MS Ignite 2017 Day 5

Sadly this is the last day of ignite. Just a short day of presentations. All session links to content that can be found over at the Microsoft Tech Community website.

 

BRK3359 – Deep Dive: Compare SharePoint designer and Microsoft flow scenarios

Flow is the natural successor to SP Designer workflows

Many different kinds of connectors to do many different things on an action in SharePoint

Integrated into modern lists and libraries

You can have flows that run in the background or on a selected item

You can now run flows that prompt the user for information before the flow begins to run

There will be an out of box send for review flow for approvals

Demo of approval workflow

For advanced flow automation scenarios (switch case?) looping, do until, apply to each, variables as well

Now you can also do Nested workflows as well

Now you can also have co-owners of flows now as well

Also Approvers with reminders!

BRK3285 – Going underground: Discovering, exploiting and defending against covert channels in modern computing

Covert channels for communication are those that are unidentified and not thought of

Project Voco for Adobe to do voice manipulation

Types of Covert channels – Steganography, Network Channels, Text Manipulation,

Hash tab program to check and see the has signature of a file

Skype Morph?

BRK2132 – Hostage Negotiation, spec ops, and office 365 adoption

Great last session describing two books that help with problems users have with adopting new technology

Also great comparison on how to negotiate with people as well

 

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MS Ignite 2017 Day 4

Thursday at Ignite was definitely for me the best day of presentations of the entire week. Monday was great for big news reveals and Sunday was a great day long session, but today I think I got more knowledge that I could be actionable on than any other day.

All session links to the Microsoft Technical Community site.

 

Learning Lab demo of Office 365 Admin

Labs will be available after conference! 🙂 Check under MyIgnite

 

BRK2244 – Building a modern Intranet: Real-World planning, information architecture, governance, and adoption

Build an intranet that everyone loves

Common pattern of intranets

Failing by the Numbers: 40% of SP projects fail

Plan for scalable services

Roadmap to a roadmap – MS roadmap, goals/objectives, our roadmap

Building the dream team

The Governance core team – small inclusive and powerful

http://tiny.cc/SharePointGovQuestions

Navigation connects the world

Where do policies live? How do we move to a central location

Policy center for Shire is an out of the box Publishing site with search web parts and basic out of the box functionality

Global Navigation id a CDN with HTML

Highlighted content web part

They are offering planning phase docs for us to use

NOTE: Email Dave from Shire and ask him how he did analytics from old SharePoint within Power BI

They created a hub champion site (Shire intranet is called the Hub)

When you start this, you need to start and then realize what is available and build bridges to it

They are revealing SharePoint PnP repository for releasing hub Web Parts which is open source

Step two Intranet and digital workplace showcase award winner for site design

Awesome cant wait for the PnP

Dave mentioned the user content something webpart in SharePoint 2013 that they used in order to implement the global navigation

BRK3252 – Geek out with the product team on SharePoint lists and libraries

SPFX extensions – Application Customizer, Command Set, Field Customizer

Custom Header being used

Metadata to empower the user

 

BRK3348 – Create custom forms and digital experiences in SharePoint using Microsoft PowerApps

Power Apps and SP touch-points: connector, list embedded forms, SP Lists, Power Apps modern web part on modern pages

Demo Demo Demo

 

BRK3251 – SharePoint Server 2016 migration in the real world: How to avoid making our mistakes

Upgrade vs. Migration

How is it viewed by the users from past migrations?

Marketing term hybrid now being called Coexistence

Baby steps, but make a good plan and don’t take too long

Phased approach

SP 2016 tidbits

2007 – 2010 – 2013 – 2016 or 2010 – 2013 – 2016 or 2013-2016

Don’t forget about min role

When moving roles in min role switch to custom role, then go to needed role

SharePoint 2016 look into the search function here if nothing else

Note: What about using Office Online Server with SP 2013? Does excel services still go away in 2013 with this?

Note: What about creating a cloud search service for non sensitive info and using that for 2013, but then using 2013 search service for stuff that cant go to the cloud?

