Microsoft has recently released exciting mobile productivity scenarios for SharePoint Online and SharePoint 2016. Jason Ditzel from Bennett Adelson will provide a tour of these Cloud and On-Premises SharePoint mobility productivity scenarios and discuss a roadmap on how you can implement them in your organization. He'll cover the new mobile apps that bring your SharePoint intranet to your device, show how you can leverage OneDrive for Business, and discuss PowerApps - a part of the new Microsoft business platform that allows power users to build sophisticated cloud enabled mobile apps quickly.
Like many of our clients, we understand that cost and speed of deployment tend to be the two factors that stand in the way of a fully functional and well branded intranet. That said, the benefits to a well designed intranet are immeasurable.
Bennett Adelson has designed and implemented dozens of intranet sites; we understand the common issues that plague companies around the inability to easily share and update content. Due to this, we have created a 6-week solution that will engage users, empower communications and help content owners and administrators to easily update and maintain calendars, news feeds, content rotators, libraries, and organizational announcements.
Our methodology starts by engaging users and department owners to gain a better understanding to the types of content and tools that are most consumed. By leveraging this critical input, we create an intranet that is branded to your company and tailored to your employees.
Join us to learn how we are implementing corporate intranets without the hassle of complicated and costly customizations.
Come join us for a SharePoint 2016 and Office 365 Roadmap Discussion.
We’ll provide our analysis and guidance around the SharePoint 2016 and Office 365 announcements made at MS Ignite this summer.
We’ll walk through the feature changes and upgrade options of SharePoint 2016, and explain Office 365 Groups in detail - how they are intended to be used and how they complement traditional SharePoint sites.
With so many collaboration options available with SharePoint Sites, OneDrive for Business, Office 365 Groups, Yammer, and Exchange/Outlook, we’ll walk through some of the best Microsoft guidance we’ve seen to date on what to use in different scenarios.
Bring your End-Users to this talk, as we take a lap around the collaboration opportunities that exist when we combine SharePoint, the Office suite, and Office 365. While teams will often choose SharePoint and Office as their tools of choice, they many times underutilize certain features and integration points that they don’t realize are there. With each iteration of these toolsets, Microsoft continues to enhance the end-user capabilities of the products, and expand the many types of tasks for which the products are useful.
In this talk, we’ll take a look at the main Office products with the strongest SharePoint integration – Outlook, Word, Excel, PowerPoint and OneNote. We’ll also explore ways to empower end-users through connections to external business data, and maximizing usage of intranet portals. Finally, we’ll explore many of the very new features being added to Office365 to augment the collaboration experience for the end-user.
Ricardo is a SharePoint Consultant with Bennett Adelson, focusing on delivery of quality SharePoint solutions, especially in the area of custom development, application lifecycle management, and systems integration. Ricardo is a seasoned software developer who's helped deliver solutions in the public, non-profit, and private sector, and specializes in combining out-of-box feature sets with tools like Designer, Visual Studio, InfoPath and workflow tools like Nintex. He's also been heavily involved in the local and international SharePoint community, having given talks and technical demonstrations at local user groups, non-profit agencies and national conferences and webinars. He’s been a contributing author at NothingButSharePoint.com, and has co-authored a whitepaper with Dell Software on SharePoint Customization Best Practices. You can find him online in social media, or also visit his SharePoint blog at www.sharepointcowbell.com.