Get the latest roadmap and vision for Microsoft Search, new development opportunities, and new ways to connect Microsoft Search to your world of information outside of Microsoft 365.
Subscribe to the Microsoft Search Learning Path at Microsoft Ignite and get access to all of the latest Microsoft Search news, announcements, and learning opportunities. Learning Paths provide a unique opportunity to follow a series of modules designed to provide an end-to-end learning experience for your topics of choice. You can learn more about the Microsoft Search Learning Path at https://myignite.techcommunity.microsoft.com/learning-paths/83231.
Learning Path modules for Microsoft Search include:
Get the latest updates on Microsoft Search. Come on the journey to learn how insights, actions, and answers are being built into your everyday experiences across Microsoft 365, Bing, and Edge. See the latest roadmap across all of your experiences, from SharePoint to Office and beyond. In addition, get insights on how to connect external third-party content connectors, customization, and extensibility.
Learn about the impact of Microsoft Search on you, the administrator. We’ll take you through the inner workings of Microsoft Search and pull back the curtains on the architecture. Then we’ll translate that into practical tasks for search administration that will help you and your organization get the most out of Microsoft Search.
Modern information workers need to find knowledge quickly and easily regardless of where the data resides. Come take a first look at Microsoft Graph Connectors, which will enable users in your enterprise to search over content sources beyond Microsoft 365. You will see how Microsoft and our partners are jointly making Microsoft Search more powerful to benefit your users. We will also show you a simple set of APIs that you can start using for your custom connector development.
For human beings, reading comprehension is a basic task, performed daily. As early as in elementary school, we can read an article, and answer questions about its key ideas and details. But for AI, full reading comprehension is still an elusive goal—but a necessary one if we’re going to measure and achieve general intelligence AI. In search applications, machine comprehension will give a precise answer rather than a URL that contains the answer somewhere within a lengthy web page. Moreover, machine comprehension models can understand specific knowledge embedded in articles that usually cover narrow and specific domains, where the search data that algorithms depend upon is sparse. In this session, see and learn about the latest innovation with natural language and machine reading comprehension in Microsoft Search.
Microsoft Search is an intelligent, enterprise search experience from Microsoft that applies the artificial intelligence technology (AI) from Bing and deep personalized insights surfaced by the Microsoft Graph, to make search more effective for you. In this session, we demonstrate new Graph APIs and how Microsoft Search will let you create and customize rich search experiences around all of your enterprise content, regardless of where it resides. See our roadmap and examples of how to modernize your existing SharePoint-based enterprise search experiences to take full advantage of Microsoft Search.
In addition to the Learning Path sessions above, we also have several great sessions to immersive yourself deeper into new Microsoft Search experiences, see the latest innovation in demo-centric theater sessions and more…
Microsoft Search in Bing is a new search offering that helps you save time by bringing you the best of the web and work in a single experience. In this session learn how to make the most of world and work information, get tips and tricks on best practices, see demos of what’s new and what’s coming, and learn about the roadmap for Microsoft Search in Bing and Edge.
BRK2034 What’s new and what’s next: AI-powered experiences in Microsoft 365
Microsoft 365 uses AI to help employees overcome some of the realities of modern work, including increasing time demands, overwhelming amounts of data, and growing security threats. Learn what's new and what's coming with AI in Microsoft 365 and how to strategically apply AI in your organization, shape your AI strategy, foster an AI culture, and implement AI responsibility.
Microsoft Graph Connectors let you connect to external data sources to make them searchable from Microsoft Search. Come take a look at how a search admin can easily set up some out-of-box connectors to popular data sources and enable information workers to search over them from various Microsoft Search endpoints.
For human beings, reading comprehension is a basic task, performed daily. As early as in elementary school, we can read an article, and answer questions about its key ideas and details. But for AI, full reading comprehension is still an elusive goal–but a necessary one if we’re going to measure and achieve general intelligence AI. In search applications, machine comprehension will give a precise answer rather than a URL that contains the answer somewhere within a lengthy web page. Moreover, machine comprehension models can understand specific knowledge embedded in articles that usually cover narrow and specific domains, where the search data that algorithms depend upon is sparse. In this session, see and learn about the latest innovation with natural language and machine reading comprehension in Microsoft Search.
Learn how to connect your world of information with Microsoft Search with the new Microsoft Search public API in the Microsoft Graph. In this session, learn how to integrate results from Microsoft Search into your own applications, programmatic access to search, and how to build a tailored search experience through guidance, demos, and more.
Join us to learn more about how we are reimagining people/profile experiences across Office 365 by harnessing the rich data and signals available across Microsoft and LinkedIn graphs. We announce new capabilities that can suggest projects, topics that you can choose to highlight in your profile, and help you get discovered for your expertise through Microsoft Search. We also walk through new timely and contextual nudges/highlights from LinkedIn and MyAnalytics to help you complete tasks and stay informed on important updates from your colleagues and share improvements being made available to help with profile field extensibility scenarios.
Still have questions? You can meet with the Microsoft Search team at Microsoft Ignite!
We're very excited about our presence at Ignite this year as we have A LOT to announce! As such, we anticipate you might want to meet with us to go deeper than what we might cover in our sessions. With that said, we're pleased to offer side meeting opportunities to our customers and partners. If you would like to have a side meeting with our team, please fill out the request form at https://aka.ms/meetsearch so your nomination can be considered. Do this soon as schedules will fill fast!
Finally, we’re always here to answer your questions whether you’re attending Ignite or not. Follow us on Twitter @MicrosoftSearch or visit the Microsoft Search Resource Center at https://aka.ms/MicrosoftSearch or if you're in Orlando, visit one of our Microsoft Search booths in the Microsoft Showcase and pick up some search swag while you're there.
We’ll “find” you in Orlando ‘-)
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