Analyzing the Office Servers and Services MVP community 2017

The MVP program (Microsoft Most Valuable Professional) is designed to recognize “technology experts who passionately share their knowledge with the community.” People are always curious about the make-up of the MVP group (including MVPs themselves), so I decided to take a closer look at the section to which I belong.

Information about MVPs is publicly available on the MVP web site. Microsoft lists 505 Office Servers and Services MVPs, which is the group that deals with technologies such as SharePoint, Exchange, and Office 365. Microsoft employs one of those listed and some MVPs wish to be anonymous and do not allow the publication of their personal details on the MVP site. However, I managed to find details for 486 MVPs, or 96.43% of the total adjusted population (504). The figures presented below are based on that data.

The data used omits some MVPs who credibly might be included. For example, Andy Malone’s award is for cloud and datacenter management, yet Andy spends a lot of his time teaching people to use Office 365 effectively. Another example is Brian Desmond, an expert in Active Directory and Identity Management, both of which are essential underpinnings for the Office Servers and Services family.

However, we must have a baseline and that baseline comes from the way Microsoft categorizes MVPs. Here are some data points to consider.

Top Ten Countries

Unsurprisingly, given that it is both Microsoft’s largest and home market, the U.S. tops the list with 108 MVPs with a spill-over into Canada. The U.K. is Microsoft’s second largest and second oldest subsidiary and has always played a strong role in the Office community, so has a large group. The same is true for Australia, which was a strong participant in early Exchange and SharePoint deployments.

  1. United States: 108
  2. Canada: 46
  3. United Kingdom: 25
  4. Australia: 23
  5. Japan: 20
  6. China: 18
  7. Germany: 16
  8. France: 15
  9. Italy: 13
  10. India/Korea: 12

The number for China is likely higher by 5-6 as experience indicates that many of the anonymous MVPs are based in China.

In other figures, we see that Sri Lanka (8) has more MVPs than mature European markets like Belgium and Spain (both 7) or Norway (5). Given the relative market sizes and the fact that Microsoft has Office 365 datacenters in India, it also seems strange that Sri Lanka is so close to the count of Indian MVPs (13).

Sometimes it happens that a Microsoft MVP local lead is successful in recruiting several MVPs over a short period to swell the representation of a country. Given that four of the eight Sri Lankan MVPs have just one or two awards, this might be the case here. Another sign of recent activity is that the Sri Lankan MVPs have an average tenure of 3.38 years while Swedish MVPs (9) have an average tenure of 6.56 years.

Some recent discussions in the MVP Facebook group considered the issue of how many MVPs are female, spurred on by a very interesting article that explained how to use the Microsoft Cognitive API to analyze the sex and age of people based on their photos. In this instance, MVP Jamie Dixon examined the make-up of the U.S.-based MVPs, again using publicly-available data from the MVP web site. That analysis established that 12% of the U.S. MVP community is female.

The Office 365 MVP data indicates that 41 or 8.44% is female (it is sometimes hard to know, even with photos). I do not believe that including the anonymous MVPs into this analysis will change matters in any significant way. As I noted in the Facebook group, this is in line with my experience of managing large technical communities, where the number of female employees ranged from 13% to 6% depending on the grade. I suspect that the amount of contribution required from an individual before they get through the MVP nomination process tends to favor more senior individuals. In this light, the 8.44% result is understandable but “could do better”.

The Focus Areas

Each MVP focuses on a certain area of technology. It’s quite difficult to decide the technology areas in which some MVPs specialize, so some inspired guesswork and data retrieved from MVP profiles (from the MVP site and LinkedIn) plus individual blogs contributed to the distribution.

Office 365 includes both MVPs who specialize in more than a single workload (i.e. they do not focus on Exchange Online, SharePoint Online, Skype for Business, or Yammer) and MVPs where insufficient evidence exists to put them into one of the other categories. It could be that this group is smaller (perhaps around 70) and that the other categories need to be adjusted upwards. For now, here’s my best guess:

  • SharePoint: 234
  • Office 365: 118
  • Exchange: 66
  • Skype: 60
  • Yammer: 8

The size of an individual grouping changes over time. For example, two years ago, there were 103 Exchange MVPs, now there are 66. The change marks the transition of work from on-premises Exchange to Office 365 and the attendant refocusing of individuals on that transition.

