M365VM – Demystifying Microsoft 365 for End Users and Business Decision Makers

Looking to demystify and make sense of Microsoft 365’s many components and facets? Did you just buy Microsoft Office 365 or Windows? Or a Virtual Desktop on Azure? Looking for a sandbox to kick the tires on services? Come on over to this session as Dan and Jay help you wrap your head around the basics, from the ground up, and understand the capabilities you now have at your fingertips.

M365VM – Getting Started with Microsoft 365

Did you just become the Microsoft 365 Admin? Looking to ramp up and understand how to properly configure your environment to allow users to make the best of Office 365 Apps and Microsoft 365 Services? Then join us as we lay the foundation for success. During this session, we’ll work through the basics of what Microsoft 365 is, how it is operated, how to provision a Microsoft 365 tenant, setup directory synchronization and start making use of your resources rapidly.

The Architecture is Flat #M365California

During this presentation, Joy Apple and Jay Leask discussed the value of a flat information architecture for collaboration in the Microsoft platform, especially in SharePoint 2013 and newer. The presentation attached contains notes and links discussed during our session and can be downloaded for use. This presentation was presented by Joy Apple and Jay Leask… Continue Reading →

Ensuring Hybrid SharePoint #M365California

During this presentation, Craig Jahnke and Jay Leask discussed Hybrid SharePoint with SharePoint Online, 2013, 2016, and 2019. The presentation attached contains notes and links discussed during our session and can be downloaded for use. This presentation was presented by Craig Jahnke and Jay Leask at M365 Friday California, January 22, 2021

SharePoint, Durable Links, and OneDrive for Business

At Microsoft Tech Summt DC, I led a deep dive presentation on OneDrive for Business. A question that came up which I wanted to research more was around shared documents: if a shared document is moved or renamed, do the shared URLs continue to work? In SharePoint 2016, Microsoft added Durable Links, which enable users to share a document with the knowledge that moving or renaming it won’t break someone’s bookmarked link to it.

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