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Humans in Tech and Diversity in Tech - SPTech Con in Boston

Humans in Tech and Diversity in Tech - SPTech Con in Boston

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.

Never a Dull Moment with Microsoft & SharePoint

Never a Dull Moment with Microsoft & SharePoint

Panda CMO Heather Newman's latest news - Microsoft MVP, User Groups, Upcoming SharePoint/Office 365 Events and Women in Technology.

Taking the Message of Simplified SharePoint User Experience on the Road

Taking the Message of Simplified SharePoint User Experience on the Road

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.

Personalization with the Panda: 7 New Insights in Content Panda Analytics

Personalization with the Panda: 7 New Insights in Content Panda Analytics

Successful SharePoint deployments need more than just a vision and a strategy. It’s time to take your SharePoint deployment one step further: How can you measure your improvement in productivity and how it affects the bottom line of your business?

Introducing Content Panda Analytics.

Join Content Panda at SPTechCon San Francisco

Join Content Panda at SPTechCon San Francisco

We love it when quality technology conferences come back to our backyard! Content Panda is excited to attend SPTechCon: The SharePoint Technology Conference, taking place in the San Francisco Bay Area from December 5-8.  

15 Years is Too Long for SharePoint End User Adoption - Get Exec Buy-In First

15 Years is Too Long for SharePoint End User Adoption - Get Exec Buy-In First

"So how long should one run a SharePoint end user adoption campaign or how long have you run one?"  I ask my class. 

Silence. 

Then a hand from a lovely lady with short hair and glasses.  She smiles and says without missing a beat. 

"15 years"