Europe’s Largest SharePoint, Office 365 & Azure Conference is approaching fast. Here’s a few handy tips on how to make the most of your time at the conference.
I love taking a bite out of the Big Apple, every chance I get. What a wonderful event last month at SPS NYC. Big thanks to our organizers! It was terrific to get back to the Microsoft Times Square offices and see so many old friends and new faces.
I presented my Office Planner session, One Card at a Time – Leverage Office 365 Planner to Plan Your SharePoint End User Adoption Campaign. New features in Office 365 make it very easy to visually organize teamwork, plans, tasks, and files. However, as we’ve stressed time and again on this blog, the right people and right processes must be in place before using any technology to drive a project.
Last week I had the pleasure of attending SPS Washington DC, was great to be in our nation’s capital and meet with old friends, strategic partners and new companies attending this important community event to learn more about the challenges and opportunities we all face in transforming companies’ online user experiences. It was great to staff our booth with our partner Mindsharp along with our head of sales, Don Greger who lives in the D.C. area. Yes, he makes a very tall panda.
Last week I spent the whole week in Texas visiting Dallas, Houston and San Antonio. I had the pleasure of presenting at SharePoint Saturday San Antonio. It was great to meet with old friends, strategic partners and new companies attending this important community event to learn more about the challenges and opportunities we all face in transforming companies’ online user experiences.
It’s been an exciting week for Content Panda! From the release of Content Panda Analytics – our newest feature giving you a slick view into the key metrics driving your SharePoint adoption campaigns – to speaking at several Office 365 and SharePoint events throughout the United States, there is a lot to talk about.
Content Panda, the online user experience expert, today announced the general availability of Content Panda Analytics, its newest end user monitoring feature available in Content Panda for SharePoint, providing a single dashboard displaying vital usage statistics to help companies improve SharePoint adoption.
Amidst all the work you need to do in order to successfully deploy SharePoint, there are two facets you must get right: consistent branding and streamlined permissions.
Whenever you are releasing anything new, you want to make sure you put your best face (and foot) forward. This means you must have the right branding consistently across every page and site you deploy with SharePoint. You also need to ensure the right people have the right access to the right sites at the right time. This can be difficult to do on a one-off basis.