It is said that the more we know, the more questions arise. This webinar aims to show you how many possibilities are still undiscovered in Office 365 and what your team is not yet using, but should be. We will only talk about practical applications, leaving the unnecessary theory to its enthusiasts. We guarantee that the more you know about Office 365, the more you will learn.
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Frequently asked questions
Thanks to us you will learn:
- What will a modern IT project look like?
- How to understand the maturity level of an organization?
- How is the approach to application development changing?
For anyone who:
- Wants to speed up the application development process.
- Is curious about what the future of IT holds.
- Wants to learn to understand LCNC.
Yes, we will send the recording to all registered people. So leave your email address, even if you can’t join us live.
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