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How will we work in the future? A video interview with collaboration expert Tony Redmond.
The aOS community brings together Microsoft experts from all over the globe. Experts and enthusiasts from Ireland, France and the USA united to explore the topics of modern collaboration at the aOS event in Aachen. What changes can we expect to see? What technologies will play a significant role in the future? What are the biggest challenges on our way to the workplace of the future? Keynote speaker Tony Redmond, Microsoft collaboration technologies expert, provides us with some answers in our video interview.

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Tony Redmond is a recognised expert on Microsoft collaboration technologies. He is the author of numerous books including the well-known eBook "Office 365 for IT Pros", columnist for and speaks at a large number of events such as Microsoft Ignite.

aOS stands for Azure, Office365 and Share Point. As the name implies, the aOS community is all about Microsoft technologies, offering a platform to exchange of information, tips and best practices between Microsoft solution users and Microsoft professionals. Already a staple in a number of countries, the aOS Tour made its Bechtle sponsored German debut in December 2017 at the RWTH Aachen. The agenda covered a variety of Microsoft products and solutions, including Office 365, OneDrive for Business, Azure Stack, and Surface Hub, as well as hot topics such as cybercrime and the General Data Protection Regulation.


The aOS-Community was founded in France and currently has ambassadors in 22 countries. Its members work voluntarily for the independent organisation which is open to everyone (Photo: aOS Aachen)

Sascha Fredrich, IT-Consultant at Bechtle's Aachen IT System House, is one of Germany's aOS-Community ambassadors. “We are always pleased to make interesting contacts and gain new community members who share our passion for close networks within the Microsoft community.”

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Published on Dec 11, 2017.