40 Ways that Microsoft 365 Can Deliver Productivity Wins
Level: 100
Track: End-User, Business
Most people understand the core capabilities of Windows and Office: they can log in, access email, upload documents to OneDrive, join in discussions via Skype or Yammer. But are there features that can help you unlock personal or team productivity? This presentation walks through 40 features within the Microsoft 365 offering (Office 365, Windows 10, mobility + security features) that can help end users and their teams unlock untapped productivity and get the most out of Microsoft 365.
Auditing and Optimization methodologies for your Office365 tenant
Level: 300
Track: IT Pro, Developer, Business
You want to monitor datas usage & security in your Offce 365 ?
You want to analyze and understand the usage for the different services for your Office 365 Tenant
You want to understand and improve the user adoption with the Office 365 tools and services

So come to our session !

you will understand with a lots of demos how to get all the information, how to customize reports to get the most of your Office 365 tenant.
Building SharePoint Framework solutions using Office UI Fabric, Microsoft Graph and PnP-JS
Level: 300
Track: Developer
In this session you will learn how to build real business solutions for SharePoint Online using the new SharePoint Framework. You will see how to leverage the Microsoft Office UI Fabric React components, the Microsoft Graph, and the marvellous PnP-JS library. The session will illustrates samples from the SharePoint PnP project, as well as concrete examples based on the real-life experience of the speaker.
Count Bobby Discovers the Microsoft Graph
Level: 300
Track: Developer
The Microsoft Graph is the single endpoint for accessing cloud-stored information, either in organizational settings or for consumers. It allows you to find out about machines (think Intune), users and their relationships (think Outlook), as well as OneDrive, Excel and obviously Sharepoint. The Graph API is growing by leaps and bounds every month, and thus we cannot look at all API details. Instead, we are going take a look at the overarching concepts across all resource types, from authentication to common operations, to advanced concepts such as delta query and webhooks.
Deep Dive into Office 365 Groups
Level: 200
Track: IT Pro, End-User, Business
Groups, Groups and more Groups for Office 365, the vision from the productivity team at Microsoft for your organization in terms of collaboration. But what are they exactly and how does it work?
This session will deep dive into Groups, it’ll help you understand how it actually works behind the scenes, how they get created and what level of administration is available for you as an Admin.
It’ll then explore the flow users will experience when working with Groups for Office 365 to see first hand the experience delivered.
What are Groups for Office 365
How do they work behind the scenes on a technical level
Administrative capabilities as an admin
Experience from the End Users perspective
Different mobile apps that work with Groups
What’s on the roadmap and understanding the vision
Without a doubt, Microsoft is investing heavily in Groups for Office 365 setting a new experience for team collaboration in the enterprise. Come see it live and see if it fits your collaborative needs for teams.
Expand your platform with Azure App Service
Level: 200
Track: Developer
The small and mid-size companies that want to expand their solutions and infrastructure usually utilize the Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS) concept as they find it easy, controllable and expandable. While that approach is great, there is simpler, specialized Azure App Service that enables you to host web apps, mobile apps, and API apps without configuring virtual machine and all supporting networking infrastructure. This topic will enable the audience to get a overview of the Azure App Service, select a plan and deployment methods (Visual Studio, FTP clients, Azure PS) and even configure Web Apps and use Azure WebJobs feature to schedule tasks. As an bonus, we well cover the Azure Traffic Manager to distribute requests between two or more app services.


Manager (Cloud Transformation Advisory at KPMG), Microsoft Certified Trainer
From event receivers to SharePoint Webhooks
Level: 300
Track: Developer
Reacting to events that happen inside SharePoint has always been one of the most common extensibility points and core to many customizations to the platform. For a long time, we've had Event Receivers, which allow developers to inject code into SharePoint that gets called whenever a specific event occurs. It works well but because Event Receivers run inside SharePoint are require assemblies to be deployed to servers, it has no place in today's cloud world.

With SharePoint Online, Microsoft came up with Remote Event Receivers, a way to support the same use cases but keeping the code outside of SharePoint. Recently, Microsoft decided to embrace industry standards and added support for webhooks in SharePoint.

In this session you'll learn what are webhooks and how they differ from SharePoint's event receivers and remote event receivers. We'll discuss how to subscribe to a webhook and what are the development patterns when using SharePoint's webhooks.


