For me Ignite 2017, is the conference where sub-sites died. The sub-site is dead, long live the site.
For me the Search announcements made at Ignite 2017 are probably the biggest ones that they made at Ignite as they are the ones that really effect an end users experience. An effective and efficient search is fundamental to their productivity.
As part of our drive to Groups and Teams we need to modernize our existing templates. For this work I have been working on a definition of modernity for SharePoint sites
In case you missed it: Microsoft have announced the demise of Site Mailboxes in SharePoint Online. The timeline is challenging. You have around 4-weeks before you'll be prevented from creating new Site Mailboxes. We're removing Site Mailboxes in SharePoint Online MC92090 Published On : 31 January 2017 Expires On : 15 September 2017 Beginning March … Continue reading Announcing the death of Site Mailboxes in SharePoint Online
I'm working on an update to my Office 365 Adoption Plan https://docs.com/simon-denton/8865/adoption-planning-for-office-365 and I'm experimenting with new ways to present the journey.
Whilst in Atlanta for the Microsoft Ignite conference, I took some time out to explore the birth place of Martin Luther King Jr. His family home is located in the Sweet Auburn community. This National Park Service sign explains how the community was subjected to segregation and division: Sadly, more than 50-years on, some of … Continue reading Moving home…
"Ensure that every escape route and exit is still clearly visible when the lights go out"
Let's start with an analogy It's one I use when explaining how change occurs in Office 365. It might need some polish! The super-freighter in the image moves deceptively quickly and it will cross the Atlantic in around 10 days. Whilst though it is slow to start, it takes a long time to change direction … Continue reading How we monitor and react to change in Office 365