Happy to be back in Haarlem for another edition of Office 365 and SharePoint Connect. Hereby my session details:
365 Groups: Surviving the real world
its initial release, Office 365 Groups were frowned upon. We didn’t really
understood its purpose and place in the Modern Workplace. Starting out small,
Groups kept growing and growing. Integrating powerful Office 365 Tools into
multiple collaboration services. During this session Jasper Oosterveld,
Microsoft MVP & Modern Workplace, is going to look at the past, present and
future of Office 365 Groups. After this session, you never have any more
questions about the use and purpose of Office 365 Groups.
to work with Office 365 Groups in the real world, benefit from its powerful
features and avoid mistakes and pitfalls.
examples and scenarios
Look at all
the collaboration services enabled by Office 365 Groups
Groups Governance & adoption
Go to the website to sign up for this great event 🙂
I am very excited to be back after many years to speak at ESPC! I will be speaking during #ESPC19. Join me and an exceptional line up of speakers at #ESPC19 in Prague, 2-5 December 2019. Use coupon code ESPC19SPK for a €100 discount on any conference ticket. http://bit.ly/ESPC19Prog
Hereby my session details:
Modern Collaboration in a Modern World
plays an essential part of our daily work routine. We collaborate
internally and externally. We are also on the move. We aren’t bound to
our work offices and desktop any longer. This modern work requires
modern collaboration tools. This is where Microsoft 365 steps into
action and offers a wide selection of collaboration tools. Jasper
Oosterveld, Microsoft MVP & Modern Workplace Consultant, is going to
take you on a journey through the Microsoft 365 collaboration tools.
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I love modern SharePoint pages! That said, I have been missing one feature since its release: A delete button. I want to be able to instantly delete a page. Currently, I have to go to site actions, site contents, site pages and delete the page. Takes a lot of time and clicks. Please click here to vote for this feature 🙂