Getting started with developing for Microsoft Teams
Level: 200
Track: Developer
You might already have heard from this great new app teams in this session I will talk about how to develop in this new app. First you need to know what it takes to Design a great a bot, connector or tab will give you a overview of which options you have after creating a bot, connector or tab you might want to package your app for the public. In your bot, connector or tab you may want to configure information I will show you how to create this configuration page. In this teams you want to create a content page when users visit your tab I will show you how.


Microsoft Flow and PowerApps End-To-End
Level: 200
Track: IT Pro, Business
End of 2016 Microsoft made Flow and PowerApps general available, after being in public preview for more than half a year. With Microsoft Flow it is possible to connect multiple services (both cloud based and on-premises) and build automated workflows based on an information exchange between these services. PowerApps is a service that lets you create business apps in a relatively short period of time (in minutes up to just a couple of days), publish these apps instantly for web and mobile, and share them with team members or even the entire organisation.

For users, this is all wonderful. But what does this mean for administrators? How to handle security and control? How can you support hybrid scenarios? What is happening in the background? What if something doesn’t work?

In this session I will answer all these questions. We'll build a combined PowerApp / Flow solution for holiday requests. We’ll talk about the Flow and PowerApps Admin Center where you can control which services are allowed to connect to business data and/or public data, and define environments that Flows and PowerApps are allowed to run in. We’ll also cover hybrid scenarios and how you can connect to on-premises SQL databases and SharePoint farms. And finally I will show you how you can assist your users in troubleshooting when something goes wrong.
Office 365 Groups and Planner API - Getting Started
Level: 200
Office 365 Groups have the main purpose to increase productivity of teams by leveraging different services under a single hub, as well as underlying technology to Planner and Teams in Office 365. Groups can be accessed through Microsoft Graph API that provide relevant information through set of resources contained in the group content. In this session you will get introduced to Groups and Planner APIs in Office 365, learn what are the basic resources available through REST calls and how to use them in your applications. Depending on available time, we might spend some time introducing Microsoft Graph API.


Dragan Panjkov
K2NE Germany GmbH
Office 365 next level Security: Web Service Impersonation using AzureAD
Level: 300
Track: IT Pro, Developer
As more and more Users and Companies move from On Premises towards Office 365 two questions remain omnipresent: 1. How to deal with User Security? 2. How to deal with Web Services that are outside the Office 365 World? This could get even more complicated in a multi-tenant and multi-server architecture.

The good part is: Office 365 offers a way to impersonate users for any Web Service that is used within SharePoint, Dynamics CRM, Teams or any other Office 365 App. The (yet) improvable part: Not many users and developers know about this.

Join my session to see a live SharePoint example of how we seamlessly integrated our dox42 Web Service into Office 365 using Azure Active Directory functionality.


Johannes Linder
Technical Evangelist
Office 365 tenant to tenant migration - a complete survival guide
Level: 200
Track: IT Pro, Business
As nowadays many companies use Office 365 for different scenarios more and more enterprises need to have a plan to migrate content from one tenant into another tenant due to mergers and acquisitions. The main difficulty with this is to develop a plan in order to migrate all contents from the source to the destination tenant as there are dependencies to the local Active Directory infrastructure, which should not be forgotten.
Another problem is that many companies use different services for the same purpose. This also needs be considered when doing such a tenant merge.

Therefore, this session should provide a guide on how to migrate services like SharePoint Online, Exchange Online, Office 365 Groups, Teams and all other major services from one tenant to another with little user impact and zero loss of productivity for the users. Additionally common scenarios will be outlined with real-world approaches for migrations and possible stumbling blocks.
SharePoint and CRM in the 365 World
Level: 200
Track: IT Pro, End-User, Business
There have been integrations between SharePoint and CRM since 2011, but now the landscape has changed dramatically. The availability of Office 365 and Dynamics 365 has brought many new possibilities for delivering solutions using both technologies. This session will explore three key areas of integration to show that it is not as simple as just SharePoint and CRM anymore.

