CLO06 - An Embarrassment of Riches: What to Use When?

Wednesday, October 11
1:45 PM - 2:45 PM
Location: Belle Meade CD - Magnolia Mezzanine Level M

Format: Ask the Experts
Level: Intermediate

There are abundant ways with Office 365 to share files, collaborate on data, or collaborate in general.  Join this panel discussion to share best practices and ask questions in how others are utilizing OneDrive, O365 Groups, SharePoint, Excel, Yammer, Outlook, or others.  Maximize the value of your Office 365 in coordination with Dynamics 365 or CRM to help you and your users make more effective and better decisions on how they get work done.  

Melita Bouchet

Marketing Manager/CRM Technologist


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Maurice Powers

IT Director
Enertech Global, LLC

As an I.T. Manager, technician, and consultant for over 23 years, I have worked with (and for) numerous small companies in sectors such as retail, healthcare, utilities, and manufacturing . Proficiencies include various Microsoft Server technologies including SQL, Dynamics CRM, Office 365 cloud services, SharePoint, IIS, Exchange, Lync, Active Directory, and more.

Other areas of experience include networking, VMWare, HyperV, Windows Small Business Servers, Linux servers and Desktops, Mitel VoIP systems, Avaya IPOffice and more. Also excel in using (and teaching use of) Windows and Macintosh desktop operating systems, and various office software including Microsoft Office, Open Office, ERP and CRM platforms, and Google Apps for Business.

Over the last two years, I have led the campaign to recover a near failed Dynamics CRM implementation for my employer. The value that I hope to bring to CRMUG Summit as a panelist is aiding others with my experiences specializing in working with small to medium businesses where resources may be limited.


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Matthew Panzano

Dynamics Manager
Aka Enterprise Solutions


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