November 7 virtual event for Office 365: Transform your workplace, enable innovation


The workplace is changing. Today, over 70% of employees work outside the office. Across every organization, employees need easier access to the right information and insight on any device, anywhere to make fast, informed decisions. Yet over 40% of surveyed workers feel there isn’t enough collaboration in their workplaces. Progressive organizations are listening! Social in the enterprise is no longer a nice-to-have but rather a workplace necessity.

On November 7, you and your customers are invited to join Microsoft for a live session with industry thought leaders and special guests to hear firsthand how Microsoft Office 365 has helped companies harness employee ideas, embrace new workplace cultures and technologies, and spark innovation and spontaneous collaboration in the workplace to accelerate business: getting it done, anywhere.

Register today to hear from thought leaders and guests in our live virtual event, with two attendance options:

  • Thursday, November 7 at 8:00AM Pacific Time
  • Thursday, November 7 at 6:00PM Pacific Time
  • The event duration is 45 minutes

Invite your customers to attend this webcast, too.

On November 7, you’ll hear from these speakers:


Professor of Innovation at NYU Stern School of Business, Executive Director, Berkley Entrepreneurship Center at NYU; Fellow, Global Innovation at Frog Design; and International Bestselling Author, Disrupt: Think the Unthinkable to Spark Transformation in Your Business, talks about how disruption in the workplace can lead to innovation.


Cofounder of Yammer and Microsoft GM of Engineering, talks about what makes a responsive organization.


Microsoft VP, Office, wraps up with a summary of how big ideas, combined with technology like Office 365, can help you transform your workplace and enable innovation.


Comments (2)
  1. tom says:


    Under 'Register today', you'll see that the event is expected to last for 45 minutes.


  2. RLS54 says:

    Hi, Diane – when planning for something like this, I usually need to know when the event *ends* as well as when it starts. I don't see this info on your blog or the registration page… ?

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