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20 June 2012

On 4th July 2012 there will be a half day event at Microsoft’s HQ in Reading, It will showcase practical ways to maximise investment in Microsoft Exchange and Outlook Calendar to get the most out of resources including meeting rooms, equipment, and of course, staff!

Delegates will:
- Learn how to add more capability to Outlook calendar for managing complex facilities and services, such as catering, equipment, seating, video conferencing facilities, visitor passes, parking and more.
- Hear from Microsoft on Exchange & Office 365 tools that support flexible working & remote staff
- Get your hands on the latest Exchange-integrated room &desk booking screen touch screens systems (Evoko&RoomWizard)
- Find out how organisations have saved costs by implementing flexible workspace and working practices, including hot-desking and room booking systems.
- Event includes a session by Dr Monica Seeley, author of the airport best-seller, Brilliant Email. Monica will share with you some top calendaring tips to pass onto your end users.
All delegates will receive a signed copy of Monica’s book.

Hosted by messaging & collaboration company, Essential Computing, and audio visual company, Anders + Kern, this event is aimed at facilities and IT professionals alike. In fact, they hope representatives from both parts of an organisation will attend given the increasing ‘cross-over’ nature of the subject matter.

The full programme is:

09:30–10:00 – Registration and Introduction

10:10–10:45 – How we work at Microsoft & How you can work the same way - Simon May, Microsoft This session includes at the tools that Microsoft staff use on a daily basis to support its own mobile working practices, including Microsoft Lync, new Exchange 2010 features, SharePoint and Office 365 as well as strategies for better support of personal devices.

10:45–11:20 – Agile Working – The Human Element – Dr Monica Seeley
Author of the book, ‘Brilliant Email’, Monica turns her attention to the human aspect of introducing and supporting an agile working approach, including best practices and top tips for working with Outlook calendar to pass onto your end users, better time management, IT self-sufficiency and effective collaboration.

11:20–11:40 – Break & Demos

11:40–12:15 - Exchange-integrated Touch Screens – Joe Benn, Anders+Kern Touch screen technology can deliver real added value to the management of your workspace resources. They offer exciting potential to improve efficiency, save money, and avoid frustration. Get to grips with how rooms, resources and even energy are really being used. The intuitive interface and useful features will make you will wonder what you ever did before.

12:15–12:50 – How to get more out of Exchange Calendaring, James Fussell, Essential Email is the #1 business application for virtually every organisation. This session looks at what can be done to make the most of native Microsoft Outlook calendaring and messaging to improve room and resource management. We will also include an example of how a ‘layered’ application can enhance the booking process to cope with more complex needs such as catering and Video Conferencing and how best to implement a solution that ‘straddles’ IT, end user and facilities management needs.

12:50-13:00 - Q&A & Close
13:00–14:00 – Lunch & Demos


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