Building Alliances Pt. 3, Implementation and Leveraging Microsoft 365 (M365) to Manage Your Organizations Records

Building Alliances – Part 3, Implementation and Leveraging Microsoft 365 (M365) to Manage Your Organizations Records. Join us January 21, 2022, 1:30-2:30pm E.S.T.

Register in advance for this meeting:

https://ksu.zoom.us/meeting/register/tJwkc-6urjotE9IJiT3HDbwLCOm7Ez3lQueg

Ryan Leimkuehler, University Records Manager at Kansas State University and David Brown, Archivist and Head of Records Management Services as the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission will continue their discussions on how to establish Archives and Records Management Programs through the formation of strategic cross organizational alliances. Our January discussion will focus upon successfully deploying M365 in your organization and utilizing it functionalities in support of records management.

M365 provides various platforms and a powerful suite of tools with the potential to significantly improve how your organization collaborates and utilizes information. The implementation of M365 transforms how information is created, shared, organized, managed, and retrieved within Microsoft platforms such as SharePoint Online, MS Teams, OneDrive, and Exchange Online.  

M365 can be a confusing landscape with multiple options to complete tasks and little official guidance about when and where to adopt new capabilities. That is why it is essential to understand how to utilize the tools and features to improve collaboration and work processes while promoting compliance through the management and control of information.

Ryan has been in M365 environment for five to six years while Dave is relatively new to the platform. They will discuss and share their organization specific experiences and then will welcome questions and discussion points from attendees.

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