Upgrade Techniques

 

BRK2215 – Deliver the experiences your customers want with SharePoint community solutions and patterns

Note the source for SharePoint PnP

There is a breadcrumb code sample

One solution they have for this is a basic contact management solution

They also have an out of office and a change management solution as well to try out

Most solutions are built in VS Code with React

Another solution is a check in and check out system

You can also go in and add flow and other items to solutions to make them extensible

 

 

BRK2185 – Build you personalized and social intranet with SharePoint, Yammer, Delve, OneDrive, and Teams

3 Intranet Journeys: Building blocks, Digital workplace, business transformation

MS 365 Toolkit for teamwork

Outlook, SharePoint, Yammer, Office Apps, Teams under one umbrella

O365 groups, MS Graph, Security and Compliance as the foundation for security

Where to start a conversation:

SharePoint: Files Sites Content

Teams Inner Loop People you work with regularly on core projects

Yammer Outer loop People you connect with openly across the organization

Outlook Email Ubiquitous for targeted communications

All of this above is surrounded by O365 groups that grants access across applications

 

MS Ignite 2017 Day 3

Early day. Had lots of great content given today with many different speakers. All session are linked to content over at the Microsoft Technical Community site.

 

Practice Test for 70-346 – Bombed. Follow up with TK on ADFS notes and look at PowerShell commands and also check on the meaning of the service pictures to understand what is happening

 

BRK2306 – Automate workflows and enable modern approvals with Microsoft Flow

Good beginning session for soup to nuts intro of Flow

Demo of notification Flow from Manager

Demo of twitter sentiments read from Tweets of users then displayed into Power BI and displayed in a bar graph to show positive and negative feedback

Customer story of financial provider to keep track of tax withholdings using Flow

30K up front cost with 8 million dollar return 🙂

Create buttons and share them in the Flow App

There is an Admin and developer center for Flow to give you background information and runs on flow to track runs

 

THR1065 – An introduction to SharePoint Patterns and Practices

Good references to get started with PnP

 

BRK2243 – Understanding your collaboration options in Office 365

Teamwork today section

Which tool to use?

1- Who are you communicating with?

Inner Loop or outer loop(transparency)

2-What is everyone naturally inclined to do?

Culture and comfort zone

3-What decisions have your team made

What the group agrees to use

How you collaborate Create Communicate Connect Coordinate

MS Teams Demo, tasks in planner, docs in SharePoint and calendars

Post link from item directly into Teams

Using Yammer to have a public conversation

 

BRK3128 – PowerShell unplugged with Jeffery Snover and Don Jones

Awesome session with Don and Jeff and PM for PowerShell

Showed GitHub and how to explain on submitting changes for things

Also called out plea for users to submit updates for more specific error messages out of PowerShell

Great repo ire between the speakers and the audience

Literally the best dev talk I have been to where I didn’t want to fall asleep when they started opening the code window and typing stuff

Need to post the video link to this session

 

THR2060 – State of the SharePoint PowerShell nation, 2017

Spence Harbar talks on where we are in PowerShell for this year

Check with him on email for script examples

Building tools and not just building scripts wit PS

Check into the new site powershell commandlet and see why it doesn’t create the default groups by default (and see if anyone else has done this)

Updating the Distributed cache service account after the farm creation is not clear (check his blog post from March of 2016)

Check out the PnP commandlets for 365

Check out the channel 9 video for PnP intro

Workpads?

 

THR2181 – The impact of digital literacy on Office 365 user adoption

8 Pillars of digital literacy

Check this out and along with the white paper the speaker wrote.

950% ROI on training for users

No shortcuts, just search for it after pressing windows button

 

THR2018 – Be the Yammer rock star at your organization with the Yammer mobile app and device notifications

Description of mobile App

Layout of use cases

MS Ignite 2017 Day 2

Excellent day of presentations and more content than my brain could hold. All sessions are linked to content over at the Microsoft Technical Community site.

 

BRK2814 – Accelerate your digital transformation with SharePoint and OneDrive

Link to slides and video for session

SP 2019 and office demo next year 2018 May and released EOY 2018.

New SharePoint conference in Vegas May 2018

 

BRK3071 – Get an overview of MS Teams architecture

Lots of developery stuff and conceptual stuff

They laid out stuff that I didn’t really understand

It was interesting to hear how the different functions of teams worked behind the scenes in order to run all different parts of the service.

