Tag: sharepoint

SharePoint Migrations just got easier with Microsoft SMAT

Microsoft recently released an innovative new tool that allows us to transport all our creations, content, information, and assets from old platforms such as SharePoint Server 2013 to either SharePoint or OneDrive in Office 365. This tool greatly negates the growing pains associated with… Continue Reading “SharePoint Migrations just got easier with Microsoft SMAT”

4 Easy Steps to SharePoint Data Compliance

Compliance and Data protection has never been more important.  Microsoft has put a huge effort behind the “Data Loss Prevention” and “Labels” as well as site designs and levels to help users do the right thing.  Unfortunately, there has been a major disconnect between… Continue Reading “4 Easy Steps to SharePoint Data Compliance”

Seven SharePoint and Office 365 Predictions for 2019 and Reflections

(I snapped this photo in Indonesia.  I hope you like it!) 1. SharePoint 2019 will become the new base standard, but the community bloggers and speakers will get over it very quickly.  It won’t feel new by June.   Where usually a product is new… Continue Reading “Seven SharePoint and Office 365 Predictions for 2019 and Reflections”

Joel Oleson Awarded MVP – 10 years of Community Building in Pictures

I’m humbled and excited to be recognized by Microsoft as an MVP for Office Apps and Services.  It’s been about 11 years since I left Microsoft back in March 2008, and started my journey to connect to IT communities in every country in the… Continue Reading “Joel Oleson Awarded MVP – 10 years of Community Building in Pictures”

Office 365 SharePoint, Teams, Groups 20x big storage quota increase is game changer!

I am very excited to see the new massive increase in base storage for the Office 365 tenant.  At an organization with 5000 people this means we go from a simple 3.5 TB tenant base storage to an impressive 51 TB.  This will not… Continue Reading “Office 365 SharePoint, Teams, Groups 20x big storage quota increase is game changer!”