“Which SharePoint Conference should I attend in 2019?” I get this question so many times that I thought this definitely deserves a blog post. As part of my job, I continue to visit and present at numerous conferences every year. While I don’t think that this makes me an expert at SharePoint conferences, I do have a perspective that I can share with folks who are looking to evaluate the choices out there.
Does your IT team or your SharePoint Power Users get asked the same "how-to" questions all day long? The solution to this common problem may be making SharePoint Online or SharePoint 2013 or whichever version you have easier for the end user.
I was going back through some blog posts that our founder and CEO Asif Rehmani had written and there are some that remain as valuable today as they did back then. Here are some of his insights as a Microsoft MVP and long-time SharePoint thought leader. I hope you enjoy it!
Does this sound familiar?
SharePoint user: “I don’t know how to share documents in the new SharePoint interface. Can you show me really quick?”
You: “I’m in the middle of an important upgrade. Check out the Help feature or check YouTube for a video you can follow.”
SharePoint user: “Well, I’ve got you on the line right now. Can’t you quickly show me?”
I was reading blog posts that our founder and CEO Asif Rehmani had written a while back. There are some that remain as valuable today as they did back then, so we thought we'd share again some of his insights as a Microsoft MVP and long-time SharePoint thought leader. Enjoy!
Healthcare is one of the most heavily-regulated industries around. Patient privacy is critical. In fact, the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA) and Health Information Technology for Economic and Clinical Health (HITECH) Act both make it mandatory.
Planning on SharePoint support personnel fielding "how to" questions from SharePoint end users and site owners during a migration between versions of SharePoint server, on-premises, isn't a decision likely to deliver optimum returns.
Our CEO Asif Rehmani is always encouraging the VisualSP teams to think about the what's-in-it-for-me (WIIFM) proposition when it comes to our customers. What do they need? What are their challenges? Well, we want to answer WIIFM with an opportunity to engage in some fun in exchange for something valuable – a free ticket!