About Me

Nikki Chapple is a Principal Cloud Architect at CloudWay and specialises in Microsoft 365 governance, compliance and adoption. She is an Office Apps and Services MVP and a regular speaker who has presented at conferences such as South Coast Summit, Teams Day Online and M365 Chicago as well as user groups.

She was one of the co-authors of The Microsoft 365 Maturity Model – Governance, Risk, and Compliance Competency, is on the organizing committee for Teams 10X and is also an advocate for women in technology.

Nikki has 30 years’ experience covering both 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 culture of the organization”.

Key areas of expertise

  • Microsoft 365
  • Microsoft Teams
  • Governance & Compliance
  • Adoption
  • Power Automate automation

Social media profiles

LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/nikkichapple/

Twitter: https://twitter.com/chapplenikki

Sessionize speaker profile: https://sessionize.com/nikkichapple/

Certifications

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.

Blog purpose

The purpose of this Blog https://nikkichapple.com/ is to share best practice and top tips on Microsoft 365 and Teams governance & compliance. All my posts are based upon my personal options and not of my employer.

The posts are accurate at time of publication. However Microsoft 365 & Teams is changing at a rapid pace. Therefore please check with the official Microsoft documentation to make sure the information is up to date.