Nikki Chapple is a Principal Cloud Architect at CloudWay and a dual Microsoft’s Most Valuable Professional (MVP) in Microsoft 365 Apps and Services and Security.
Nikki specialises in Microsoft 365 governance, compliance and adoption, balancing the need for both security and productivity. She is a public speaker who has presented at international conferences such as ESPC, European Collaboration Summit, Experts Live, South Coast Summit and Commsverse as well as user groups.
She is a co-author of the The Microsoft 365 Maturity Model – Governance, Risk, and Compliance Competency and a cohost on the All Things M365 Compliance Podcast.
Nikki has 30 years of experience covering IT and business roles and prides herself on delivering a holistic and risk-based approach to digital transformations.
Nikki holds multiple certifications from Microsoft, including the Certified Enterprise Administrator Expert and is also a TOGAF-qualified Enterprise Architect and PROCSI-qualified Organisational Change Manager.
Her motto is “Microsoft 365 governance and compliance is not a project it is a lifestyle. It needs to be embedded into the organisation’s culture”.
Key areas of expertise
- Microsoft 365 Governance & Compliance
- Microsoft Teams
- Microsoft Viva
Social media profiles
Sessionize speaker profile: https://sessionize.com/nikkichapple/
All Things M365 Compliance Podcast All Things M365 Compliance – YouTube
Nikki holds multiple certifications from Microsoft, including the Certified Enterprise Administrator Expert, Teams Administrator and Security Administrator and is also a TOGAF-qualified Enterprise Architect and PROCSI-qualified Organisational Change Manager.
The goal of my blog is to provide helpful insights and tips on Microsoft 365 and Teams governance and compliance. Please note that all opinions shared in my posts are my own and not those of my employer.
The information provided in the posts is accurate at the time of publication. However, Microsoft 365 is constantly evolving. To ensure that you have the most current information, please refer to the official Microsoft documentation.