Overview

April 1
11AM PT, 2PM ET

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Communication and collaboration tools have become the lifeline for remote work during the pandemic. For many organizations, that has meant deploying Microsoft Teams: The comprehensive collaboration platform surged from 20 million daily active users in November 2019 to 115 million by October 2020.

While Teams is helping organizations stay agile and resilient in the new work-from-home era, the pandemic ultimately forced many knee-jerk reactions and rushed deployments.  There were many configuration decisions made without a full knowledge or understanding of what the platform truly entails on the backend.  

To help public-sector organizations optimize their use of Teams, Government Technology is partnering with Quest to produce a special webinar on the biggest mistakes that tend to arise from a rushed Teams deployment – and how your own team can make the best use of the platform.

Join us April 1 at 11am PT/2pm ET for an info-packed half hour!

Speakers

Roy Martinez

Roy Martinez

Strategic Solutions Architect, Quest Software

For the past several years, Roy Martinez has assisted a variety of enterprises with the daunting task of taking the plunge into the Cloud. When not working with clients on migrations, he enjoys reading, writing, and performing the odd magic trick for friends and family.

Paul Clanton

Paul Clanton — Moderator

Senior Fellow, Center for Digital Government

Paul Clanton has over 30 years in various Information technology roles in both the public and private sectors including 20 years successfully leading Information Technology departments. He has also had roles in software development, program and project management, systems administration, and database administration. He is now turning his experience and expertise to helping government organizations get the most value from their significant investment in people, process, and technology.
 
Paul’s leadership experience and a quest for continuous improvement has lead him to develop proven methodologies to quickly assess the people and culture of an IT organization and to implement a process to develop a unified team with a clear vision and strategy and a process to continuously improve and achieve meaningful results. Some of Paul’s accomplishments include leading two different IT organizations that earned Top-10 Digital Counties Survey awards for a combined 10 times in 12 years. An organization he led also earned an InformationWeek 500 Government Innovators award in 2010.