SP16-131: The Basics – End User Training
Author: Asif Rehmani
These SharePoint 2016 end user video tutorials are specifically targeted to readers, members and site owners of SharePoint 2016. However, if you are a developer or IT administrator who is new to SharePoint, these will be very helpful in understanding the basics.
SP16-301: SharePoint 2016: What this New Release Will Mean to You!
Author: Adam Levithan
Upgrade, hybrid, migrate, experiences, and investments are all keywords surrounding the release of SharePoint Server 2016. “Born from the Cloud” means something to Microsoft not to mention how you’ll look at the available features but the evolving roadmap of SharePoint. We will discuss how SharePoint 2016 is creating a paradigm shift as big as Office 365.
SP16-302: What do YOU get from SharePoint Hybrid?
Author: Vlad Catrinescu
Every time you see a blog post about SharePoint 2016, you see the word hybrid. But what exactly is a hybrid infrastructure and what features does the business user get? In this webinar we will look at SharePoint Hybrid from a business user point of view to understand what features we get out of it. We will look at Hybrid Team Sites, Hybrid Search, Hybrid Extranet sites and more!
SP13-332: Branding Modern SharePoint
Author: Eric Overfield
Need to brand your first SharePoint site, looking to see how you should have tackled your last SharePoint branding project, or want to know what new tools exist in modern SharePoint for branding? In this discussion we will look at an overview of branding current versions of SharePoint including SharePoint Online, SharePoint 2013 with a look at SharePoint 2016.
SP16-303: How To Improve Office 365 & SharePoint Adoption In The Real World
Author: Richard Harbridge
Office 365 provides an incredible amount of value to individual employees, teams, departments and organizations. Much of this value is not realized immediately upon purchase or even deployment of Office 365. The value is realized as more and more users understand, adopt and embrace the technology that has been implemented.
SP16-304: SharePoint Admin in the Hybrid World
Author: Jason Himmelstein
Microsoft’s massive investment into Cloud technologies are enough to make anyone stop and wonder if the Cloud is something they should be focusing on for SharePoint. During this class we will examine Microsoft’s Cloud Strategy from an ITPro’s perspective and understand how a hybrid scenario can be structured to maximize the On Premises, Infrastructure as a Service, & Cloud capabilities.
SP13-334: Make It Stick: 5 Steps For Better SharePoint Adoption
Author: Curtis Hughes
If you build it, they still may not come. How can organizations not only plan for great functionality with increased productivity, but also drive successful and sustainable adoption? According to AIIM, more than 60% of SharePoint projects are stalled, struggling, or failing. If the goal is enterprise collaboration, it matters most how people connect and remain engaged.
SP13-335: Findability in Your Organization
Author: Agnes Molnar
These days, it becomes easier than ever to connect people to the content and expertise they need to achieve their goals. Technologies like Office Graph, Delve, and the Cloud Search Service Application power a rich set of new experiences that extend the capabilities of SharePoint’s already-impressive search capabilities. How can these technologies and experiences transform the way we work?
SP13-336: Don’t Fail Your Next SharePoint Migration
Author: Benjamin Niaulin
Whether you’re headed to the next great version of SharePoint Server or SharePoint Online with Office 365, don’t make the same mistakes others have made. There are a lot of moving pieces and things to think about when planning a migration and Benjamin Niaulin from Sharegate will help you get through it.
SP16-305: SharePoint Server 2016, What’s in it for me?
Author: Bill Baer
Learn about the investments in SharePoint Server 2016 and why you should consider the latest version of SharePoint to drive your on-premises or hybrid collaborative and content management needs.
SP16-306: SharePoint Help that Really Helps!
Author: Pam DeGraffenreid
SharePoint users are often disappointed when they click on the help icon. Using the Custom Site Collection Help feature, we will walk through examples of providing contextual help on sites and pages. User experience is key to any successful SharePoint solution. When your end users are looking for help, provide them with meaningful information specific to their site: Help Desk and other support contact information and more
SP16-307 Survival Skills for the SharePoint Site Administrator
Author: Scott Shearer
This session, designed for the novice SCA or site owner, will cover essential skills for successfully managing a site or site collection. Topics covered include the SharePoint Permissions model, practical SharePoint governance, leveraging out of the box SharePoint features and more.
SP16-308 Taming the Hoarders…Organizing Users Who Keep Everything!
Author: Stephanie Donahue
Email, file shares, documents, legacy systems, metadata…..it can be overwhelming. Whether you are planning a brand-new SharePoint implementation, migrating from another system, or supporting the SharePoint site you already have, this presentation will help you get (and stay) organized.
SP13-337: The Key to Understanding your SharePoint Users
Author: Sarah Haase
Every company (SharePoint and Office 365 implementation) is unique. We have different visions of success, a diverse set of desired outcomes, unique business goals and a dizzying array of governance policies. But our SharePoint users are much more alike than we realize. We will define the six key characters that can make (or break) your SharePoint or Office 365 implementation
SP13-338: On-premises Data in a Cloud World
Author: Daniel Glenn
Cloud tools can deliver great power and enhanced functionality at a fraction of the cost of building your own on-premises infrastructure. Microsoft Power BI, Flow, and PowerApps can empower your users to do so much more. How do you use your on-premises data with these cloud tools so you can invest in improving processes, instead of focusing on a data migration strategy?