Buzzkill & This Week in Teams cohost Jay Leask joined the SPFest team as they brought the #365EduCon brand to Washington DC. Headlined by Microsoft’s Teams & Adoption SME Karuana Gatium, 365 EduCon DC was two years in the making as SPFest DC was delayed twice due to the pandemic. Much of the content was geared toward a US Federal Government who, prior to COVID, was very hesitant to take to someone else’s computer (i.e., the Cloud). Many of these federal agencies quickly found themselves jumping into Microsoft’s SaaS collaboration platform, so while two years ago we assumed this conference would be heavily focused on on-premises content, we found a great deal of interest in the cloud and much less on older platforms.
This presentation was presented by Joy Apple and Jay Leask at M365 Friday Cabo San Lucas #M365Cabo, Friday, November 11, 2021. #M365Cabo was a unique hybrid conference in which both English and Spanish-speaking presenters shared content both virtually and joined together in Cabo San Lucas, Mexico, to present to a virtual audience of over 500 registrants.
OTSN podcast hosts Jay Leask (Buzzkill & This Week in Teams) and Craig Jahnke (This Week in Teams) were live and in person late July for SharePoint Fest Chicago, the first in-person conference in what feels like years (but … not quite). This is a list of their presentations, with slides, where available.
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 →
Joy T. Apple, or Joy of SharePoint, took time with Craig & Jay to talk about the many considerations you should have when considering the Information Architecture of your Teams.
This week Hunter and Jay enter the world of Information Management and Information Architecture. Information Management and Information Architecture are key components to the usability of an information system – IM helps you know the processes for managing tacit knowledge, documenting it as elicit knowledge, and finally recording it as authoritative, or records. IA is all about how your people FIND that information, how it’s organized. To aid in the conversation, Jay and Hunter are very thankful to have solution architects Erin Glenn and Matt Barns to join us and tell their stories.