Director of Product Marketing
Dan leads product marketing for SharePoint, Yammer and Microsoft Stream. He brings a customer-centric perspective from a 20-year career as a consultant for Fortune 500 organizations, during which time he served as the Microsoft Technologies Consultant for NBC for the broadcast of the Olympics in Rio, Sochi, London, Vancouver, Beijing and Torino. Dan is a native of Colorado and graduate of Yale and Thunderbird. Learn more about Dan at http://danholme.com.
With a career spanning more than 20 years, Dan Holme, a native of Colorado and graduate of Yale, earned a reputation as one of the world’s most respected consultants, authors, thought leaders, and experts on Microsoft technologies. In April of 2016, Dan joined Microsoft as the Director of Product Marketing.
Dan is thrilled to be part of the brilliant and talented team committed to the future of SharePoint, Yammer and Microsoft Stream, which power collaboration and communication for organizations.
Prior to joining Microsoft, Dan was the co-founder of IT Unity, a media, events, and digital marketing company serving the Office 365 and SharePoint communities worldwide. As CEO, Dan helped to build IT Unity’s strong brand, customer base, and reputation among users, partners, and experts around the globe.
Dan has trained and guided hundreds of thousands of IT professionals, executives, and users at almost every Fortune 100 enterprise, and more than half of the Fortune 500 and Global 1000. He has authored hundreds of articles for IT Unity and SharePointProMag.com, and numerous best-selling books for Microsoft Press.
For these contributions, Dan was awarded Microsoft MVP status for ten years across four technologies, named one of the top ten partner MVPs in the world, and recognized as one of the top influencers in the SharePoint and Office 365 community.
New to Seattle after ten years on Maui, Hawaii, Dan is passionate about nature, the performing arts, and the Olympic Games. Dan has served as the Microsoft Technologies Consultant for NBC Sports for the broadcast of the Olympics in Rio, Sochi, London, Vancouver, Beijing and Torino.