A Trifecta of Travel Maven Travel– Content Panda Deep in the Heart of Texas

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.

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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.

That’s why I was excited to share how a Content Panda customer was able to use our End User Adoption Checklist to reap the maximum benefits from Office 365 Planner and successfully deploy the platform to its users. My slides are available here. If you would like a refresher on Content Panda’s adoption best practices, honed through transforming over 500,000 individuals’ online user experience, download our free Adoption eBook today.

We also had an impromptu Women in SharePoint Lunch panel chat, those of you who would like to receive email on our group please feel free to sign up here.

Amazing colleague, former Office 365/SharePoint MVP and newly minted Microsoftie, Naomi Moneypenny gave a wonderful keynote on the future of SharePoint. Always dynamic, informative and entertaining.

Women in SharePoint Lunch Panel at SharePoint Saturday San Antonio

Women in SharePoint Lunch Panel at SharePoint Saturday San Antonio

I loved San Antonio. A big thank you to Jason Himmelstein, Jill Himmelstein, David Broussard and all the sponsors, speakers and the San Antonio User Group, and to fellow speaker Theresa Eller who I road tripped with from Houston to San Antonio.

Dallas and Houston were both full of meetings with strategic partners and customers. I lived in Dallas back in the early 90’s and with a bit of nostalgia, I visited the Starbucks store I helped open back in the day on Knox/Henderson (first one in the Dallas area, circa 1995), still looks good. Instead of flying around I drove from Dallas to Houston and then Houston to San Antonio – y’all drive so fast and have some big sky, was great fun.

For those of you who didn’t have a chance to attend my session or see me on my trifecta tour, don’t miss out on how you can breathe new life into your SharePoint or Office 365 deployment with Content Panda. We’re ready and able to work with you to make your vision a reality. Book a demo with us today and let us show you how we can help.  

I may be back through Texas at the end June, love to get on your calendar for a face to face demo/hello, do drop me a line if you’d like me to visit (Houston & San Antonio).