What can be surprising is the clustering of people within a specialty inside one country. The best example of this is Canada, where 28 of the 46 MVPs (54%) focus on SharePoint. The U.S. has a slightly higher percentage of SharePoint MVPs (58% – 63 from 108), so the percentage isn’t the surprise. It’s rather that Canada boasts 11.97% of the total worldwide SharePoint MVP population. France, for instance, has a substantially higher GDP than Canada, yet has only 7 SharePoint MVPs. Although you cannot translate a country’s GDP into any indication of how much SharePoint work goes on, it’s reasonable to assume that the higher the economic activity, the more technology is consumed. But it’s just one way of looking at a piece of data.

Another surprise is that the United States has only 20 Exchange MVPs. Although this is nearly a third of the worldwide population, the Exchange has always been a strong player in the U.S. market, yet there are relatively few MVPs supporting the activity. On the upside, the Exchange MVP community is very experienced, hence the name “Exchange grumpies” attributed to a certain set of these MVPs.

All of this proves that different reasons underpin why MVP populations exist in certain locations and disciplines. In the case of Canada, it’s likely that a strong local SharePoint community and encouragement from the Microsoft Canada subsidiary contributed to the growth in MVPs. It’s an experienced bunch too (15 of the 26 have five or more years in the program), which usually helps in terms of leadership. The people factor in terms of mentoring others and finding and then proposing suitable candidates to become MVPs cannot be discounted either.

Number of Awards

MVPs receive awards on an annual basis. Microsoft renews MVP status after a review by the local MVP program manager and the sponsoring product group. MVPs learn of their renewal through email, the arrival of which is often fraught with anticipation. The decision to renew is based on an individual’s participation in the MVP program and their contribution to the Microsoft technical community.

Measurement of contribution is an interesting debate. Some MVPs contribute by answering user questions in technical forums like the Microsoft Tech Community (Vasil Michev and Juan Carlos González Martin are notably proactive here). Others prefer to speak at conferences like Microsoft Ignite, others are prolific writers, while others serve as the leaders of country or regional-level user groups. In all cases, it is not the actual form of contribution that is important. Rather, it is the impact of that contribution, something that is not always obvious or easy to measure.

Here is a list of the most experienced MVPs based on the number of awards each has received. The achievement of Ed Crowley to be an Exchange MVP for essentially the entire lifetime of the Exchange product is extraordinary. Ed is well known for his catchphrase “There are seldom good technological solutions to behavioral problems.”

Michael Greth has been an MVP for 19 years, but as SharePoint first shipped in 2001, he has not received awards in the same discipline for all those years.

  • Ed Crowley (Exchange): 20
  • Michael Greth (SharePoint): 19
  • Frank Carius (Exchange): 16
  • Thierry Deman (Exchange): 16
  • Andy David (Exchange): 14
  • Fabrice Romelard (SharePoint): 14
  • Glen Scales (Exchange): 14
  • Heejin Lee (Office 365): 14
  • John Timney (Office 365): 14
  • Norbert Fehlauer (Exchange): 14
  • Paul Robichaux (Exchange): 14
  • Robert L. Bogue (SharePoint): 14
  • Spencer J. Harbar (SharePoint): 14
  • Tony Redmond (Exchange): 14

The median number of awards across the 486 MVPs is five. In one way, you might consider five years to be how long someone might expect to still be in the program, if they continue to contribute at the required level. However, that assumption is invalid when awards track achievement in different areas of technology. For example, Microsoft acquired Yammer in 2012, so MVPs who work with Yammer have less time in the program than those who work with Exchange or SharePoint.

Fifty-four (11.1%) of the MVPs are now in their first award cycle, 28 of which are SharePoint MVPs. Introducing new people to the program at the rate of over 10% is a reasonable refresh and reflects the normal turnover that you might see in any population working with technology.

