First of all, I can't believe I haven't blogged since February. I'm sorry. I mean, hopefully it only effects me, but I have so much I want to document and I keep not having time. New role, new team, new skills. Too hard to keep on top. Thanks to Christian for the excuse to easily pull together a blog based on these amazing #TweetJams
Catching up a little, below is not only the February content but a little spillover from January ... but we'll still say it's the Feb role call. It's actually been…
Did you know you could build tables in OneNote? It's actually fairly straightforward. Now, Tables aren't particularly strong in OneNote, but this is a note-taking program, not a project management tool. #OdeToOneNote
The Search is BEAUTIFUL OK - this one is going to take a couple screenshots. First of all, the search is REALLY GOOD for a simple page database. Like, really…
Today, December 29th, Christian Buckley hosted his annual year-end wrap up #CollabTalk TweetJam. The December TweetJam is typically the largest of the year, with community members peeking out from behind their usual work to make their predictions for the Microsoft stack in 2022.
On November 30th I joined Christian Buckley's #CollabTalk for another TweetJam - this time focused on security and collaboration.
I missed a few months, but on May 12th I jumped back into the Twittersphere for another #CollabTalk put out by the infamous BuckleyPlanet - this time focused on Improving Productivity in the Enterprise.
This past week I, along with a few of the community's most vocal members, kicked off our first virtual, monthly, panel. Each month we will review government-specific news, looking at updates to the GCC, GCC-H, and DOD environments for Office 365 and the Azure Government platform. We will bring in subject matter experts from Microsoft, government agencies, and supporting consultants and contractors to discuss topics that matter to the users of these environments. We will spotlight government-focused community events. And we will do our best to spotlight where documentation, features, vendors, and government are helping to further the community and technology available to them. My monthly cohosts include
On Friday, January 22, 2021, Chris Hoard, Office Apps & Services MVP, is presenting a session at M365 Friday California titled “Microsoft Teams App Management Fundamentals”. During this session he will dig into the concept of Teams as a Platform (TaaP) and share with administrators the fundamentals of managing third party apps to protect your data while providing end users the best overall experience.
Click through to read how ORNL used Microsoft Teams to modernize their communications, collaboration, and meetings infrastructure, enabling end users to be successful in the face of the unexpected difficulties of COVID19.