I’m thrilled to be presenting at my fourth SharePoint Saturday New York City on Saturday, July 27. Tom Daly and the organizing committee always do such a good job with the event, and it is always epic to be in the gorgeous Microsoft Office in Times Square in the heart of everything. The event has a SharePoint focus but will also cover the following topics: Office 365, Microsoft Teams, OneDrive, Azure, Power Apps, Flow, Yammer, and more.
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
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
From November 13-16, our European SharePoint community gathered in beautiful Dublin, Ireland. This was my third time attending and speaking at the European SharePoint Conference. This was my second trip to Dublin, Ireland where I studied at Trinity College many years ago. I was thrilled to come back and see how the city has changed. I got a great dose of Irish warmth, food, hospitality and “Craic” (the Gaelic word for fun and enjoyment). I am always highly impressed with our ESPC event organizers, the quality content, our community and vibrant speakers. I am always grateful for the opportunity to speak at this event.
Welcome to the first in our four-part series on how to ace change management for your migration to Microsoft SharePoint or Microsoft Office 365. Today, we’ll take a closer look at planning and sponsorship.
If you don’t lay the proper foundation before major change, it is extremely difficult to make the change stick. You must have respected people at the top of your company’s food chain who give their endorsement of change and can truly drive the case for change home.
The future for Microsoft’s productivity software solutions has never been brighter. The release of SharePoint 2016 and highly regarded feature upgrades in Office 365 are leading many businesses to seriously consider upgrading their own collaboration and productivity solutions to transform the way they work and communicate.
We took all of our conversations with Microsoft, key partners, customers, and prospects and put them into our veritable disco … we mean 8-ball … at Content Panda headquarters – we’re happy to present you with our three top predictions for 2017: