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Hi Ya’ll! Last week, we located an interactive, question-and-answer web seminar session by which we recapped training learned from Microsoft Ignite 2016.

Our goal ended up being to bring clearness towards the news that left Atlanta which help you chop through mass confusion in the greatest show of the season – all-in-one hour.

Not always easy. But our guys wiped out it!

Within this publish, I will provide you with the top observations and takeaways from your panelists, and also explain the topics you desired us to pay for during our web seminar.

Take a look on your own with this on-demand recording and get any queries you might have within our comments section below:

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#1: Microsoft Is Preferable To Ever!

  • Ignite 2016 was much, a lot better than the very first Ignite in 2015. I believe in the feedback both in the customers and individuals we spoken to who attended were built with a great experience, but more to the point, were built with a obvious vision and obvious picture of where Microsoft’s headed.
  • First of all, Microsoft has returned. And what i’m saying by assuming you appear at the innovations and introductions that Microsoft does, really, they’re forward thinking and searching toward how they may assist the enterprise.
  • Within the keynote of the first day, Julia White-colored, Corporate V . P . of Microsoft, who takes care of Azure, spoken concerning the concept of It’s now altered. IT today means “innovation technology.”

[Take a look at my interview with Julia White-colored, as she and that i talk innovation and transformation at Microsoft Ignite 2016]

  • Microsoft and also the new are generally exciting and galvanizing. And it is because is the fact that each one of these suite of technologies that Microsoft offers within the cloud, we are able to truly innovate which help the company grow and most importantly not be worried about maintaining your lights on.

 #2: SharePoint Has Returned!

  • SharePoint has returned. Kudos towards the SharePoint team, SharePoint OneDrive team to become more specific.
  • They put in many innovations, but more to the point, they took in towards the customer. Previously couple of years, you can state that, “Look, we haven’t really heard everything from SharePoint or OneDrive,” however with the leadership of Shaun Teper and Seth Patton, they’ve done lots of innovation and they’re much more transparent in communicating in regards to what the roadmap appears like.

#3: Clients are Ready for Office 365

  • Customers today are prepared for that cloud. And it is not only us, you realize, small customers or commercial customers, customers over the spectrum all over the world, they see the need for the cloud, they do know what Microsoft has.
  • And not just for me personally however for us as AvePoint, that’s thrilling because having the ability to work with Microsoft, supporting our people to drive better business value using their technology and investments, it’s really a thrilling factor.

Observation #1 from Microsoft Ignite 2016:

My greatest observation was the astonishing kind of response and curiosity about both SharePoint and Office 365 Groups really was, really effective and that i thought, you realize, very good news for all of us, clearly, because that’s an area we play pretty hardcore in. – John Peluso, Sr. VP of Product Strategy at AvePoint

Observation #2 from Microsoft Ignite 2016:

My greatest observation there is in the first Ignite, everybody was shocked at just how much Office 365 had been pressed lower everyone’s throat. It had been a substitute for that SharePoint Conference and everybody was like, “What about SharePoint Server?” Which time, we really didn’t have that feedback whatsoever. Nearly every customer we spoken either to had a part of Office 365 deployed today or was prepared to dive all in on Groups in a manner that we’ve never really seen before. So certainly the temperature from the marketplace is altering. – John Hodges, VP of Product Strategy at AvePoint

Observation #3 from Microsoft Ignite 2016:

My greatest takeaway from Ignite only agreed to be how broad the privacy and compliance implications have become once we transfer to this latest hybrid taxonomy and just how we’re likely to handle that continuing to move forward. – Ben Oster, Product Analyst at AvePoint

Observation #4 from Microsoft Ignite 2016:

I believe my most fascinating factor ended up being to see Microsoft’s dedication to Groups in addition to defining a obvious strategy with PowerApps and Flow for where they’re likely to be opting for extension on the top from the Office 365 and SharePoint platforms. – Shyam Oza, Senior Product Manager at AvePoint

Observation #5 from Microsoft Ignite 2016:

My greatest at Ignite, there’s a couple of things really, SharePoint has returned, and 2nd may be the conversations are extremely mature now with regards to the cloud, right? People aren’t kicking and screaming about visiting the clouds. They’ve recognized the very fact, they’re now searching at methods to better innovate and also be their business within the cloud. – Dux Raymond Sy, Microsoft MVP and Chief Technology Officer of AvePoint Public Sector

Microsoft Ignite 2016

How can you create a web seminar about Microsoft Ignite 2016 more interesting? Ask your registrants what interests them!