It’s important to say that the MVP community does not always gain people. Some also leave, perhaps because they are no longer working in an area of technology that’s important to Microsoft or because they no longer have the time available to make the expected contribution.

The MVP community flexes and changes to reflect what’s happening in the real world, which means that Microsoft is always looking for great candidates to join. You can nominate yourself or someone else online. Before you do, read this piece by MVP Melanie Hohertz and make sure that you really want what you will take on!

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List of Office Servers and Services MVPs as at 1-Jan-2017

Here is the data I used for the analysis.

Name Country Focus Awards
Adam Gent United Kingdom Skype 6
Adam Jacobs United States Skype 7
Adam Levithan United States SharePoint 1
Adis Jugo Bosnia-Herzegovina SharePoint 6
Adnan Amin Pakistan SharePoint 2
Adnan Rafique United States Exchange 1
Agnes Molnar Hungary SharePoint 9
Ai Hirano (Yamasaki) Japan SharePoint 13
Ajay Kakkar India Skype 2
Akira Sakuma Japan Office 365 3
Akira Yamamoto Japan Skype 10
Alan Byrne United Kingdom Office 365 1
Alan Marshall New Zealand SharePoint 4
Alan Richards United Kingdom Office 365 6
Albert-Jan Schot Netherlands SharePoint 3
Alessandro Appiani Italy Skype 2
Alessandro Vannini Italy Office 365 4
Alex Lewis United States Skype 3
Alex Pearce United Kingdom SharePoint 9
Alexander Zhuravlev Russia Office 365 1
Alexey Sadomov Russia SharePoint 6
Alexis Conia France Skype 5
Alistair Pugin South Africa SharePoint 2
Amit Vasu Canada SharePoint 3
Amy Cane Dolzine United States Yammer 2
Anders Dissing Denmark SharePoint 4
Anderson Patricio Canada Exchange 12
Andre Vala Portugal SharePoint 2
Andres Felipe Rojas Parra Colombia SharePoint 5
Andrew Connell United States SharePoint 12
Andrew Higginbotham United States Exchange 3
Andrew Morpeth New Zealand Skype 3
Andrew Price United Kingdom Skype 2
Andy David United States Exchange 14
Andy Dawson United Kingdom SharePoint 2
Anthony Costeseque France SharePoint 5
Antonio Maio Italy SharePoint 5
Asami Kuniyoshi Japan Office 365 1
Ashutosh Singh India SharePoint 6
Asif Rehmani United States SharePoint 10
Atsuo Yamasaki Japan SharePoint 7
Ayako Uruno Japan SharePoint 2
Aye Myat Moe Japan Skype 3
Ayman Mohammed El-Hattab UAE SharePoint 7
Balu Ilag United States Skype 5
Becky Benishek United States Yammer 2
Becky Bertram United States SharePoint 8
Ben Curry United States SharePoint 10
Ben Robb United Kingdom SharePoint 10
Benjamin Niaulin Canada SharePoint 4
Benoit Hamet Australia Exchange 10
Benoît Jester France SharePoint 4
Bhargav Shukla United States Exchange 4
Bijaya Kumar Sahoo India SharePoint 3
Bin Wang China SharePoint 2
Bjoern H Rapp Norway SharePoint 4
Bob German United States SharePoint 1
Brennon Kwok Singapore Skype 5
Brian Alderman United States SharePoint 1
Brian Nøhr Denmark Office 365 4
Brian R Ricks United States Skype 11
Brian Reid United Kingdom Exchange 4
Bruce Jourdain de Coutance France Exchange 4
Bryan Marks Canada Office 365 1
Carlos Citrangulo Brazil SharePoint 3
