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Microsoft Cloud User Group Birmingham - 19th April 2018
Interested in the Microsoft Cloud? Are you learning about Microsoft 365 (Office 365, EM+S and Windows 10) or Microsoft Azure? Fancy networking with peers and learning about the latest developments? Join us in Birmingham on the 19th April from 6PM for an evening of learning and sharing experience. Everyone is welcome. We subscribe to the Diversity Charter - read it at https://diversitycharterblog.wordpress.com Agenda: 6:00 pm – Arrival and networking 6:30 – Penny Coventry - You don’t have to feel so lonely: Microsoft Teams In this introductory session to Microsoft Teams, Penny will review the functionality available and how it relates to Office 365 Group and SharePoint team sites. She will then discuss when to use Outlook, Skype and Microsoft Teams. 7:15 – Ed Baker – Everything you wanted to know about PowerShell but were too afraid to ask. Join Ed as he covers Windows PowerShell, PowerShell for Azure and the new PowerShell Core. He’ll answer burning questions such as: Where do I get it? What do I do with it? How can I save myself time using PowerShell? How will PowerShell help me in my daily tasks? Time to break out of your shell and get empowered! 8:00– Coffee/Break 8:30 – Steve Goodman – What’s new in Office 365 We finish the evening with a round up of the latest and most important updates across the Office 365 suite, including the latest Teams announcements. 9:00 – Finish Wrap up and head for a brief drink for more networking.

The Priory Rooms Meeting & Conference Centre

40 Bull Street · Birmingham, B4 6AF

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Interested in the Microsoft Cloud? Are you learning about Microsoft 365 (Office 365, EM+S and Windows 10) or Microsoft Azure? Fancy networking with peers and learning about the latest developments?

Join us in Birmingham, London and Manchester each month for an evening of learning and sharing experience.

Everyone is welcome. Whether you are just trying to start out in IT, a seasoned professional, coming alone or with colleagues you are welcome. Everyone from any background is welcome at our events and the organizing team's aim is to help further the careers of our attendees.

We would love it if you presented a session. If you are an aspiring speaker or you have done it many times before we would love you to speak. Real-world knowledge is valued by all attendees. If you've never spoken at a user group before we are happy to coach you. Come along and grab Steve, Jason, Adam or Martin and we'll take it from there.

We subscribe to the diversity charter:

We believe that all members of the technical community are equally important.
We are part a tech community where we value a diverse network, and learn and share from one another:
regardless of age,
regardless of colour,
regardless of their ethnicity,
regardless of their religion or beliefs,
regardless of disability,
regardless of gender,
regardless of sexual orientation,
regardless of their race,
regardless of their ability or lack of ability,
regardless of nationality or accent.
We are a diverse tech community where we are all individuals with differences, but we are all members and we can all learn from each other.

Read more about the diversity charter here. (https://diversitycharterblog.wordpress.com/)

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