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The Top 10 Lessons Learned from 10 Years in the SharePoint Community

Last week was my birthday.   It was a time of reflection  as I look back on being part of the SharePoint Community for over ten years… wow I’m old.

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The North American Collaboration Summit is Back

Celebrating 10 years in the Ozarks

 

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It’s Time to Modernize Your Company FAQ with a No-Code Bot in Microsoft Teams

The thought of creating a bot may sound like a daunting task to anyone without a technical background. I know as a developer when I was tasked with writing a Question and Answer bot for my Microsoft Ignite Session this year that I co-presented with Larry Jin on the Microsoft Teams Team I was apprehensive as to what all it would entail.

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Migration Mapping: The Case of the Superseded Server

I spent a week in early December working on-site with clients; helping them look at content on their soon to be legacy file shares and mapping that content to its new home in SharePoint.   

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[Video] Watch PAIT's Microsoft MVP Stephanie Donahue Discuss Office 365 Security and Compliance

Over the last year, PAIT Group's President and Microsoft MVP Stephanie Donahue has spoken at numerous industry leading conferences and events. This included SharePoint Fest DC, where she led Office 365 collaboration tool discussions on migration strategy, business productivity, deployment planning, and PowerApps. 

As an AvePoint Community Champion, Stephanie also got a chance to link up to discuss Office 365 security and compliance with fellow Microsoft MVP and AvePoint CMO, Dux Raymond, at SPFest. Check out their conversation below!

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Maintaining Sanity in a World of Constant Change

One question I get asked all the time is “How do you stay on top of the changing Office 365 landscape?” It’s crazy! Right? New features are continually rolled out. Old functionality is no longer considered “best practice” and we get at least two “must have” new applications every year.  Some changes are minor like the addition of new web parts, while others can have significant financial impact like the recent change to Microsoft Flow licensing.

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