Cathy Dew United States SharePoint 5
Cedric Perion Canada Office 365 1
Chad McGreanor United States Skype 3
Charles Anthony Caragol United States Skype 3
Chris Givens United States SharePoint 4
Chris Goosen United States Exchange 3
Christian Buckley United States SharePoint 6
Christian Glessner Germany SharePoint 7
Christophe Boucetta Canada Skype 5
Chuantao Duan China SharePoint 3
Claudio Brotto Italy SharePoint 9
Clint Boessen Australia Exchange 7
Colin Phillips Australia SharePoint 4
Corey Roth United States SharePoint 7
Curtis Johnstone Canada Skype 7
Dae Seon Lee Korea Office 365 2
Damian Scoles United States Exchange 4
Dan Usher United States SharePoint 3
Daniel Glenn United States SharePoint 1
Daniel Wessels Germany SharePoint 13
Danny Burlage Netherlands Office 365 6
D’arce Hess United States Office 365 1
Darko Milevski Macedonia F.Y.R.O SharePoint 6
Darrell C Webster New Zealand Office 365 4
Darwin Castro Spain Skype 1
Dave Stork Netherlands Exchange 3
David Amenda Brazil SharePoint 2
David Drever Canada SharePoint 1
David M Feldman United States SharePoint 1
David Mann United States SharePoint 10
David Petree United States Office 365 3
David Schneider Switzerland SharePoint 2
Davide Minieri Italy Office 365 1
Dejan Foro Switzerland Exchange 12
Desmond Lee Switzerland Skype 8
Devendra Velegandla India SharePoint 4
Dileepa Kariyawasam Sri Lanka Office 365 1
Dino Caputo Canada Skype 3
Dinusha Kumarasiri Sri Lanka SharePoint 3
Diogo Dias Heringer Brazil Office 365 3
Dmitri Plotnikov Russia SharePoint 6
Dokyun Kim Korea Office 365 5
Đồng Phương Nam Vietnam Office 365 4
Dongjie Wu China Skype 2
Doug Hemminger United States SharePoint 3
Doug Ware United States SharePoint 6
Dragan Panjkov Bosnia-Herzegovina SharePoint 3
Drew Madelung United States Office 365 1
Dustin Hannifin United States Skype 10
Dux Raymond Sy United States SharePoint 7
Ed Crowley United States Exchange 20
Ed Musters Canada SharePoint 12
Edin Kapić Spain SharePoint 4
Elaine van Bergen Australia SharePoint 7
Eli Z. Robillard Canada SharePoint 12
Elio Struyf Belgium SharePoint 2
Emre Aydin Turkey Office 365 10
Enrique Alberto Rhenals Bárcenas Colombia SharePoint 2
Erdem Avni Avni SELÇUK Turkey SharePoint 2
Eric Alan Shupps United States SharePoint 10
Eric Overfield United States SharePoint 2
Eric Riz Canada SharePoint 4
Erwin van Hunen Sweden SharePoint 3
Etienne Bailly France Office 365 1
Etienne Legendre France SharePoint 8
Eudes Olivier Robert France Skype 6
Eunjoo Lee Korea Office 365 4
EunJung Kwon Korea Office 365 7
Ezgi Can Turkey Office 365 2
Fabian G Williams United States SharePoint 3
Fabian Imaz Uruguay SharePoint 8
Fabio Franzini Italy SharePoint 4
Fabrice Romelard Italy SharePoint 14
Fabrizio Volpe United Kingdom Skype 7
Fernando Andreazi Brazil Office 365 6
Fernando Chiquiza Ramos Colombia SharePoint 2
Frank Carius Germany Exchange 16
Gareth Gudger United States Exchange 2
Gary Steere United States Exchange 2
Gavin Barron United States SharePoint 5
Genki Watanabe Japan Office 365 5
Geoff Evelyn United Kingdom SharePoint 6
Georg Thomas Australia Office 365 3
George Andritsos Greece Exchange 7
