Speaking at Microsoft Ignite the Tour Toronto 2020


My first conference of 2020 will be Microsoft Ignite the Tour Toronto, January 8th and 9th 2020! Even if it’s only a two-day event, there is a lot of content at this Microsoft organized event that usually has about 5,000 attendees join from all over Canada! Here’s a bit about my sessions!

Microsoft Ignite the Tour Toronto

Creating Approval Flows with Microsoft Power Automate

15-minute theater session – Jan 9th @ 10:20 AM

Microsoft Power Automate makes creating workflows easy, and Approvals are the most common type of workflow that users need! Join this session to understand Microsoft Power Automate workflows by looking at real scenarios, as well as taking them to the next level by creating automatic reminders and more!

Real World Governance for External Sharing in Office 365

45-minute breakout – Jan 9th @ 1:45 PM

Does the idea of your users sharing content externally keep you up at night? In this session, we will look at real-world scenarios on how you can enable your users to securely share content with external users, while ensuring everything is done within the security policies set forward by IT.

5 PowerShell reports every Office 365 admin needs to have

45-minute breakout – Jan 9th @ 3:00 PM

PowerShell not only gives administrators access to all the settings in Office 365, it makes it easy to connect to multiple services and gather information to create useful reports. In this session, we will learn what PowerShell for Office 365 can do by looking at five real-life reports that every Office 365 Admin needs to have as part of their administration toolbelt!

Ask the Experts / Expert Connect

Jan 8th @ 3:30 PM – 5:15 PM

On January 8th I will be at Table 6 for any questions you might have around my areas of expertise, so feel free to drop by and ask my any questions you might have (or simply drop by to say hi!)

See you in Toronto in January!

I am looking forward to seeing everyone in Toronto this January for all things Microsoft 365! You can get all the info on the event over here >

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  • January 14, 2020 at 4:44 pm
    Will Umerez

    Hello Vlad:

    I attended your amazing presentation about “5 PowerShell reports every Office 365 admin needs to have”. Are the Powershell scripts you showed in Ignited available to download somewhere?


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