 

BRK1053 – MS Office 365 adoption user group meetup

http://bit.ly/O365AUGChiMU October 5th meeting

Collab 365 conference November 1st

December 5-8 SharePoint Fest http://www.sharepointfest.com

Jeff Fried – BA Insights Did 2010 and 2013 on premises search for MS previously

 

BRK2207-Inform and engage employees with SharePoint communication sites and news

Lots of great ideas

Hub sites introduction

Web parts demo in both Android and iOS

Great roadmap for the future features

Ability to move sites in and out of other hubs

Better image handling and image modifying inside the editing view of a page

 

BRK2224– Transform business process with SharePoint, PowerApps, and Flow for biz apps, forms, and automation

End of 5K list Limit

Column custom formatting by using JSON code

Auto created indexes on lists columns

Power Apps improvements: Make changes in all view, edit, and new formats in one place

Theme’s available to apply that are the same as your SharePoint Site theme

New Rules section in power apps (just like InfoPath)

Also created a save and publish format for similar InfoPath functionality

New options in forms settings to set the default form with Power Apps?

Power Apps web part coming end of this year for SP Online

Flow enhancements: Flow Launch Panel that prompt users for information inside the Flow before it executes running as the current user

Also there will be an out of the box send for review Flow that will send approval to built-in manager value

Microsoft Forms – Surveys, Quizzes, Polls, Information Gathering is the main uses for this

For advanced stuff there is Power Apps

Nascar Demo from all different features O365

 

THR2056 – Beyond deployment: How IT can inspire, motivate, and drive sustainable adoption

MS Ignite 2017 Day 1

What a way to kick off the conference! So much good stuff here! Whether you’re talking about AI or future vision of things to come, there was some great stuff revealed during the talk today. MS is definitely looking to do some great things and the quantum computing stuff is just the start.

 

Vision Keynote:

Wow lots of great information over Microsoft 365 and all the key pieces that should be in place to help

Great House music to get things started and get the crowd pumped up

The link to the replay of the talk is here:

Great demos of MS Teams and using Augmented Reality to innovate in the design process of building a car. I never realized that there was so much that goes into the forethought of every part of the car. The angles of the side mirrors to display the biggest view to the driver. This could be a great prototyping tool for all manufacturing companies to build out and design things to see what they would look like without having to invest lots of capital up front to produce things like proof of concept items.

TK01 – Create a modern workplace with Microsoft 365

Actually had a rough go of this session. I walked all the way from the keynote in the south building over to the west to catch this one and right as I was about to go it, the room was full. So we all had to relocate to some more comfortable digs in the hangout room. I think I got the better chair and view going here. Plus hey I can watch 3 sessions for the price of one. 🙂

Lots of great demos here with the surface hub and how O365 is changing the flow of information into work with new tools like teams and one drive in order to surface content.

There was also a neat demo of scheduling a meeting using Cortana and then allowing the service to go out and check everyone’s calendar in order to find out the best time for everyone to meet. That’s a pretty cool feature.

THR2035 – Learn best practices for SharePoint Site owners

Great short talk here on strategies to help educate site owners on new functionality of O365 to manage content in lists and libraries using things like views that showed missing required metadata fields. Another great feature show was the usage stats available to site owners as well to be able to track the growth of a site to measure how successful deploying a new site or adding new content to an older site will be.

THR2039 – Explore the mobile options for OneDrive for Business and SharePoint Files

Great short session over the improvements and new features coming for OneDrive for Business. I think the fact that you can view so many file types without the corresponding program will be a great reason many people turn on or switch to OneDrive. Had a couple of great demos on both Android and iOS devices. Really looking forward to seeing this in action

BRK2181 – Accelerate productivity with search and discovery in SharePoint and Office 365

Wow this session was packed with new feature announcements and previews of search features coming to both SharePoint and Office 365. The Bing Search preview was interesting, but idk how many people will be willing to switch their search to this. The benefit is definitely an improved search function and deeper scanning of items to reveal insights in content. Cant wait to try this out in my test tenant.

THR2177 – Managing space and Time with Visio and Power BI

Great short session displaying how to integrate color coding and data within Visio and Power BI. This session described the functionality to estimate distances built into the Ignite app that will tell you travel times by foot for users going from one room in Ignite to another session. The intelligence behind this is awesome and I would love to demo this sometime.

THR2251 – Support your infrastructure with data-driven network diagrams

This session was very similar to the previous session in that it used Visio to surface data based in excel or SQL that gets loaded into SharePoint to reference in a network diagram through Power BI. Excellent demo’s and explanation on the process of how it happens.

Todd Klindt’s SharePoint Podcast

Yay! Live Show!! See my picture above for a summary and the link to the show here.

 

Ignite Welcome Reception – Good food great discussions and even better conversations with vendors and Microsoft folks.

