Top Microsoft Office 365 Influencers Speak: Francesco Sodano

This post is part of the continuing series, “The Top 25 Office 365 Influencers Speak Out” – live interviews from the #MSIgnite Conference in Chicago.

This time we talk to Francesco Sodano, Microsoft MVP and #Office365Top25 influencer. He shared his thoughts about the pros and cons for moving to the cloud. The full interview can be viewed below.

David Lavenda
Vice President of Product Strategy

Why your SharePoint project is failing

Everyone wants their SharePoint project to succeed, so the findings published in the latest report from AIIM (the Association for Information and Image Management) are worrying. According to AIIM’s research, only 11% of the survey’s respondents felt that their project had been a success; 26% felt that they would need to do more work than originally expected to achieve their goals, and the remaining 63% were in some way dissatisfied with the project outcome.

Ram Tagher
Product Manager

Top Microsoft Office 365 Influencers Speak: Todd Baginski

This post is part of the continuing series, “The Top 25 Office 365 Influencers Speak Out” – live interviews from the #MSIgnite Conference in Chicago.

In this interview, Todd Baginski, VP Mobility and SharePoint Solutions at Canviz Consulting, Microsoft MVP and #office365top25 influencer, focuses on how Microsoft is helping developers adapt and build for the cloud. The full interview can be viewed below.

 

David Lavenda
Vice President of Product Strategy

Top Microsoft Office 365 Influencers Speak: Laura Rogers

This post is part of the continuing series, “The Top 25 Office 365 Influencers Speak Out” – live interviews from the #MSIgnite 2015 Conference in Chicago.
This time, Laura Rogers, Ignite speaker and Office 365 MVP at Rackspace, shares her thoughts on why companies are moving into the cloud. Catch the full interview below and follow her at @WonderLaura.  
David Lavenda
Vice President of Product Strategy

Top Microsoft Office 365 Influencers Speak Out: Benjamin Niaulin

This post is part of the continuing series, “The Top 25 Office 365 Influencers Speak Out” – live interviews from the #MSIgnite Conference in Chicago. This time up: Benjamin Niaulin, Geek and Office 365 MVP at Sharegate. @bniaulin. The full interview can be viewed below.

In his interview, Benjamin focuses on the sea change of transformation to the cloud…

#MSIgnite: What did we learn about Delve, Yammer and Groups?

Looking back on what was a truly huge event can be a bit of a challenge. It’s not often you get 23,000 people (plus those streaming online) at the opening keynote alone. Take into account the attendee numbers for every day, number of vendors, sponsors, speakers and organizers and you can start to understand its sheer size. As a result, there were a number of notable announcements and product developments every single day that got those working in our industry talking. You’d be hard pushed to find another conference on this scale where so much was shared in such a short space of time.

David Lavenda
Vice President of Product Strategy

Top Microsoft Office 365 Influencers Speak Out: Naomi Moneypenny on Ignite, Cloud Transformation and the Future of Microsoft

There is no better way to continue the experiences, learnings and discussions from #MSIgnite than by sharing the insights and advice from those who drove them – the leaders in the Microsoft community who have made it their mission to help us successfully navigate the digital transformation sweeping across the globe.

David Lavenda
Vice President of Product Strategy

harmon.ie Wins Top Global Partner Award from Microsoft

harmon.ie was just been recognized as a finalist for the 2015 Microsoft Office and SharePoint Application Development Partner of the Year Award. The award recognizes harmon.ie as a top premier Microsoft partner by demonstrating excellence in innovation and implementation of customer solutions based on Microsoft technology. harmon.ie was selected out of a pool of over 2,300 award nominations, from some of the top names in the business.

David Lavenda
Vice President of Product Strategy

Don't lose focus on documents

For companies that have invested heavily in social solutions for their workplaces, it may be tempting to focus exclusively on encouraging the adoption of this new approach. Promising easier collaboration, sharing and a more immersive work experience, social intranets and work environments are likely to impact heavily on the way organizations function. While this is no bad thing, it is worth remembering exactly why social intranets were introduced in the first place.

Idan Hershkovich
Director of Marketing Funnels

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