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Roger Turner

Head of Technical Innovation and Internal Systems Roger Turner

An IT professional with over 25 years’ experience in support, project and management roles. 15 years’ experience managing IT Services (Ireland & EMEA)

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PRINCE2 Practitioner certified with a strong record in large infrastructure projects. Considerable experience in Incident management and ITIL environments and Service Desk CRM design and implementation. In-depth experience in a variety of verticals in project management, design and implementation of Office 365 and Azure Cloud Solutions.

I always focus on the end user experience for any solution I architect, there are so many productivity gains to be made in using collaboration solutions such as Office 365 but in all cases, there is a journey staff need to be guided on in order to realise the benefits of new ways of working.

Latest articles from Roger

29/06/2021

Windows 11 explainer: Here’s what you need to know about Microsoft’s update

Keeping You In The Know

Microsoft officially unveiled its new Operating System, Windows 11, last week.  Below are the key details on this new version of Windows.   What is it?  Windows 11 is the next major release of Windows and contains significant UI changes...

08/06/2020

“Shifts” App in Microsoft Teams enables you to manage shift based working

Modern Workplace

Microsoft Teams has many Apps built into the platform that your organisation can use and adopt. At Unity we are using the app called "Shifts" to manage our working shifts for our own staff as we physically return to our offices over the coming weeks...

18/10/2018

Microsoft business technology news and updates October 2018

Cloud

The world of business technology is ever turning, ever growing, ever evolving. If it’s not your job to keep your finger on the tech pulse it can seem like an impossible task. However, it is our job! So why not let us do the hard work for you and ke...

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