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Susan Hanley is an Office Servers and Services MVP specializing in the “people side” of SharePoint and collaboration solutions. Her areas of expertise include strategy, knowledge management, information architecture, user adoption, governance and business value metrics. She is the co-author of three popular SharePoint books: Essential SharePoint 2007, Essential SharePoint 2010, and Essential SharePoint 2013: Practical Guidance for Measurable Business Result. She also writes the Essential SharePoint blog for Network World.
Follow her on Twitter @susanhanley
Teo Lachev is a Data Platform MVP, and a Microsoft Gold Partner in Data Analytics. Through his Atlanta-based company Prologika, Lachev helps organizations make sense of their most valuable asset: their data.
Follow him on Twitter @tlachev
Jason Roberts is an Australia-based Microsoft .NET MVP, freelance developer, writer, and Pluralsight course author with over 15 years experience. He has written multiple books and is an open source contributor. In addition to enterprise software development, he has also designed and developed both Windows Phone and Windows Store apps.
Follow him on Twitter @robertsjason
Alexandre Verkinderen is a technology passionate, evangelist and subject matter expert in cloud, virtualization and management. He is a Hybrid Cloud Architect and actively assists large organizations to envision architect, implement, configure, and customize their Microsoft Cloud solutions.
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Marcin Policht obtained his Master of Computer Science degree over 20 years ago, and has since worked in the Information Technology field. He’s handled a variety of responsibilities, but has mostly focused on directory services, cloud services, virtualization, system management, and database management.
He has authored one book dedicated to Windows Management Instrumentation, and co-written several others on subjects ranging from core operating system features to high-availability solutions. His articles have been published on various websites, such as ServerWatch and Database Journal. He has been a Microsoft MVP for 11 years running.