This is part 3 in a series of posts about Office 365 Governance. The first post was about making use of the Weekly Office 365 Changes Digest. Doing so is an essential part of change management. The second was about Continue reading Office 365 Governance Essentials: Part 3 – Identifying Governance Needs
Microsoft released Office 2016 yesterday! Want to know what’s new? Read this Satya Nadella’s blog post about Office 2016 is here. Kirk Koenigsbauer, corporate vice president for the Office Client Applications and Services team, wrote the blog post on the Continue reading Office 2016 Now Available
I’ve just had a blog post published on the Microsoft Partner Network Blog Although it’s just me listed as the author, there were a number of people that contributed to the article. It actually started out as a pair of Continue reading New blog post on the Microsoft Partner Network blog!
I was reading a post recently that talked about five things in Office 365 that will change your life. Although these five things are great, it felt like someone had been drinking from the hype fountain. Let’s revisit those things Continue reading 5 Things about Office 365 – The Hype and the Rest of the Story
This is a follow up to my post about the events in the first half of the year that you can find here. The first half of the year now only has a month and a half left. We’ve just Continue reading 2015H2 IT Events that Chicagoland Developers Must Know About
This is a guest post by Anjani Ranjan, one of my coworkers. He and I have been working on a data management solution for a customer for the last six months, and I’m pleased to have him share this process. Continue reading Create a PowePivot Report in Office 365 from SQL Server Data
Oh my! A whole month has gone by since SharePoint Fest Chicago 2014 (12/8 to 12/10, 2014). Before time gets away from me entirely, there are just a couple of points that I wanted to share from the Chicago SharePoint Continue reading Catching up: Notes from CSPUG meeting at SPFest Chicago 2014
A client of mine asked me about SharePoint training, and I realized I hadn’t blogged about training for SharePoint Online, only – quite a while ago – about some SharePoint Server end user training. For End User training, you have Continue reading Office 365 and SharePoint Online (“Sites”) Training Resources