MS Ignite 2017 Pre Conference Day 0 Mobile Intranet PRE11

Wow. This was a great all day session! We got the inside scoop on a lot of the functionality and announcements that were going to happen this week. Quite a few times the presenters couldn’t say too much because they didn’t want to steal the thunder from any major announcements happening this week. Cant wait to hear all this later in the week! All content is linked over at the MS Community Site link

Microsoft 365 is made up of:

  1. Office 365
    1. Outlook
    2. SharePoint
    3. Yammer
    4. Office Apps
    5. Teams
      1. All this has O365 Groups, Microsoft Graph, and Security and Compliance underneath it
  2. Helps you Connect, Communicate, Create and Coordinate
    1. Email and Outlook Groups: Ubiquitous for targeted communication
    2. Inner Loop (Microsoft Teams)
    3. Outer Loop (Yammer) working in open, conversations are public automatically
  3. Which tool to use?
    1. Who are you talking with? -inner loop or outer loop (transparency)
    2. Defaults – Culture and comfort zone (and “requirements”)
    3. Decisions – What the group agrees to use (collaboration contract)
  4. SharePoint and OneDrive connect the workplace
    1. Share and Work together
    2. Inform and engage people
    3. Transform business processes
    4. Harness Internal knowledge
  5. SharePoint News End to End
    1. Create in SP mobile app, SharePoint sites, and SharePoint home in O365
    2. Consume from SP Home in Office 365, SP Mobile app, SP Sites, MS Teams, new digest email and promote

Demo for SharePoint news

Demo for Communication Sites

Demo of Power Apps

Power Apps Session with Audrey???

Demo of Flow

Demo of SharePoint Sites and preview stuff

New Feature: Hub Sites roll up for multiple sites and areas in SharePoint Online

Allows consistent navigation, consistent search, consistent roll up

Can mix and match comm sites and team sites for hubs

No need for new site, you can nominate a hub site

Create the site, then you go in and add a site

During site provisioning, you can make this mandatory if you want to (Shawn Squires session)

Moving a site currently for hubs does not affect the permissions, but they want to know if this is something they want to change?

Demo of Search and Discovery and also on Mobile

Delve will be grown as well to surface more content in different places

Demo of SharePoint Mobile Apps and improvements coming

SP Search Katherine

Demo of OneDrive for business 101

Https://aka.ms/J6ck4d

Interface for Sharing docs and other stuff through O365, OneDrive, and even desktop is same interface…cool!

Check the MS Community site for a great reference for sessions!

 

 

Passing the 70-339 exam and becoming an MCP

Back on October 20th, I received an email that I passed the exam 70-339! I am very excited and thankful that I passed the exam to begin with. This was a beta exam for SharePoint 2016 offered through the born to learn blog at Microsoft that I took advantage of back in late June of this year and tried my darndest to study up on the exam for about a period of three and a half weeks prior to taking the test. I highly recommend going to the Born to Learn site every now and again to keep up with certifications and new releases in general. Plus, they do offers on books and free training resources from time to time that are fantastic. 

Previously back during late July I took the 70-331 exam and did not do as well as I thought I would do on the test. So since I had previously failed this test, I had my doubts about how I was going to be able to perform on this beta exam since many of the topics were new and the product had not been out for long.

 

I used the same study methodology for this test that I did with the 331 test that I failed. I focused much of my studying on the core areas of study (you can review them here). I took much of this and reviewed many of the new PowerShell features and commands that had been added to this new version so I wouldn’t get tripped up in that aspect of the test.

 

One helpful area that I had recommended to me was the previous talks on taking the 70-331 and 70-332 exams from Ignite and other conferences over at MSDN channel 9. Many of these reviews were given by presenters that you can go and review now for free. You can find some from Ignite 2016 here. These were helpful to get an idea on how some of the questions for the exam are presented.

 

The combination of the videos and studying the core areas for the exams helped me score high enough that I passed and am now an official Microsoft Certified Professional!

 

This is a huge milestone for me personally and has always been one of my personal goals I wanted to achieve as a technical professional. It’s also given me the courage and drive to continue forward and look into working towards a second certification exam.

 

If you are hesitant at all about taking these tests, I would say to go for it because it forces you personally to check and make sure you have the proper knowledge and skills to accomplish what you need to going forward. For anyone out there looking at one good luck and I hope you are successful just as I was.

