003 to 2015, but has been responsible for Organizational Change Management (OCM) at First Solar for the past 4 years. She has developed a training program for o365 Teams/Yammer to encourage productivity and collaboration. She will present the Certified Collaborator (Champions) program currently being implemented at First Solar.

Past events (5)

2020 Microsoft Ignite Recap

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