This is the first program in the Optimal Training Strategy for sustainable SharePoint user adoption.
Thoroughly training SharePoint and Office 365 end users is an expensive waste of their time and yours! Instead, provide users the context sensitive, on-demand help they need when and where they need it most - while performing their tasks.
Let's suppose that you want certain documents to be shared only with trusted, authenticated external users, in a way that protects sensitive data. After you upload the documents in a dedicated document library, what if you could display a warning dialogue box every time someone visits that library? What if you could automatically instruct end users not to choose the "Share anonymously" option, for example?
As sponsors and presenters at the SharePoint Conference, we want to let you know we will be there and hope to see you at the conference!
There’s a lot coming with the 2019 SharePoint Conference. You will be one of the first to hear about Microsoft's vision, roadmap, and latest innovations across OneDrive for Business, SharePoint, Yammer, Microsoft Teams, Stream and Office 365.
Our CEO Asif Rehmani will be hosting two educational sessions.
How To Build And Maintain An Effective Online Compliance Training Program
One of the hottest trends in the digital age across industries is the growing complexity of regulation. Whether the topic is online privacy, harassment, record retention, sanctions compliance, anti-trust, anti-money-laundering, or a host of other areas – organizations must continually revise policies and educate their users to understand the relevant laws and policies so they can make the right day to day business decisions.
If your organization depends on SharePoint 2010, SharePoint 2013, SharePoint 2016, or SharePoint Online, user training is baked into your SharePoint user adoption (and retention) strategy. So. what has been your company's approach? Has it been effective at getting users to use, and actually enjoy, SharePoint?
"We didn't know we could use Office 365 this way!" We often hear this from companies we work with. It is common for people to use an inefficient process for a long period of time and, by chance, discover that there is a more efficient way of getting things done.
As you know, SharePoint Server 2019 is here. Leveraging the great foundation from the 2016 version, the updates are built to give users the modern experience already characteristic of SharePoint Online.
“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.
Companies have been using Outlook way before Teams came around. Using Outlook for communication is not just a default approach for most people but a habit. This habit needs to be broken; there is a better tool for the job.