 

Now onto the next test for better or worse. 🙂

MS Ignite 2016 Day 5

Last day, a short day. Sad that it’s over, but glad to be heading home with so much new knowledge.I’ve heard that you get the short end of the stick by having to present on the last day, but I don’t think that’s the case. Today’s presentations were great! Starting off with:

Bridge the cloud Divide with hybrid BI in SP 2016 and O365

Presented by: Chris McNulty and John White

This great talk was about when and where to use many of the BI related tools and how they transferred from on premises to the cloud. There were so many great demos of this as well as some great previews of the new items that were coming soon related to Power BI and SharePoint Online that will improve the product from where it is now. Also had a good Q and A session afterwards and on how to get the most functionality out of SSRS by using both Native Mode and Integrated mode for the new 2016 version.

How to run a successful User Group

Presented by: Jason Himmelstein

This was a great talk that I wish we could have had more time to discuss. Jason has had several different experiences running user groups in his time in his career and so he gave out some great tips on things to do to keep people interested and eager about coming to meetings.

One other great part about this topic was other people from other user groups got up to share their tips and ask questions about how to better run their groups as well. This was only a short session, but I hope that in the future it could be longer for more people to share their experiences that they had. 

Join your Windows 10 devices to Azure AD for anywhere, Anytime productivity

Presented by: Jairo Cadena

This was a good talk based on how to integrate your new Windows 10 devices into either an Azure AD solution in the cloud or with a newer Federated AD solution with the newest version of windows server. Jairo took a good time to explain the architecture involved with a solution like this as well as giving a couple of demos on how this look from a client side perspective when joining a new AAD domain and other resources as well. It was interesting to see all of the security measures that someone could use in conjunction with Windows In Tune to make sure people are joined correctly and authenticated to company resources properly.

So this ends my Ignite Journey here in Atlanta, and all I have to say is wow! This has been such a great week of learning new and exciting things that are coming from Microsoft as well as more of the commitment that they are putting into making and improving SharePoint in every facet. I would say that if you aren’t currently working with the cloud in some way, shape, or form most if not all of the things announced and show this week make it very difficult to not start moving that way. Its eve more exciting to see that those features will eventually come back in some fashion to the on premises products and that Microsoft as a company is making bridging the gap between the two even easier with many of their gateway and integration products.

If I’m lucky enough to attend next year in Orlando in 2017 I can definitely see that by that time the improvements to the products shown here will create a great mix of things that people are going to want to continue to use.

Now in order to remember all of this I’m definitely going to have to go back and watch many of the sessions again at https://myignite.microsoft.com

Also I will have to make sure and add comments and questions to the new MS Techy Community site which can be found at: https://techcommunity.microsoft.com

-BJ

MS Ignite 2016 Day 4

Wow so much more content packed into one day. Here’s a short summary of the things I went to: 

Getting started with data security and compliance in SharePoint 2016

Presented by: Liam Cleary

This was a great talk on the aspects of security relating to SharePoint and the things that IT pros and other should have in mind when thinking about security as it relates to SharePoint. Liam brought up many good points as it relates to not just securing the servers of your application, but also the devices that connect to it. So much good content in this one, I will have to watch it online again soon.

Plan to drive user adoption in MS O365

Presented by: Erik Svenson

Good topic over how MS services and others can help with driving adoption and focusing on key areas to help make an implementation of O365 successful. Different aspects such as change management and user training were discussed along with different strategies on how to focus and push past any hindrances of either users or older business processes that may prevent people from adopting the resources in the cloud.

Deploy and Migration best practices for SharePoint 2016

Presented by: Jason Himmelstein and Todd Klindt

Very excellent session given by these two again over the different features and functionality when moving to the new 2016 version. This talk was different than the one on Tuesday where Jason and Todd discussed more architectural questions related to how people need to think about when moving to 2016. One big point that stuck out in my mind is with the new Min Role services and such, you shouldn’t think of a new 2016 farm in terms of your old topology. Because with Min Role, things can adapt and change as your services and resource usage change.

Another one I will have to go back and watch again online.

Learn best practices for creating and managing SharePoint site templates

Presented by: Sean Squires and Vesa Juvonen

This talk was a bit over my head, but it had great content in it. I haven’t dealt with site templates much but Sean and Vesa gave awesome examples of how to use these to benefit your users and allow self service site creation with options to your environment.

