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Advanced PowerShell for remote SharePoint administration & inspection
Level: 300
Track: IT Pro, Developer
As SharePoint admins in ever more secure ecosystems, we often aren't granted access to run PowerShell directly against our onprem farm and 365 tenant. Or perhaps you have access to run the commandlets but need to minimize runtime with parallel processing methodologies. Maybe you're tasked to offload automated tasks to Azure Automation, Functions, or Logic Apps. This session teaches advanced tactics for SharePoint discovery and administration through truly remote PowerShell. Topics will cover a broad range of SharePoint connections and script optimization as we examine collections from Search, exploring object attributes via web services, and parallel processing the objects through use of script blocks, jobs, and queues. Finally we will look to Azure encapsulation and integration with your automated pipeline.


Richard Toland
National Architect, Enterprise & Cloud Architecture Practice
Perpetual Reality
Automating Business Process on your Corporate Files using OneDrive and Flow
Level: 200
Track: IT Pro, End-User, Business
This is an educational workshop where participants can learn about the value, capabilities and benefits of using Flow with OneDrive for Business. Participants will learn how to use preconfigured or custom templates to turn their daily repetitive tasks into multistep workflows within a few clicks. Participants will also learn how they can work smarter and more efficiently by automating workflows that connect OneDrive to the most common cloud apps and services. Examples of OneDrive automation that will be covered include, sending high-priority notifications or emails based on specific triggers, copying files from one service to another, sharing information with your team, as well as automating approval workflows.


Business Process Automation is not Dead!
Level: 100
Track: IT Pro
We've heard it all before - SharePoint solutions are dead. SharePoint Designer is deadish. InfoPath is not far behind. So what does all this mean for your workflow and forms solutions in SharePoint Online or your hybrid environment? Over the past couple of years, Microsoft has released a number of new apps and services that that not only fill the gaps, but provide you with great flexibility.

Join me in this session as I introduce some of these new technologies, including PowerApps, Forms, Flow, LogicApps, Azure Functions, and Azure WebJobs to name a few and discuss the scenarios to best leverage each of them.


Haniel Croitoru
Senior Consultant
Business Process Management & SharePoint – looking beyond workflows.
Level: 100
Track: End-User, Business
Business Processes are the very core of any organization’s operations, and often are the key element that separate an industry leader from a mediocre competitor. Today, many companies have turned their focus on tools like Lean, Six-Sigma, Kanban, TPS, and so on – all with the express goal of process excellence.

And yet, many companies overlook the importance of process management. Instead, they use simple process documentation solutions (like SharePoint) and quick workflow solutions to automate tasks (where workflows have no direct link to the documented process).

Business Process Management is the discipline that combines the importance of process documentation, governance, and change-management, and focuses on process automation over workflows. While traditional BPM was a heavy, complex implementation, Lean-BPM is the new buzzword that focuses on no-code, rapid-deployment process automation solutions that easily integrate with existing systems, including ERP, CRM, and of course, SharePoint. When businesses can leverage SharePoint as part of their BPM strategy, it becomes very easy to achieve real process excellence.


Shyamal Addanki
VP North America
Customize list columns using column formatting and SharePoint Framework Extensions
Level: 200
Track: Developer, Business
When using SharePoint On-premises you can customize columns using JSLink, JavaScript using CEWP etc. With modern sites these options are no longer supported.
In this session, you will learn how you can use column formatting to customize how fields in SharePoint lists and libraries are displayed. You will learn step by step how to use column formatting. This sessions will also cover how you can use SharePoint Framework Extensions to customize the fields in your lists or libraries.


Amit Vasu
Senior Consultant - Office 365/SharePoint
Design SharePoint Sites with No Coding
Level: 100
Track: End-User, Business
ShortPoint Senior Consultant Joe Dormer will explore the ShortPoint platform and design a stunning SharePoint site with no coding from scratch.

During this session, Joe will go through:

Brand SharePoint Sites and Themes
Design a new page
ShortPoint SPFx and Modern SharePoint
ShortPoint Features Tour
Copy & Paste Intranet Designs


Joe Dormer
Senior ShortPoint Consultant
Increase your collaboration with Azure Automation
Level: 300
Track: IT Pro
As hybrid cloud embraces a wider range of technologies and platforms within Microsoft and other cloud infrastructure, PowerShell has evolved into a DevOps tool that can be used to manage everything in your environment.

With many organizations embracing multiple cloud solutions as Platform as a Service to meet their business needs, collaboration and integration between different platforms are more essentials than ever.

In this sessions, we will review how you can build integration apps using Azure Automation, Azure functions, and PowerShell to bridge the collaboration gap between different cloud infrastructure, such as Salesforce and Office 365. Come learn how you can build serverless solutions to enhance your collaboration experience within your environment.
Microsoft Planner – A Modern Day Project Planning Tool
Level: 100
Join me as I take you on a journey through Microsoft Planner. A modern-day project planning tool, Planner is a powerful way to manage your projects and it keeps getting better every day. I will walk you through some of the many features of Planner as well as demonstrate several integration points within Office 365 such as Teams, OneDrive, OneNote and SharePoint. I will also provide specific examples as to how I use Planner to manage my own projects and events.


