Modern Workplace & Microsoft Teams Summit
Stay in the loop
NEWSLETTER SIGN UP
Wednesday, April 8, 2020
In April, Peter Carson, the president of Extranet User Manager will be delivering 2 educational sessions at the Modern Workplace Summit online event.
Modern WorkPlace Summit is event is geared towards building a community of business decision-makers, sponsors, champions, power users and end-users for Microsoft Teams. Our mission is to enable them with real-world examples of how a Modern WorkPlace with Microsoft Teams can drive more value for their business and end-users. One aspect of this mission will be to focus on serving the more than 2 billion first-line workers with solutions to the problems they are facing using Microsoft Teams.
Session 1: Teams, Office 365 Groups and Modern Sites Provisioning & Governance - April 10, 12PM -12:50PM
While Microsoft's modern experience has really come together, there are so many ways to creates Teams, Groups, and Sites. Learn how to standardize both the approach and the result. Next learn how you can combine the concept of channels across Teams, SharePoint, OneNote, Planner, and Streams to better organize how your staff collaborate. Through automation of tabs in Teams, sections in OneNote, plans in Planner, and channels in Streams, plus navigation in SharePoint to tie it all together, you'll see significant gains in your teams' productivity.
Session 2: Office 365 Extranets - Structured and Unstructured - April 10, 3PM -3:50PM
Peter will discuss two types of extranets: Unstructured and Structured. Unstructured extranets are when you collaboratively work with external parties in your organization in a smaller, impromptu way. This can be in the form of secure link sharing, and newly announced at SharePoint Conference 2019 can be to request files from others. Structured extranets are for larger groups of collaborators with a wide array of roles and permissions. This sort of extranet requires a formal governance and permission plan to ensure users only have access to information they require.