Announcing the HLS Modern Workplace Events Series

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Over the past several months the Microsoft Healthcare and Life Sciences group has brought to customers a number of live events. These have included the “Modern Workplace Transformation (MWT) Healthcare & Life Sciences Virtual Conference,” “HLS SharePoint Week,” and “HLS Microsoft Teams Week.” Do to the popularity and demand for more content we are happy to announce an ongoing Event Series focused around all things Modern Workplace, the “HLS Modern Workplace Events Series.”

The “HLS Modern Workplace Events Series” will be shorter 1-3-day format events focused on an area of coverage. The type of sessions though will be expanded beyond the traditional interactive presentations and demos to also include, by request, live, interactive, “Show Me How” sessions where resident Microsoft experts will walk through the process of provisioning, building, configuring, etc., a solution while taking Q&A from you our customer audience.

We have our next two events in the hopper. On May 28th and 29th we will be bringing you some great corporate speakers to present on Microsoft Stream and Microsoft 365 Live Events. This is an area that has been really heating up with customers looking to help their digital transformation forward and we are anticipating them to be highly attended, very lively sessions! Following that we are working on a 2-3 day solution “Show Me How” events where we cover end to end the Office 365 Custom Learning solution. What it is, walk through provisioning and Q&A (you can follow along), Customizing the solution, as well as integrating with SharePoint centralized document libraries, Stream, Microsoft Teams, and more.

As always we want to bring you content to help your HLS org so let us know what you would like to see us cover, speakers you would like to see us feature, etc.

That’s it for now. Here at the Healthcare and Life Sciences (HLS) blog we want to thank you for your help in making the past events successful and look forward to delivering even greater impact content in the future.

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