Rick Garcia
Project Manager
Microsoft Teams: Real World Uses and Tips to Maximize Efficiency
Level: 100
Track: IT Pro, End-User, Business
Get excited about Teams! With the ever-increasing features, it can be a powerful collaboration tool. Getting started and combining all your collaboration and messaging into Teams can be daunting and there are a lot of different ways people use the tool. Everyone from end users to administrators can benefit from the ideas presented in this introductory session.
This session will cover the basics of how to use Teams and real world “from the trenches” strategies to boost collaboration and make the most out of Microsoft Teams.
•    Teams essentials
•    Chat and meetings
•    Creating Teams
•    Channel settings
•    Organizing your team files
•    Keeping up with new features
•    Tips to engage your team


Office 365 Getting Started with SharePoint
Level: 100
Track: End-User, Business
This course shows how to create and utilize a basic SharePoint site, and gives an overview of how to work with different types of files, lists, and libraries.

This course is for SharePoint site owners or administrators who need to know how to create, edit, and utilize the basic components of a SharePoint site.

Upon completion of this course, students will be able to create and share SharePoint sites, add content to sites, work with files, collaborate on documents, use the newsfeed, set alerts, and create libraries, web parts, and lists.

•    Sites Overview – Learn about the layout of SharePoint and what it can be used for.
•    Creating and Sharing a Site – Learn how to create sites, share sites, and work with site permissions.
•    Adding Content to a Site – Learn how to add apps to a site.
•    Creating a Library – Learn how to add document libraries to a site.
•    Inserting a Web Part – Learn about web parts and how to add them to a site.
•    Working with Files – Learn different ways to add and search for files in a library.
•    Creating a List – Learn how to add lists to a site.
•    Document Collaboration – Learn how to share documents, and how to check a document in and out.
•    Setting an Alert – Learn how to set alerts on files and libraries to get notified of changes.
•    Working with Views – Learn how to use Library View, List View, and customized personal views


Joseph  Christian
Applications Instructor
New Horizons
OneDrive What's new
Level: 100
Track: IT Pro, End-User, Business
Hear about the latest updates to OneDrive. The session will give a tour of the latest updates to OneDrive.


Michael Kollver
Technical Sales Professional
Security in Office 365, Plan, Do, Check, Act, Repeat
Level: 200
Track: IT Pro, End-User
When your information is available in the Cloud, people want to know if their data is safe and secure. Microsoft does already a really good job in making sure that the data in their datacenter is as secure as it can be, but in this session, we will discuss what can YOU do. Securing your data in Office 365 can be done in so many different ways, that sometimes it is easy to get lost in the process. In this session, we are going to cover the different options you have in Office 365 to secure and protect your data and provide you with best practices on how to implement these in your organization. We will use the security score within Office 365 to guide us to implement an Office 365 tenant as securely as possible without compromising collaboration and end-user efficiency.
Stage-Based Workflows: Principles and Practices
Level: 200
Track: Developer, Business
The feature that most justifies Microsoft Flow Plan 2 is Business Process Flows; they're the Flow platform's implementation of stage/state machine logic. SharePoint Designer 2013 supports it, as do offerings by ISVs like WebCon and Nintex. This session will start by explaining how stage-based designs and processes work, move on to why they're often far better than classic sequential processes, and conclude with examples of how to build and run such solutions. It's the most useful workflow "secret" you can possibly learn.


Mike Fitzmaurice
Chief Technology Officer
Teams Architecture, what's happening behind the scenes and how?
Level: 200
Track: IT Pro, End-User, Business
Your organization has probably started at least looking at Microsoft Teams, if not deploying in earnest. But do you know how everything being exposed in Microsoft Teams is pulled together? Do you even know what all you are connecting to in Teams? Microsoft Teams unifies a whole host of components from across a wide array of Office 365 services. This session will be a deep-dive into the underlying architecture of Microsoft Teams, the client experience and how Microsoft Teams pulls information and collaboration together into a unified experience for users.


Tim Beamer
Microsoft Cloud Engineer
Plus Consulting
The office of the future with Cortana, Invoke and Office 365
Level: 300
Track: Developer
In this session we will show how to create Cortana skills to use in conjunction with Office 365 and SharePoint Online. Voice capability will be the next frontier in efficiency and user interface. In this session we will look at:

1. Tools and software required to set up for Cortana development
2. How to develop Cortana skills
3. Live examples using the built in Cortana app and using the Invoke speaker


Bill Crider
Director, SharePoint products and services
Whats New in SharePoint 2019
Level: 200
Track: IT Pro
This will be interesting session and attendee will learn about the SharePoint 2019. This session will cover following topics. I.e.
•    What’s New features
•    Hardware & software Requirement
•    Software Requirement
•    Hybrid Requirement
•    What’s going away
•    SharePoint Designer
•    Workflow manager


waqas sarwar
SharePoint Infrastructure engineer


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