Advanced Identity Governance Deep Dive

English Advanced Identity

In this session, we will explore the Advanced Governance and Compliance capabilities of Microsoft Azure Active Directory along with comprehensive Industry Standards and Use Cases. This session is highly recommended who have Level 200 or 300 experience in Identity Management and looking to go beyond administration and delve more into Identity Governance.


Gaurav Dharasania

Learn | Collaborate | Innovate

Gaurav has nearly 20 years of industry experience and has worked in different roles across various Forbes 500 listed companies. He has spear-headed and driven high-value projects for his Enterprise customers from several business domains including BFSI, Retail, ITES, Manufacturing and Contact Centres mainly located around United Kingdom, Europe and India region. His projects involved delivery of Datacentre Transformation, Modern Workplace and Security based on Microsoft solutions. He has also been a Microsoft Certified Trainer for 10+ years and delivered more than 10,000+ hours of training on traditional and modern technologies such as Microsoft Private and Public Cloud, Microsoft Azure, Azure DevOps, Microsoft 365, Enterprise Mobile Device Management, Microsoft Communication and Collaboration.

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