David Wilhelm, president of SharePoint Fest, takes some time to discuss where it all began, how they work hand in hand with Microsoft, and why SharePoint Fest offers the most up to date, easily accessible training for all things SharePoint and Office 365.
Ben Niaulin, SharePoint MVP, tells us how Sharegate came to be, why it is different than other migration tools, how it remains relevant in an organization post-migration, and how they utilize conferences like SharePoint Fest to connect with and listen to their audience.
Chris McNulty, Senior Product Manager at Microsoft, goes in-depth on when and how an organization should move to SharePoint online, and how the future is focused on the creation of compelling experiences to go beyond user adoption and truly engage users.
We spotted Joe Dunn with his Hololens at the event, and upon speaking with him learned he has some fantastic ideas on how it can transform the way everyone is working right now, and the exciting possibilities for technology integration in the future.
Chris Johnson from Hyperfish, a new start-up company in the Office 365 space, tells us about their new product that is designed to make your directory data and people data more easily accessible to make various Office 365 tools come alive.
A Senior Technical Product Manager at Microsoft, Bill Baer explains how the recent advances made by SharePoint and Office 365 are really driving user adoption, and delivering more intelligence, insight and analytics than ever before.
Tom Resing, a Content Developer with Microsoft, tells us how important feedback is from customers, how they work with these responses to better the Office 365 experience, and how they look for positive tips from customers to share amongst the community of fellow users.
Nintex is a company that has been in the SharePoint ecosystem for more than 10 years. Mike Fitzmaurice tells us at Nintex, they feel by empowering the individual it empowers the organization, and prepares employees to tackle problems together.
We catch David Wilhelm as the event winds down to discuss some of the feedback he received from attendees of this event, and how the content of each event is enriched by the almost minute to minute evolution SharePoint and Office 365 are known for.