Conference introduction with Paul Thurrott and Russell Smith. Paul and Russell will provide a brief introduction to the day's events. Additionally, Paul and Russell will host a Q&A with each presenter for 15 minutes at the end of each session. So, there will be plenty of opportunities to get your questions to our experts!
Microsoft 365 includes powerful collaboration features that allow teams to work on and share documents more easily than ever before. But do you understand how all these features work, and how to manage and secure them? This session takes you through sharing and collaboration in Microsoft 365, and how you can control who can share what, and with whom. You will also learn how Microsoft's new Loop components work and about co-authoring.
Creating software solutions as a citizen developer is never easy, but not being able to easily manage your creations can be even more stressful. Microsoft’s Power Platform gives you the low-code tools you need to build, but what’s even more impressive is how it works so handily with security, governance, and compliance measures. In this session, you'll learn best practices to govern the Power Platform (Power BI, Power Apps, Power Automate, and Virtual Power Agents) and how to take full advantage of each of them with step-by-step examples.
Microsoft Lists is an evolution of SharePoint Lists and it provides a powerful work management and information tracking solution for small teams. Lists can be used to track events, asset management, content scheduling, and almost any other work management or information tracking task that you can think of. In this session, you will learn how Microsoft's hybrid spreadsheet/database app can be used to help your team keep track of what's important for delivery projects.
In this round table session, Microsoft professionals discuss the differences between the 3 main collaboration platforms in Microsoft 365. You'll learn how they differ from each other, their future, and what criteria you should consider before making a decision about which one to use. We'll also discuss the nuances of managing each solution.
Power Automate Flows allow non-technical users to automate tasks in Microsoft 365 using a low-code solution. For example, whether you want to set up an approval workflow or automatically move a document from one location to another when triggered by an event, a Flow can provide the solution. In this session, you will learn how to create your own Flows in Power Automate using the built-in templates to get started quickly and how to modify Flows so that they meet your requirements.
Microsoft Teams offers several different ways to connect remotely either to colleagues, business partners, or other audience. In this session, you will learn how to choose the right event type in Teams, what the licensing requirements are for each type of event, the technical differences between meetings, live events, and webinars; and how to get started running these types of events.
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