Alexander Holmeset is Senior Cloud Consultant at CloudWay and an MVP on Office Apps and Services. He currently blogs at alexholmeset.blog and also have contributed on the PowerShell Conference Book Volume 2. He is very passionate about unified communication and automation. He has an extensive background from customer care and have an eye for understanding what the end user needs. Experienced with international spread videoconference systems, IP Telephony, end user training/support and advanced troubleshooting.
Alexander´s focus is everything Teams, Skype for Business, Office 365, Graph API and automation with PowerShell. He will strive to deliver stable and user-friendly solutions that meets customer requirements and help them start taking use of the advantages in Office 365.
His motto is: If you are going to do something more than once, then automate it.
Webinarat OnlineMay 24 @ 09:00 - 10:00 CEST
Join our MVP, Alexander Holmeset as he shares how you can get started with ChatGPT hosted in your own Azure environment. He has been looking in to wha...
Comms vNextat Renaissance Denver Central Park Hotel, 3801 Quebec St, Denver COApril 25 - April 26
Comms vNext is an independent, Community-led event, created and fashioned with the Community in mind. Comms vNext focuses on the Microsoft Teams ecosy...
M365 ReVivalat Microsoft NorgeFebruary 16
Learn the best ways of using M365 in Human Resource communication and how Information Technology can be on top of things with best practices.
Free up a room in a meeting series if it’s not...by Alexander Holmeset (A blog about automation and technologies in the cloud) on 27/05/2023 at 21:42
Probably many people book a meeting series and invite a meeting room to that series. What happen the days people decide that today we can take the meeting over Teams, and won’t need to be in the meeting room today? People usually forget to cancel/free up the room. We end up with many rooms being […]
Monitor and reset to the original Sensitivity...by Alexander Holmeset (A blog about automation and technologies in the cloud) on 14/03/2023 at 21:40
For a couple of years now, I have struggled to find a secure way to set sensitivity labels on M365 Groups/teams and SharePoint sites. Yes, I know you can set it with Microsoft Graph, but that’s with Delegated rights. I want to be able to set this fully automatically as a background automation […]
Use Azure OpenAI to filter support requests based...by Alexander Holmeset (A blog about automation and technologies in the cloud) on 06/03/2023 at 06:56
I asked myself, can Azure OpenAI understand the tone of the text I am inputting? Turns out it can! Here is an example of the inputs I tested out. It can differentiate between for example if the text is neutral, positive, or negative. What can we do with this? As a proof of concept I … Continue […]