Nicky Meekings & Scott Riley
Microsoft & GCI
Nicky is a Territory Channel Manager (TCM) aligned to Professional and Financial Services within the SMC customer segment. Specialising in Microsoft Office365 and Skype for Business Technology Solutions, helping customers to understand the power of Microsoft''s solutions and how those solutions deliver higher performance, lower costs and a competitive edge.
Scott is an IT services professional with strong expertise in the mid-market service provider industry, leading technical teams to success across the UK in a number of areas. Working closely with GCI’s Pre-Sales, Project Management, Technical and Service Delivery teams, he ensures business processes and cost models are well aligned to a solution roadmap fit to transform Legal practices across the UK. As a champion for Cloud and Hosting services, Scott directs the design of innovative solutions to help legal professionals and practices work faster, collaborate better and boost security.
Microsoft 365 would already be making life easier, if you let it
Office 365 and Windows 10 have some of the most powerful security, mobility and communication features built-in. However many firms still run old versions and then compensate with additional tools causing headaches for their users. This session explores the freedom and simplicity that enables users to work from anywhere whilst automatically protecting and classifying data to keep your firm secure. Or at least it would, if you turned it on.
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