At Microsoft’s recent IGNITE conference, Microsoft showed the global community of users, consultants and aficionados lots of incremental improvements to core products such as Azure and Microsoft 365. This content is incredibly useful, as it’s one of a few opportunities each year to hear Microsoft’s technical roadmaps for products on which enterprise customers may spend or...
This year's SPTechCon conference will be held in Boston, June 27-30. I'm looking forward to seeing friends, colleagues, and clients, and joining sessions to hear from experts the latest about SharePoint, especially in light of the release of SharePoint 2016, the recent (May the 4th) "Future of SharePoint" event, and some of the recent...Read more
This week, I had fun (don't tell my bosses, but I get paid for this) facilitating a series of hands-on workshops for clients and prospects. They are jointly sponsored by Microsoft and partners like my firm, and are designed to give attendees a hands-on experience with the latest wave of Microsoft technologies. They were once called...Read more
I was honored to be selected to present at this weekend's (inaugural) SharePoint Saturday Rhode Island. Organizers Jason Himmelstein, Chris McNulty, and Josh Cliff did yeoman's work in making it happen, the sponsors stepped up to fund it, and the speakers turned out and delivered a phenomenal day's worth of the best free SharePoint training. Best...Read more
[Note: This post was made possible by an idea hatched by my friend and colleague Nancy Settle-Murphy when we worked together on arecent post about the 2013 Red Sox "Road to Redemption." NSM provided editorial insight on this post as well, and provides a ton of insight about how people and...Read more