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A quick snapshot of last week's M365 conference

By Asif Rehmani
Updated October 15, 2023

Last week, I had the opportunity to not only speak at, but also lead the inaugural Dynamics 365 track at the M365 conference.

The idea was to gather the best Dynamics 365 speakers and demonstrate how both M365 and D365 ecosystems are coming together.

Dynamics 365 Speakers

The comments from the attendees I talked with were very positive. Many of them emphasized that it was great to understand the complete picture as to how Microsoft 365 and Dynamics 365 ecosystems are intertwined with each other and what Microsoft's vision is for the future.

The sessions I presented were on Intro to Dynamics for the Microsoft 365 Guy/Gal and Learning in the Flow of Work within M365 & D365. Both of these decks and other presentations I do can be downloaded from here if you want.

Download My Slides

The conference took place at MGM Grand in Las Vegas. A beautiful venue that sits at a great location on the Las Vegas strip.

Over 1,000 attendees showed up to this conference. A decent number that is sure to rise in the future since the overwhelming sentiment from the attendees was that it was Great to be here in person instead of attending yet another virtual conference.

Microsoft's Charles Lamanna (head of Dynamics 365 and Power Platform) and Jeff Teper (who leads MS Teams, SharePoint, OneDrive and more) presented keynotes at this conference. This further cemented the fact that Microsoft is slowly merging applications for collaboration, communication and all types of business applications under one umbrella.

Dozens of speakers presented at this conference. It was great to catch up with old colleagues and speakers new to the conference.

Snapshot of the speaker room

The next event I'll be presenting at is the Learning Solutions conference. If you happen to be attending that conference, drop me a line. Would love to meet up!

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