Geovany Acevedo Mexico Exchange 3
Gilles Pommier France SharePoint 4
Giuseppe Marchi Italy SharePoint 7
Glen Scales Australia Exchange 14
Gokan Ozcifci Belgium SharePoint 4
Greg Thomas Canada Skype 3
Greig Sheridan Australia Skype 4
Guillaume Meyer France SharePoint 5
Guomao Ding China Exchange 10
Gustavo Adolfo Velez Duque Spain SharePoint 9
Haaron Gonzalez United States SharePoint 12
Habib Mankal Canada Office 365 2
Hakan Uzuner Turkey Office 365 9
Haniel Croitoru Canada SharePoint 1
Hans Brender Germany Office 365 5
Hasan Köroğlu Turkey SharePoint 1
Haylee Fox Australia Office 365 2
Heber Lopes Brazil SharePoint 4
HeeJin Lee Korea Office 365 14
Hilton Giesenow South Africa SharePoint 11
Hirofumi Ota Japan SharePoint 4
Hotaka Amemiya Japan Office 365 2
Hrvoje Kusulja Croatia Office 365 2
HyungJin An Korea Office 365 10
Hyunjung Ko Korea Office 365 1
Iain Smith United Kingdom Skype 3
Ibrahim Benna Canada Exchange 8
Igor Macori Italy SharePoint 10
Igor Malyshev Russia Office 365 4
Ilya Sazonov Russia Exchange 10
Ingo Gegenwarth Germany Exchange 2
Isha Kapoor Canada SharePoint 5
J. Peter Bruzzese United States Office 365 7
Jaap Wesselius Netherlands Exchange 10
Jake Dan Attis United States SharePoint 10
James Cussen Australia Skype 3
James Milne Australia SharePoint 8
James Ooi Shyh Wei Malaysia Skype 5
Jamie McAllister Switzerland SharePoint 5
Jammy Lo Taiwan Office 365 8
Jan Vanek Czech Republic Office 365 3
Jared Matfess United States SharePoint 1
Jason Himmelstein United States SharePoint 4
Jason Kaczor Canada SharePoint 6
Jason Sherry United States Exchange 11
Jason Warren Canada SharePoint 4
Jasper Oosterveld Netherlands SharePoint 3
Jean-Philippe Breton Canada Skype 7
Jeff Guillet United States Exchange 8
Jeff Schertz United States Skype 9
Jeff Willinger United States SharePoint 1
Jennifer Ann Mason United States SharePoint 6
Jeremy Dahl Canada Office 365 4
Jevgenijus Vinochodovas Lithuania Office 365 5
Jianyu Yang China SharePoint 3
Jinfeng Liu China Office 365 5
Johan Dahlbom Sweden Office 365 2
Johan Delimon Belgium Skype 9
John D. Ross United States SharePoint 8
John Liu Australia SharePoint 4
John Naguib Egypt SharePoint 1
John P White Canada SharePoint 7
John Timney United Kingdom Office 365 14
John Weber United States Skype 7
Jonathan McKinney United States Skype 4
Jorge Castañeda Peru Office 365 4
Juan Andrés Valenzuela Chile SharePoint 9
Juan Carlos González Martin Spain SharePoint 9
Juan Manuel Herrera Guatemala SharePoint 9
Juan Pablo Pussacq Laborde Argentina SharePoint 6
Jude Perera Sri Lanka Office 365 2
Julian Bee New Zealand Office 365 3
Julien Chable Korea SharePoint 10
Junzhe Liu China Office 365 1
Jussi Roine Finland SharePoint 3
Justin Alexander Harris United States Exchange 3
Justin Liu China SharePoint 3
Justin Morris Australia Skype 5
Kamil Baczyk Poland Office 365 3
Kamil Jurik Czech Republic SharePoint 11
Kanwal Khipple Canada SharePoint 8
Kaviya Balasubramanian India SharePoint 1
Kazuaki Tauchi Japan Office 365 2
Keith Tuom Canada SharePoint 4
Kelsey Epps Canada Office 365 4
Ken Lasko Canada Skype 6
Kevin Crossman United States Yammer 2
