Roundtable Event

Utilising Data Driven insights to improve security and the employee experience.

TUESDAY 21 JUNE 8 - 9.30AM

In partnership with

Utilising Data Driven insights to improve security and the employee experience.

Today’s complex, changing and ambiguous work environments add to organisational and team challenges. To be productive, business users need to rapidly create and leverage digital workspaces in Microsoft 365. This includes Microsoft Teams, SharePoint sites, Yammer communities, Groups and more. Upon creation of these workspaces, the settings, membership and content require configuration to significantly reduce your risk of sprawl, data leaks and fines for regulatory non-compliance.

By understanding the data and organisational context you create the space to optimise your technology investments, reduce risk and improve the employee experience.


Key Risk factors and considerations

It’s critical to know WHO has access to WHAT, as well as WHEN and HOW they accessed it  and to alter the affected settings and permissions to protect your data.


During this interactive roundtable session we will provide insights into our key findings in running successful digital transformations, and together with likeminded professionals, we will share our experiences and ideas on successfully overcoming the challenges of complexity and governance across M365.

Join Eighty20 and AvePoint in this roundtable discussion as we address:

  • Key risk factors and considerations critical to prevent data loss
  • Best practice recommendations based on real-world experience gained through extensive work with customers
  • Uplifting governance by reviewing access scenarios
  • Creating sensitive information classifications to prevent data loss
  • Identify gaps and risks to improve future delivery

If you need to secure your collaboration environment without slowing down productivity register today to reserve your seat.

WHEN: Tuesday 21 June 2022

WHERE: Work Club, 201 Kent St, Sydney 2000 (Ground floor of the AON Building)

TIME: 8am – 9.30 (includes networking breakfast)

Register here