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- Why Orchestry
Microsoft 365 has had Guest Access for some time. It plays a key part in your organization’s ability to collaborate and communicate effectively with users from outside of your enterprise. Guest Access allows Guests to sign into your team, join the chat, and meetings, and access files within your Teams, Groups, or SharePoint sites.
While the benefits of being able to invite guests into your Teams and Workspaces are undeniable, unrestricted and unmonitored invitations pose great security and financial risks, potential data leaks, and loss.
Watch this webinar, as Orchestry unveils our latest unparalleled and highly anticipated Guest Insights and Lifecycle Management features.
CEO & Janitor, Orchestry
Seven-time Microsoft SharePoint MVP, former Co-Founder of Dynamic Owl Consulting and of BONZAI Intranet, this serial entrepreneur, international speaker, Office 365 thought leader, and former professional chef brings great depth of product, leadership, and user experience expertise to Orchestry, working with Fortune 500 companies to deliver maximum efficiency of their Microsoft 365 investments.
When Michal takes a day off occasionally, you will find him experimenting in the kitchen, inventing a new cocktail, or learning a new language while enjoying all Vancouver has to offer with his wife, daughter, and furry companion.
Director, Product Delivery, Orchestry
As a speaker, author, and consultant operating across industries, David brings to Orchestry a diversified perspective on solving problems in the Digital Workplace. Working cross-functionally to guide products from conception to launch, he carefully connects the technical and business worlds. Passionate about user experience and design, David thrives on outcomes that are not only successful from a technological perspective but more critically; adopted, championed, and valued by the business.
Beyond his passion for the digital workplace, David enjoys spending time with his spouse and daughter, playing soccer, or reading a good book.