Birmingham D365UG – May 2020 Event

Our next Birmingham Dynamics 365 User Group will start at the normal time at 6:30pm on Wednesday May 13th. But unlike normal this will be a virtual event.

The downside of being a virtual event is you won’t be able to sample of famous free buffet!!

But on the upside we have a fantastic line-up of speakers. And being a virtual event means people outside of the Birmingham area will be very welcome. Although spaces will be limited so please register now to avoid disappointment.

Covid-19 and the lock-down is no doubt effecting all of us. Many of the companies we work for will be struggling, resulting in challenging times. In challenging times attending user group meetings becomes even more essential. Talking with like-minded souls and hearing about the latest features is massively important.

All of our talks will be highly relevant and entertaining …. but I would especially like to call out Alison Mulligan’s presentation. Alison will talk with us about how to plan your career path in the Power Platform, that has to be a must see presentation in these challenging times.

Please register now to secure your free place ….

You can register now on D365UG here.

Or alternatively you can register on meetup.com here.

Our speakers will include ….

Alison Mulligan

Career Development in the Power Platform

How to plan your career path in the Power Platform arena. This session will include (time permitting) how to map out your career progression, how to negotiate your progression in your current role and how to manage your own development

 

Feridun Kadir

Back-to-Basics: Security in the Dynamics 365 Platform

In this session you will learn about the security model in the Dynamics 365 platform (for model-driven apps). The session is aimed at those who are new to administering security in D365 but those who want a refresher are welcome.

The areas Feridun will cover include Users, Security Roles, Privileges, Access Levels, Business Units, Teams, Access Teams for Sharing, Hierarchy Security and Field Level Security.


Matt Beard

Top Data Quality Tips & How to Implement Them

Data Quality doesn’t have to be hard and with years of experience in the industry, learn from people who found out the hard way what does and doesn’t work. Tips across the Power Platform and everyone should have at least one thing to take away and try at home!

Don’t forget please register now to secure your free place ….

You can register now on D365UG here.

Or alternatively you can register on meetup.com here.

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