Ignite 2018 is almost here! Our Content Services team has a lot of exciting announcements to make. And we can’t wait to share them with you.
We’re starting off the event with a pre-day workshop – Microsoft Content Services (ECM) in Office 365 (PRE07) – with Chris McNulty (aka, "me") on Sunday, 9/23 at 9 am. Be sure to register separately for this pre-day workshop and deep dive into Microsoft Content Services. You’ll learn how to optimize the user experience for document-centric collaboration in SharePoint, OneDrive, and Office 365. Explore the principles of SharePoint information architecture; creation of managed content team sites integrated into Microsoft 365; and deploying Office Lens and content types to ensure content is “born” managed. And much, much more. One lucky attendee will receive a Surface Laptop.
The expo starts on Monday and so does our Passport Adventure promotion.* Visit the booths of seven charter members of the Microsoft Content Services Partner Program, collect their stamps, and turn in your completed passport to the SharePoint Content Services and Business Applications booth (MW341). Time is of the essence. If you’re one of the first 200 entrants, you’ll win a free Microsoft Content Services picnic blanket – perfect for your next adventure.
Throughout the week, join us for one or more of the Content Services related sessions below. You’ll find out more about how Microsoft 365, powered by Office 365 and SharePoint, is redefining enterprise content management and helping companies move toward the future.
Wednesday, 9 am | Chris McNulty and Dan Kogan See firsthand how we continue to push Enterprise Content Management (ECM) forward into the modern content services world. SharePoint in the cloud is far more performant than classic server-based platforms. In this session, get a tour of our latest and upcoming innovations for reusing, creating, collaborating, and protecting information through its lifecycle.
Monday, 2:15 pm | Lori Wright and Jeff Teper Join Lori Wright, General Manager Microsoft 365, and Jeff Teper, CVP - Office, OneDrive & SharePoint, as they unveil exciting new capabilities that enable modern teamwork. Discover how you can use Microsoft 365 in your own organization to empower teams to work better together, communicate and collaborate more dynamically, and ultimately, accomplish results faster.
Monday, 4 pm | Jeff Teper Learn more about the latest innovations and roadmap for content management and collaboration across Microsoft 365, including leveraging SharePoint and OneDrive to empower people to share and work together, inform and engage employees, harness collective knowledge, and transform their business processes.
Monday, 4 pm | Dan Holme and Naomi Moneypenny Learn how SharePoint, Yammer and Stream work together to empower leaders to connect with their organizations, communicators to keep people informed, and people across the organization to engage with each other, share learning and best practices, and improve employee experience.
Tuesday, 2 pm | Chris McNulty and Chakkaradeep (Chaks) Chinnakonda Chandran Join us as we review the roadmap and best practices in our platform for creating business apps solutions (lists, Microsoft PowerApps, forms, Microsoft Flow). We also discuss the patterns to help transform customer solutions that still remain on premises and/or in legacy tool sets like InfoPath, SharePoint Designer or Access web apps.
Thursday, 4 pm | Dan Holme, Tejas Mehta, Mark Kashman, and Jeremy Mazner Join us for an overview of how SharePoint, OneDrive and Teams interact with each other and learn about latest integrations we are working on to bring the richness of SharePoint directly into Teams experiences and vice versa.
Backstage at the keynote...
We look forward to connecting with you at our sessions, at our booth, and throughout the event. Even if you're not attending in person, much of the event is being live streamed, so you can participate from almost anywhere on the planet. And we'll have the latest announcements posted here next week and shared on the Microsoft Content Services Resource Center.
We’re excited to share with you what the Microsoft Content Services team has been developing to help your organization to share and work together, inform and engage employees, harness collective knowledge, and transform their business processes. See you in Orlando!