Firstly it will be demonstrated how the Document Management links between CRM and SharePoint have grown significantly in Office 365 versus On Premises Deployments. It will then be shown that CRM with Office 365 Groups potentially offers a far better collaboration option for Documents. Finally a focus on Powers Apps and Flow will show there are integration possibilities with SharePoint and CRM which previously was only the realm of developers.
SharePoint Framework, Angular & Azure Functions : The modern SharePoint developer tool belt
Level: 300
Track: Developer
Things are moving fast. Sometimes you might even feel that you own comfort zone is getting of control. But in a Mobile-First, Cloud-First world, things are changing to a crazy pace and to stay on the top of your game, you need keep up with the latest and greatest technologies that are available out there. By staying up to date, you will give to yourself new options that will let you be more productive, write better code and push you in a more open and more collaborative world.

With the official shipment of Angular 4 and the current release of the SharePoint Framework, it is now the time to start moving towards those new technologies in your SharePoint Solutions.

In this session, we will cover the modern tool belt of the SharePoint developer by covering the SharePoint Framework as the new surface to express yourself, Angular as a Framework to enable you to build complete applications within your SharePoint modern experiences and Azure Function as the perfect server-side companion for all your Office 365 & Azure development.

This very demo-intensive session will make sure that at the end you get those 3 key takeaways :

- Understand the role of the SharePoint Framework, Angular and Azure Functions in this Cloud-First, Mobile-First world
- Have a complete sample where the modern tool belt is relevant and useful in a real-world scenario
- Change the way you will think for your next SharePoint project


Sebastien Levert
Product Evangelist & Partner Manager | Office Development MVP
Valo Intranet
Supercharge your insights with Flow & Power BI
Level: 200
Track: IT Pro, Business
In today's world, the amount of data is continuously growing. The need for turning data into insights and meaningful actions is more important than ever. For anyone in the business, not just data wizards and automation pros.

Enter Microsoft's Office 365 services: Power BI and Flow.

Power BI, a business analytics service, enables you to get all the process insights you need. Combine the power of analytics with Flow, a platform for task automation and what you get is real data driven automation.

We'll explore what both services actually are, when to use them and most importantly how to connect them. Based on real life examples we will build out dashboards, connect them to Flow and turn all our insights into immediate actions. We might even throw some IoT scenarios in there.


Patrick Hosch
Manager Technical Evangelism - EMEA
Tagging and Content Management in SharePoint and Office 365.
Level: 200
Track: End-User, Business
This session will talk about the current ways of tagging content in SharePoint and Office 365. This session will start back at the basics for users new to SharePoint, but move quickly through some of the more advanced capabilities on offer. With a multitude of options from columns, Content Types, Delve Tasks, Yammer Topics, etc what should you use and when?
Use Office UI Fabric React to Build Beauty with SharePoint
Level: 200
Track: IT Pro, Developer
When Microsoft released the Office UI Fabric, they enabled SharePoint developers to quickly build custom webparts, controls and applications that could inherit the innate look and feel of Office 365 and SharePoint with simple to use structured code. With Office UI Fabric React, we can quickly build sophisticated controls, tightly bound to SharePoint, such as command bars, color pickers, people pickers, panels, buttons and much more all tied in with React, the default rendering engine for the SharePoint Framework.

In this session we will introduce the Office UI Fabric and learn how to use include it in our current or next SharePoint projects. After a quick introduction of the basics and how to get started, we will dig into code samples so as to see we can build our own applications that look to be a part of SharePoint.

Benefits of this Session:

•    Overview of Office UI Fabric
•    Learn how to use Office UI Fabric with React to leverage repeatable components and controls.
•    See how you can begin using Office UI Fabric React now
Using SharePoint with Cortana Cognitive Services for automatic image tagging
Level: 200
Track: IT Pro, Developer, Business
How would you search for images in SharePoint? Well, if nobody set the correct keywords, then even SharePoint Search fails. But what if Image tagging could be done automatically? In this Session we will use the Cognitive Services API for implementing automatic Image tagging in SharePoint and Office365. We will also take a look at Webhooks and how they work in SharePoint Online.

Working with OneDrive for Business
Level: 300
Track: IT Pro, Business
There was a long way from synchronize Files between your local machine and SharePoint Team Sites, Groups and OneDrive for Business. This session describes the implementation of Next Generation Sync Client (NGSC), the limitations and the competitors, Roadmap of NGSC Limitations of NGSC, the competitors (Dropbox, Box,… and OneDrive Personal) , what may be synchronized (OneDrive Personal, OneDrive for Business, Team Sites,…) and NGSC for administrators. and: almost the latest news from Microsoft


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