Kevin Trelohan France SharePoint 5
Kim Jong Oh Korea Office 365 2
Kingson Jebaraj UAE Office 365 2
Knut Relbe-Moe Norway SharePoint 3
Konrad Sagala Poland Exchange 10
Kris Wagner United States SharePoint 7
Kumton Suttiraksiri Thailand Office 365 1
Lakshmanan Sethu United States SharePoint 2
Lasse Nordvik Wedø Norway Office 365 2
Lasse Pettersson Sweden Exchange 11
Laura Derbes Rogers United States SharePoint 6
Laurent Miltgen-Delinchamp France Office 365 10
Laurent Teruin France Skype 10
Lee Benjamin United States Exchange 12
Liam Cleary United States SharePoint 10
Liang Tang China Office 365 3
Liang Zhang China Office 365 2
Like Liu China Office 365 7
Lonya French United States Yammer 2
Loryan Strant Australia Office 365 6
Luca Vitali Italy Skype 1
Luis Esteban Valencia Muñoz Colombia SharePoint 1
Lusheng Cheng China Office 365 11
Maarten Eekels Netherlands SharePoint 1
Magnus Bjork Sweden Exchange 8
Mahmoud Magdy Soliman Egypt Exchange 7
Malin De Silva Sri Lanka SharePoint 1
Manoj Viduranga Karunarathne Brunei SharePoint 1
Manpreet Singh Argentina Office 365 1
Marc D Anderson United States SharePoint 7
Margriet Bruggeman Netherlands SharePoint 4
Mari Miyakawa Japan Office 365 2
Marianne van Wanrooij Netherlands SharePoint 7
Mario Cortes Flores Spain SharePoint 6
Marius Constantinescu Switzerland SharePoint 4
Mark Rackley United States SharePoint 2
Mark Stokes United Kingdom SharePoint 3
Mark Vale United Kingdom Skype 1
Martin Lidholm Sweden Skype 8
Martina Grom Austria Office 365 7
Martina Miskovic Sweden Exchange 4
Masaki Nishioka Japan SharePoint 5
Masayuki Mokudai Japan Office 365 4
Matt Landis United States Skype 6
Matthew McDermott United States SharePoint 11
Matthias Einig Germany SharePoint 4
Mauricio Cassemiro Brazil Office 365 4
Maxim Efremov Russia Office 365 8
Melanie Hohertz United States Yammer 2
Melick Rajee Baranasooriya Sri Lanka SharePoint 4
Michael B. Smith United States Exchange 13
Michael Blumenthal United States SharePoint 2
Michael Greenlee Canada Skype 5
Michael Greth Germany SharePoint 19
Michael Kirst-Neshva Germany Office 365 5
Michael LaMontagne Canada Skype 4
Michael Noel United States SharePoint 10
Michael Van Horenbeeck Belgium Exchange 5
Michael Washington United States SharePoint 10
Michal Pisarek Canada SharePoint 6
Michel de Rooij Netherlands Exchange 4
Michelle Caldwell United States SharePoint 3
Miguel Tabera Spain SharePoint 4
Mikael Svenson Norway SharePoint 6
Mike Crowley United States Exchange 7
Mike Maadarani Canada SharePoint 3
Mike Smith United States SharePoint 7
Minae Jung Korea Office 365 2
Mohamed Ahmed Abdul-Haleem Kuwait Skype 11
Mohamed Derhalli Canada SharePoint 2
Mohammed A. Saleh Jordan SharePoint 9
Muditha Jayath Chathuranga Sri Lanka Office 365 1
N Vinodh India SharePoint 1
Naoki Osada Japan Office 365 10
Naomi Moneypenny United States SharePoint 3
Narasima Perumal Chandramoha India SharePoint 1
Nathan O’Bryan United States Exchange 3
Nati Papirovitch Israel Office 365 1
Nguyen Hoang Nhut Vietnam SharePoint 4
Nicki Borell Germany SharePoint 4
Nicolas Blank South Africa Exchange 10
Nicolas Georgeault Canada SharePoint 8