With more than 1,000 registrants thinking about an active question and answer web seminar, we thought it might be better to ask what topics our audience would really like us to pay for to obtain the most from time around! Nearly 200 respondents tell us what topics these were thinking about as well as what specific subject they want us to pay for.

Listed here are the outcomes:

Microsoft Ignite 2016

#1: SharePoint 2016 &amp Hybrid – 35%

“We’ve got numerous great SharePoint bulletins coming. Everything if you are on-premises, or perhaps in the clouds, or somewhere in-between with hybrid, we announced Feature Pack 1, with a lot of new grade hybrid value, a lot of new value we accrued directly away from Office 365.”

Bill Baer, Senior Technical Product Manager for SharePoint, Microsoft – @williambaer from AvePoint Dux Quax Interview at Microsoft Ignite 2016We covered the next topics and clarified the questions you have:

We covered the next topics and clarified the questions you have:

  • SharePoint Feature Pack 1
  • OneDrive for Business Consumer Experience (UX)
  • SharePoint Application Launcher custom tiles
  • Enhanced Min Role
  • Unified auditing
  • Unified Taxonomy with Hybrid Managed Metadata Services (MMS)

#2: Office 365 Groups – 22%

“Office 365 Groups is really a key component for group collaboration 365. Whether you’re focusing on files, whether you’re delivering emails, whether you’re ending up in people, Groups is among the key component that will help you change from task to task.”

Christophe Fiessinger, Program Manager around the Office 365 Groups Team, Microsoft – @cfiessinger from AvePoint Dux Quax Interview at Microsoft Ignite 2016

We covered the next topics and clarified the questions you have:

  • Group Lifecycle
  • Soft Delete
  • Team Site and Yammer Integration

#3: Migration and FastTrack – 18%

“The SharePoint community is definitely an incredibly passionate group, I believe we gave them lots of the things they wanted now and also the feedback continues to be terrific. Plenty of reasons to visit the cloud, like FastTrack Migration free of charge, moving people, fundamental SharePoint sites towards the cloud.”

Shaun Teper, Corporate V . P . – OneDrive and SharePoint, Microsoft – @jeffteper from AvePoint Dux Quax Interview at Microsoft Ignite 2016

We covered the next topics and clarified the questions you have:

  • Free migration for 150 licenses
  • Exchange, SharePoint, File Shares, Box
  • Online versus. Drive Shipping

#4: PowerApps and Flow – 10%

“Do PowerApps try everything that InfoPath used so that you can do? No, but PowerApps achieve this a number of other things, because as they are you are able to connect with four dozen different data sources. So, we believe it will so much more things. We’re really pumped.”

Chris McNulty, Senior Product Manager for SharePoint and OneDrive, Microsoft – @cmcnulty2000 from AvePoint Dux Quax Interview at Microsoft Ignite 2016

We covered the next topics and clarified the questions you have:

  • Answer for InfoPath
  • InfoPath Supported Until 2026

#5: Security and Compliance – 6%

“We are delivering to the IT professionals the controls they have to govern, to handle, to secure and also to ensure compliance of the SharePoint service.

Shaun Teper, Corporate V . P . – OneDrive and SharePoint, Microsoft from Office Blog

We covered the next topics and clarified the questions you have:

  • Aggregated collection model
  • Advanced Threat Protection (ATP) and Threat Intelligence
  • Advanced Data Governance
  • All data to reside in just one Activity Management API
  • Easy integration with exterior systems
  • Activity Management API integration with Azure Machine Learning

#6: General Bulletins – 5%

Go watch our On-Demand Web seminar recapping Microsoft Ignite 2016 now!

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