20.07.2017 - 18:30 - 21:00 Uhr
Microsoft Accelerator Berlin
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Sorry for inviting you all on such a short notice, but we are happy to announce our next meetup for this month. This time we will have a very well known speaker: Raphael Koellner will tell us about the dos and don’ts with the Microsoft Cloud Germany and especially the legal implications. If you’ve been wondering what the new GDPR means for you, this evening is for you!
We meet again at the Microsoft Accelerator in Mitte, Unter den Linden 17, at 18:30. The talk will start at 19:00. Of course, we’ll be having food and drinks for you and look forward to an interesting session and nice discussions with you.
Microsoft Cloud Germany – data shelter?
In this session the Speaker will speak about the Microsoft Cloud Germany (MCD) and the way to a closed cloud. In connection he will explain some basics of using a cloud computing in Germany and legal and contract requirements. Moreover he will speak about the GDPR, the relationship to Microsoft and what Microsoft do. Furthermore we will have time to ask questions about Cloud Computing in Germany and the Microsoft Cloud Germany.
Raphael Koellner, combining the law and the information technology, in particular the cloud computing. He worked for universities, Microsoft Germany (DX), Microsoft Partner as consultant. As a consultant for Bechtle and his own Company he worked for huge international companies to migrate and implementate cloud solutions on a technical and a contract/law way. He is the community guy, MVP for Office Server & Services, Windows 10 Insider MVP, MCT, Microsoft Student Partner Evangelist and become an attorney in Europe. He is the lead of the Office 365 Usergroup Germany, the Office 365 DACH @itpronet, Leader of the Office 365 conference Germany and one of 30 Windows 10 Top Insiders. In this connection he leads the biggest Windows 10 Community in Germany and writes the HoloLens Book for Microsoft Press. At last he is Developer and is a part of the Developer Team of the official App of the German Parliament.