Nitin Sadashiv Paranjape India Office 365 12
Noorez Khamis Canada SharePoint 6
Norbert Fehlauer Germany Exchange 14
Norbert Klenner Germany Exchange 11
Nuno Árias Silva Portugal Office 365 3
Nuno Mota Portugal Exchange 5
Oleg Krylov Russia Exchange 8
Oliver Moazzezi United Kingdom Exchange 10
Oliver Wirkus Canada SharePoint 1
Omar Kudovic Bosnia-Herzegovina Skype 4
Orin Thomas Australia Office 365 10
Oz Casey Dedeal United States Exchange 8
Paolo Pialorsi Italy SharePoint 3
Pat Richard United States Skype 11
Patrick Guimonet France SharePoint 7
Patrick Lamber Italy SharePoint 4
Paul Bloem New Zealand Skype 3
Paul Cunningham Australia Exchange 5
Paul Hunt United Kingdom SharePoint 2
Paul Olenick United States SharePoint 5
Paul Papanek Stork United States SharePoint 9
Paul Robichaux United States Exchange 14
Paul Schaeflein United States SharePoint 6
Paul Woods Australia Office 365 8
Pavel Nagaev Russia Exchange 11
Penelope Coventry United Kingdom SharePoint 10
Peter Belko Slovakia Office 365 11
Peter Carson Canada SharePoint 6
Peter Frank Diaz Rosales Spain Skype 5
Peter Holpar Hungary SharePoint 6
Peter Schmidt Denmark Exchange 9
Phuoc Hong Pham Vietnam Office 365 10
Poo Ching Loong Malaysia Exchange 9
Pradeep Kavinda Kotuwegedara Sri Lanka Office 365 8
Qiangsheng Yang China Skype 2
Radhakrishnan Govindan India Office 365 2
Radi Atanassov Bulgaria SharePoint 6
Randy Drisgill United States SharePoint 9
Randy Wintle United States Skype 7
Raphael Koellner Germany Office 365 4
Ratish Nair United States Exchange 7
Ravikumar Sathyamurthy India Office 365 3
Remco Ploeg Netherlands Office 365 2
Rene Dominik Modery Singapore SharePoint 5
Reza Alirezaei Canada SharePoint 10
Riaz Javed Butt Pakistan Exchange 1
Ricardo Jose Munoz Chile SharePoint 9
Richard Harbridge Canada Office 365 2
Richard J Brynteson United States Skype 4
Rie Okuda Japan Office 365 9
Riwut Libinuko Singapore SharePoint 9
Rob Foster United States SharePoint 10
Robert D. Crane Australia Office 365 6
Robert Dick Canada Office 365 3
Robert L. Bogue United States SharePoint 14
Robert Voncina Slovenia SharePoint 5
Robert Wille Germany Office 365 7
Roberto Ferazzi Italy Office 365 3
Rodolfo Castro Mexico Skype 3
Rodrigo Pinto Portugal SharePoint 6
Rodrigo Romano Brazil SharePoint 3
Roger Haueter Switzerland SharePoint 4
Romeo Donca Romania SharePoint 4
Russ Kaufmann United States Exchange 11
Ruven Gotz United States SharePoint 7
Ryosuke Kimura Japan Office 365 3
Sahil Malik United States Office 365 12
Samantha Villarreal Mexico Office 365 2
Samuel Levesque Canada SharePoint 1
Samuel Zuercher Switzerland SharePoint 6
Sangha Baek United States SharePoint 7
Sara Barbosa Brazil SharePoint 6
Saso Erdeljanov Slovenia Office 365 9
Satheshwaran Manoharan UAE Exchange 4
Sathish Nadarajan India SharePoint 1
Sathish Veerapandian UAE Exchange 3
Sean Patrick McDonough United States SharePoint 1
Sean Wallbridge Canada SharePoint 8
Seiji Noro Japan Office 365 4
Seokhee Han Korea SharePoint 5
Serge Luca Belgium SharePoint 9
Serge Tremblay Canada SharePoint 9
Sergii A Bielskyi Ukraine SharePoint 3
Serkan Varoglu Turkey Exchange 5
Seung-Jin Kim Korea SharePoint 5
