Nikki Chapple is a Principal Cloud Architect at CloudWay and Microsoft’s Most Valuable Professional (MVP) in Office Apps and Services.
Nikki specialises in Microsoft 365 governance, compliance and adoption; balancing the need for both security and productivity. She is a regular speaker who has presented at conferences such as ESPC, South Coast Summit, Commsverse 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 and is a cohost on the All things M365 Compliance Podcast.
Nikki has 30 years’ of 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
- Power Automate automation
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 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.