SharePoint administrators, end users, architects, developers, and other professionals that work with Microsoft SharePoint Technologies will meet for the 11th SPSNYC event on July 27th, 2019 at Microsoft located at 11 Times Square, New York City.
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.
At the end of March, I had the pleasure of presenting once again at SharePoint Saturday (though it was on a Friday) Honolulu. It was great to meet with old friends 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.
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:
Governance, like a SharePoint deployment, is not a “one size fits all” affair. You need to make sure you anticipate the needs and goals of every division in your company. According to a new study from the Association for Image and Information Management (AIIM), updating and enforcing information governance policies as it relates to SharePoint is a priority for half of the companies surveyed.