Sezai Komur Australia SharePoint 6
Shai Petel Canada SharePoint 6
Shane Hoey Australia Skype 7
Shane Young United States SharePoint 12
Shuguang Tu China SharePoint 9
Siegfried Jagott Germany Exchange 5
Simon Butler United Kingdom Exchange 12
Simon Denton United Kingdom Yammer 1
Simon Terry Australia Yammer 2
Sohel Rana Australia SharePoint 5
Sonja Madsen Denmark SharePoint 4
Spencer J Harbar United Kingdom SharePoint 14
Srdjan Stevic Serbia Office 365 2
Stacy Strole United States SharePoint 1
Ståle Hansen Norway Skype 6
Stanislav Buldakov Russia Exchange 6
Stéphane Eyskens Belgium Office 365 9
Stephanie Donahue United States SharePoint 1
Steve Curran United States SharePoint 8
Steve Goodman United Kingdom Office 365 5
Steve Knutson New Zealand SharePoint 1
Steve Smith United Kingdom SharePoint 11
Steven van Houttum Netherlands Skype 12
Susan Hanley United States SharePoint 3
Susitha Prabath Fonseka Sri Lanka SharePoint 7
Thamara Thilanka Sibera Wijesinghe Australia Skype 3
Thierry Buisson France Office 365 1
Thierry Deman France Exchange 16
Thomas Poett Germany Skype 5
Thomas Vochten Belgium SharePoint 4
Thorsten Hans Germany SharePoint 6
Thuan Nguyen Vietnam SharePoint 6
Tiago Costa Portugal SharePoint 1
Tobias Zimmergren Sweden SharePoint 9
Todd Klindt United States SharePoint 11
Todd S Baginski United States SharePoint 11
Tom Arbuthnot United Kingdom Skype 6
Tom Kretzmer United States Yammer 2
Tom Morgan United Kingdom Skype 2
Tomislav Bronzin Croatia SharePoint 13
Tomislav Lulic Croatia Office 365 1
Tommy Clarke Sweden Office 365 7
Toni Frankola Croatia SharePoint 7
Tony Redmond Ireland Office 365 14
Tracy Van der Schyff South Africa SharePoint 1
Trevor Seward United States SharePoint 5
Tung Pham Vietnam Office 365 3
Ty Anderson United States SharePoint 8
Usama Wahab Khan UAE SharePoint 4
Vadim Gremyachev Finaldn Office 365 1
Valy Greavu Romania Office 365 9
Vasil Michev Bulgaria Office 365 3
Venkata Ramesh Raju India Skype 3
Veronique Palmer South Africa SharePoint 7
Victor Meirans Latvia Office 365 3
Vijai Anand Ramalingam United States SharePoint 5
Vincent Biret Canada SharePoint 3
Vincent Choy Malaysia Office 365 3
Vitaly Vedenev Russia Office 365 2
Vlad Catrinescu Canada SharePoint 4
Vladimir Medina Mexico SharePoint 1
Vladimir Meloski Macedonia F.Y.R.O Exchange 9
Waqas Sarwar United States SharePoint 1
Wellington Agápto Brazil Exchange 2
WenXing Liao China Office 365 5
Wes Preston United States SharePoint 9
Wesley Hackett United Kingdom SharePoint 4
Wictor Wilen Sweden SharePoint 7
Will Szymkowski Canada Exchange 3
Xing Wang China SharePoint 2
Yaniv Totiashvili Russia Exchange 5
Yaroslav Pentsarskyy Canada SharePoint 8
Yasir Attiq Saudi Arabia SharePoint 7
Yoan Topenot Switzerland SharePoint 3
Yong Yu China Office 365 12
Yoni Kirsh Australia Office 365 5
Yoshikazu Kobayashi Japan Office 365 10
Yosuke Adachi Japan SharePoint 3
Yvette Watson Philippines Office 365 2
Zeljka Knezovic Croatia Office 365 8
Zhangyi Li China Office 365 4
Ziyang Triston Wan Singapore Exchange 8
Zoltan Zombory Hungary Office 365 7



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