SharePoint administrators, end users, architects, developers, and other professionals that work with Microsoft SharePoint Technologies will meet for the 5th SPS Events Charlotte event on Saturday, August 26, 2017.
Cardinal is proud to be a Platinum Sponsor and have four consultant's present during the event. Be sure to check out the following presentations:
How to Explain ECM and Get Buy-in
presented by David Wilson Brown
We know that an organization can get more from SharePoint when Enterprise Content Management (ECM) is properly set up but how do you sell a client on embracing implementation? I will discuss how to make that sale of ideas successful and make a good ECM plan that reflects the organizations needs.
Keeping SharePoint Content Secure in Office 365
presented by Dean Gross
There are many features in the Office 365 suite that can be used to provide additional security capabilities to those that are provided by SharePoint Online. This presentation will explain how the Security and Compliance Center, Secure Score, and Advanced Security Management tools can be used to help ensure that content stored in SharePoint sites is maintained in accordance with an organizations security requirements. I will also demonstrate how the Enterprise Mobility + Security tools (Azure Active Directory, Intune and Azure Information Protection) can be used to provide extra levels of security.
GET-ing Your Office 365 Data Using the Microsoft Graph API
presented by Craig Pilkenton
In almost every project these days, 'The Cloud' is part of a client's needs or wants. Whether this is around helping to migrate their data up (Exchange, OneDrive, Planner, and/or SharePoint), or leveraging their existing usage of Office 365 better. One of the latest asks that comes up is how to help their employees access their digital work and digital life data across all of Office 365 in one place.
In this session, I'll walk through showing how we can access the rich data of a user's mail/calendar and documents in one interface to help with critical work and productivity questions.
Office 365 Governance
presented by Cory Williams
SharePoint Online has been undergoing a lot of change over the last year. Not only for the user experience but also as a supporting component for a lot of other Office 365 services. It either helps support or integrates with at least ten other services. That can affect your storage, naming conventions, needing to work with other supporting teams, and various other aspects of your environment. This session will cover at a high level, or it would take numerous days, each of those services and things to consider as an administrator and things to understand as a user interacting with these services.