SharePoint Saturday Twin Cities
SharePoint Saturday is an educational, informative and lively day filled with sessions from respected SharePoint professionals and MVPs. We cover a wide variety of SharePoint topics with sessions for Information Workers, IT Pros and Developers. We also offer a SharePoint 101 track! SharePoint Saturday is FREE, open to the public and is your local chance to immerse yourself in SharePoint!
Register and see Craig Yellick’s presentation at SharePoint Saturday Twin Cities April 6th, 2019
SharePoint is not an island - it exists alongside all the other sources and destinations of data in your organization. This session covers the many ways SharePoint can be integrated with all that data, keeping your users happy and productive. Topics include: surfacing live data via Business Data Connectivity, sync'ing via client-side object model, using the REST-based API, using Flow and PowerApps, leveraging built-in tricks found in the Office apps. See demos of real-world tools we've built for customers. We'll start with easy out-of-the-box features anyone can use and end up at crazy-sophisticated custom sync techniques for developers.
See Zach Welding's and Matt Hackett's presentations at SharePoint Saturday Twin Cities November 17th, 2018
You CAN Have it All with SharePoint,
Teams and Hub Sites
Teams HubSites and SharePoint Together PP - Download
Beautiful Branded Sites PP - Download
Wondering how and when to use Teams with SharePoint? Curious what Hub Sites are for and how they impact your SharePoint sites? In this session you'll see how all three technologies should be considered together in any collaboration scenario. We've got a terrific case study that shows how a major national zoo with over 2,500 staff members use a combination of SharePoint, Teams and Hub Sites to streamline communication, collaboration and workflows to form a truly hybrid business solution.
See Craig Yellick's and Zach Welding's presentations at SharePoint Saturday Twin Cities April 14th, 2018
Blue Net’s Zach Welding’s presentation
Is your SharePoint portal design straight of the box and boring-looking? Is it functional and usable on phones and tablets? This session is all about creating a modern, responsive portal. We’ll discuss how SharePoint sites are styled and themed, and your options for changing and adapting the out-of-the-box style to look great and remain useful on all device sizes.
Blue Net’s Craig Yellick’s presentation
You did it – your organization is successfully “in the cloud” and enjoying the many advantages and benefits of rolling out Office 365 and SharePoint Online. Don’t stop now! There are numerous other IT workloads that are arguably even easier to move to the cloud -- it’s just a matter of understanding your options and setting priorities. In this session we’ll cover seven common IT workloads and how Microsoft Azure can be leveraged for the move to the cloud: Backup, Disaster Recovery, Active Directory (total cloud as well a high availability hybrid), Developer Ops, “Burst” IT Capacity, and SQL Azure.