Services Engineering & Operations (CSEO) pros—the IT experts who run the
critical products and services that power the Microsoft enterprise—will be at Ignite 2018 from September 24-28 at the Orange County
Convention Center in Orlando, Florida.
Thousands of hurried feet create a well-worn path deep in the grass, exposing the earth below,
which reflects the gap in how Microsoft designs experiences for the employees who use its products
and services internally. Nearby, a perfectly paved concrete walkway goes untouched.
Digital security presents a host of challenges for the modern enterprise, from mitigating sophisticated external threats to adopting new technology and changing business strategies. Listen in as Bret Arsenault, Microsoft CVP and CISO, describes the strategy for digital security at Microsoft and how it informs IT security and risk management decisions. He shares insights and answers questions about cloud security, compliance with the European Union General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), and more.
In this digital age, data is a strategic asset, and creating a modern data catalog is key to finding and connecting siloed enterprise data. As part of its transformation into a digital company, Microsoft developed a data catalog that incorporates both discoverability and traceability. It connects information from many different areas and simplifies the entire data discovery process, helping people ask important questions and gain business insights—all while maintaining proper data governance.
Recent advances in SharePoint Online have helped improve collaborative experiences for people at Microsoft. Adopting modern sites—including the SharePoint Framework, communication sites, and hub sites—has strengthened our intranet, improved search and collaboration, and reduced development and design costs. By default, our intranet sites created in SharePoint Online are accessible and responsive—and they carry a consistent look and feel across the company.
The workforce at Microsoft is incredibly diverse and includes more than 16,000 employees who come from different countries—all require work authorization to live and work in the United States. To help manage the complex immigration and travel issues for these employees and their dependents, we created a solution with configurable Dynamics 365 features. Learn how it helps simplify complex immigration workflows, creates and reuses forms, and integrates with partner systems.