This month I’m trying a 30-minute webinar and the topic is exactly what it says above, my top 5 things to consider when getting started with Office 365. In fact, you can go register for it right now at https://intg.ink/office365webinar.
Interested in getting your Office 365 Certification? Great, on June 7th, Opsgility will be hosting a webinar where I’ll present “Office 365 Certification Overview”. In this webinar, you’ll get an overview of the topics you’ll need to know to get certified in Office 365. It will cover both Microsoft exams 70-346 and 70-347 and cover the three primary pillars: SharePoint, … Read More
This coming Thursday, October 22, I’ll be giving a presentation at the Jacksonville SharePoint Users Group (JaxSPUG) on PowerShell and Office 365. The title of the session is “Getting Started with PowerShell for Office 365” with the primary focus being SharePoint Online. We would love for you to join us! Head on over to http://www.jaxspug.org/getting-started-with-powershell-for-office-365/ to view more details about … Read More
A little bit of an unusual post for me with just a rough post of bullet points I jotted down the other day. With the recent release of Groups in Office 365 I just wanted write down thoughts that I’ve gleaned over the last couple of days from the YamJam, Microsoft Posts, and a brief webcast from Michael Ganotti – … Read More
Let me start of by clarifying what Microsoft has already published, the Content Search Web Part is only available in Office 365 Plans E3, E4, A3, A4, G3, G4, E3 for non-profits. See the FAQ here – http://blogs.office.com/b/office365tech/archive/2013/10/29/search-innovations-for-site-and-portal-design-in-sharepoint-online.aspx However, if you’re like me, you may have gone to a site to add the web part and not seen it even … Read More
If you’ve ever tried to add a Calendar to your Publish SharePoint site running on the Office 365 P1 plan, you’ve probably noticed that it isn’t an option. However, with a little bit of work, you can get around it. Sign into your Public Facing Site, go to Site Settings and Site Content. Add a “Custom List” App Give you … Read More
So, I signed up for an Office 365 account a few months back. Lync offers a great solution for hosting online meetings. However, one downside is there isn’t any options included with Office 365 for integrating a telephone audio conference with your online meeting/built in Lync audio. They do offer an option though, the capabilities are there to integrated with … Read More