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Aaron Saikovski is a Microsoft certified technology specialist, consultant, developer, trainer and architect with over 20 years commercial information technology experience. 
He has consulted and worked with an incredibly diverse number of both local and international clients across the banking and financial services, utilities, oil and mining, telecommunications, logistics, construction/property, pharmaceutical, transport/airline and FMCG sectors. 
He has also consulted on a variety of projects to both Federal and State governments in high-profile portfolios such as PM & Cabinet, Defence, Tax, Education, Employment & Workplace Relations and Health.
His core skills are centred on SharePoint technologies primarily focussed on architecture and infrastructure deployments and best practices. He has been involved in some of the largest deployment in the world and is a member of the Global SharePoint Ranger team within Microsoft Corporation and is in constant contact with the SharePoint Customer Advisory Team (SPCAT) as well as the product teams to provide guidance and best practices to the largest and most complex SharePoint deployments globally.

Prior to joining Microsoft in 2008 as a Senior Consultant in their Sydney SharePoint practice, he was the sole Groove MVP in the Asia-Pacific region.
Aaron has an active social media profile. He was the founding member of OzMoss http://www.codify.com/lists/OzMOSS), a very active and prominent online SharePoint community and can be followed on Twitter at @RuskyDuck72

Aaron is currently a member of the Microsoft Global SharePoint Ranger team and is involved in some of the largest and most complex deployments in the world.

Aaron is also a member of the APAC SharePoint Online community and is seen as a thought leader in assisting with customer’s transition to cloud based services, specifically Office365 and SharePoint Online.

Aaron is also an active affiliate member of the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (www.ieee.org)