They also had someone from #M come up and give an example of how they used these site templates to go about creating a portal for their users to request new sites to be created and how to give them different options as well. I know more about this now and I am very excited to get the new things coming in Feature Pack 1 that will improve the ability for templates to be created and used going forward.

Learn from MVP’s: panel discussion on all things SharePoint

Presented by: Christian Buckley, Susan Hanley, Jason Himmelstein, Jennifer Mason, Benjamin Niaulin

This discussion was a Q and A format from these MVP’s on various questions related to SharePoint. I was excited because I was able to get one of my questions answered right away by the group on the confusing nature of permissions in O365 groups. They gave some great explanations on this and other topics that helped me understand the place where groups are trying to fit in now.

Later that evening was the Ignite Party at Centenial Park down the road. It was awesome and one of the best outdoor functions I have evr seen put on. There was so much to do and so many people around. There was music, games, food, and just about anything you can think of. All under the stars in a fun summer camp themed atmosphere.

What a way to end the week, but we still have one more day to go.

-BJ

MS Ignite 2016 Day 3

Todays theme: more talks, lots of good information 

Today was a jam packed sprint through so many sessions that I hope my One Note doesn’t blow up so I miss all the great things that were said and shown in the following sessions:

Discover what’s new and what’s coming with SharePoint Modern Team sites

Presented by: Jeremy Mazner

Loved this session mainly due to all the new features that were being shown in what is coming for new team sites in SPO. Things like the new document library interface, the ability to download multiple files in a zip format from the web, Pinning docs to the top to keep topics in front of users, and many other little things that make the new SPO look more professional I think.

There was also a quick demo of a Power App used to submit sales promo ideas with both a mobile and online interface. Very slick! I’m going to have to see if our tenant is on first release so we can start playing around with some of these new features.

Use Business Intelligence for process management

Presented by: Scott Elmers

This quick 20 minutes talk was a great discussion and demo of how Visio 2016 can be used to link data to things like org charts or other business related flows of information to show data based on certain colors or values of data that are pulled in from other sources. Scott gave some great examples and said pretty much any kind or source of data can be pulled from.

Ultimate Field guide to Office 365 groups

Presented by: Ben Naulin and Tony

I have to admit, that I know very little about O365 groups. After this talk though, I think I know more about them, but it almost seems like with the new features and functionality being added to groups now, it’s even harder to quantify what they do. I think I understand that MS want Groups to be containers for users to access resources within O365, but since it’s not similar across products in the cloud, it’s difficult to say that these are ready to start being used to their full functionality. Great talk though and lots of good info given, but I think Groups still need to be fleshed out and integrated more.

Pick the right Tool – O365: What to use When

Presented by: Michael Blumenthal

This quick 20 minute talk was a good strait forward talk on what tool in the MS cloud is best for what role. Things like communicating with users, but not spamming them and how to have developed discussions were used to link to things like Office Groups, Yammer, and SharePoint Online.

Learn 3 essential tips for user adoption of Microsoft SharePoint and Microsoft Office 365

Presented by: Susan Hanley

This was also another quick talk displaying some good ideas on how to bring users to SharePoint. They were:

Tip One: Solve a critical problem for the user with the solution

Tip two: Don’t ignore training, provide it in context of the scenario

Tip Three: Get some help. Leaders model behavior

Great talk and I wish this could have been a longer discussion, because it speaks to business problems, not technological ones.

Learn best practices for managing and administering SharePoint Online and One Drive for business

Presented by: Chris Bortlik

Of all the session that I saw today, this one had the most demos of the O365 and SharePoint 2016 content. Lots of good stuff and so much I could barely keep up. I think I’m going to go back and watch this session recorded later because there was so much good content.

Get the most out of the new Microsoft SharePoint

Presented by: Laura Rogers and Adam Hartmetz

Very good discussion on how to link business problems to technology problems. Laura and Adam also gave a good breakdown about how to recruit users in your organization to assist in developing talent and buy in from other users in your company. Some good demos of content and sites functions were given along with good Power Apps and Flow examples as well.

Best practices when migrating ECM Content to Microsoft SharePoint Server and O365

Presented by: Chris Givens

Great quick talk on the steps to think about when moving a lot of content into SharePoint that used to be in older or out of date content stores. Also gave vendor neutral ideas for solution, which is rare in a talk like this. Will have to look deeper into this. 

Wow that was another long day with great content. Tomorrow seems to be jammed packed as well.

Thanks,

BJ