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Robert Mulsow is AvePoint’s newest Microsoft Best Professional (MVP), an award and designation earned by independent community leaders who share their passion, technical expertise, and real-world understanding of Microsoft products with other people.











Within this blog publish Q&ampA, Robert shares his undertake what it really means to become a Microsoft MVP:

  • First, let’s find out more about you. How lengthy have you ever labored at AvePoint?

A: I’ve labored at AvePoint for 4.five years. When i first became a member of our DACH, Benelux, Nordics office as Technical Solution Professional. Today, I’m the V . P . of Technical Solutions Professionals in EMEA.

  • How lengthy have you ever labored in tech?

A: 11.five years. I’ve labored at Microsoft like a premier field engineer and acquired a niche in SharePoint infrastructure and related technologies, like SQL, Home windows Server and Active Directory. I additionally grew to become a Microsoft Certified Solutions Affiliate (MCSA) for Office 365. Within my career, I’ve labored on projects like backup &amp disaster recovery strategies, migrations, and gratifaction and storage optimization for many large customers in EMEA.

  • Inform us much more about your Microsoft MVP award and designation.

A: I’m a workplace Servers and Services MVP. The award makes me proud, obviously. MVPs possess a high status, simply because they constantly generate a huge added value towards the community and just help others to success and get more. Becoming an official person in this select few of very gifted technical Ninjas is just awesome.

  • Why have you pursue the MVP designation?

A: For me, it’s in each and every MVPs DNA to talk about his/her understanding which help others to attain more. Our “bread and butter” may be the “thank you” or even the person’s smiling face after discussing and solving his/her problem. Nonetheless, the MVP award lifts you one stage further of status, which provides the “extra butter” or even the official “THANK YOU” in big letters from Microsoft. This drove me to go that step further to get an MVP.

  • What is your opinion the designation way to AvePoint customers?

A: It’s challenging become an MVP. You have to prove your technical expertise on the lengthy term and also deliver valuable information. Customers know this fact and for that reason MVPs as well as their understanding are highly appreciated in projects. Hence, the rely upon an MVPs opinion or recommended option would be simply greater.

  • How can this recognition reflect inside your work on AvePoint?

A: The MVP award provides me with yet another visibility. Much more colleagues see me because the go-to person for his or her questions. On my small road to MVP, I acquired lots of understanding and I’m more than pleased to talk about this with my colleagues and buddies at AvePoint. In addition, In my opinion not just my MVP title, but the other MVPs and RDs within this company, help to produce a greater rely upon AvePoint’s public mission statement to assist customers succeed and make in addition to deliver additional value.


Robert Mulsow is VP of Teaspoon EMEA at AvePoint and Microsoft P-Teaspoon. According to his encounters as Premier Field Engineer at Microsoft, he’s a specialist for SharePoint Infrastructure and it is regarding technologies like SQL, Home windows Server and Active Directory. Like a Microsoft MVP and licensed Trainer for Office Servers and Services, he’s also knowledge of the fields of Talking to, Deployment, and Troubleshooting. Within the time also, he certified as MCSA for Office 365 and already supported various large customers in a number of projects like Backup &amp Disaster Recovery Strategies, Migrations, Performance and Storage Optimization in EMEA.