In looking at overall technology trends in Digital Workspace and Office 365 from last year moving into 2019, a few predictions bubbled up for me.
Last month Heather Newman was a presenter on the AIIM Virtual Event: How Does the Office 365 Revolution Impact Governance and Process Automation?
Heather brings the enthusiasm and the knowledge to the event in her session:
The Double Check - Leveraging Microsoft Best Practices for Information Governance & End User Adoption
Wherever I travel the thing that lights me up about a city is always its people. The cities I love the most trend to similar affinities. Many times they are beach communities with musicians, artists, surfers, skaters and street art, and have an eclectic mix of people.
San Juan, Puerto Rico has all of the above. Talking with the local technology community and locals working in San Juan, they speak of being on the mend, still in need and still wondering why they were otherwise forgotten.
In being asked to write about my Microsoft Ignite Experience this year, I thought a lot about what I took away from the event as a Microsoft MVP - my contribution was speaking, podcasting and meet-up hosting in the Diversity and Tech track and program.
Is diversity the new "it girl" of high popularity in our world?
Is it the new bandwagon that everyone is jumping on to be a part of?
If so, I say WHY NOT, GOOD and welcome to the party, everyone is invited.
Originally published by Microsoft MVP Award Program Blog
This Week’s Video - Push Content/Communications to Users
Content Panda empowers administrators, corporate communications, and human resources with the ability to pop-up important messages, the first time or every time users visit a page. Pop-up notifications are used to communicate mission-critical information, for example your governance policies that you want users to follow.
Last week I had the pleasure of speaking at SPTechCon in Boston. A big thank you to Stacy Burris who is an amazing organizer and dear friend, you rocked it. A big thank you as well to the panelists from our Diversity in Tech panel, many of whom jumped in to replace some folks who couldn't be there.