WITGirls - A Podcast about Microsoft 365 & SharePoint

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#48 Joanne Klein

I’m so happy to have Joanne Klein on the show and she is well known in our community! Joanne shares her experience from working with retention policies, sensitivity labels and records management. What are the challenges and what roles are involved in making those decisions? Are companies aware of the rules and regulations for storing and deleting data? How long should we keep chats and conversations in Teams? How has information architecture changed since Teams arrived? Lots of questions that she answers! She also explains what SharePoint Syntex is and how it can be used. A super interesting interview and lots of things to learn when listening to Joanne.

Cheers from Lise

Links

RunAs Radio podcast hosted by Richard Campbell where Lise was a guest

http://runasradio.com/Shows/Show/747

Joanne’s Blog:

https://joannecklein.com/

Microsoft 365 Collaboration conference:

Read about SharePoint Syntex:

https://www.microsoft.com/en-us/microsoft-365/enterprise/sharepoint-syntex-overview

Joanne’s Bio

Joanne is an independent consultant and founder of NexNovus, a Microsoft 365 Consulting company, and a 4-time Microsoft MVP in Office Apps & Services. She works with Microsoft customers across all industry verticals on their Microsoft 365 collaboration tools and services, specifically SharePoint, and shares her boots-on-the-ground knowledge and experience with them based on her hard-fought, real-world lessons. One of her specialties is SharePoint site and information architecture and helping customers move from the classic to modern world.

A key area of focus for Joanne is the Microsoft 365 suite of tools built to help organizations protect, retain, and secure their unstructured content now being produced at an exponential rate. This is an important shift for organizations and their information workers to make in today’s modern digital workplace. She has substantial practical experience in Microsoft 365 working with customers to help them make this crucial shift.

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#47 Dataverse for Teams

In this episode I am sharing some news in SharePoint and Teams. And the last part is all about the new Microsoft Dataverse for Teams, what is that and how can you use it?

Topics in the episode:

New web parts

Site asset libraries

Site headers and theme generator

Pin SharePoint objects in Teams

Microsoft Dataverse for Teams

Office 365 podden by Mats Warnolf, in which I will be a guest on in two weeks

https://warnolf.podbean.com/

SharePoint theme generator

https://aka.ms/spthemebuilder

About Dataverse

https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/powerapps/maker/common-data-service/data-platform-intro

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#46 Corinna Lins

I love meeting new people and Corinna is a person who I did not know before this interview. It turns out we have a very similar background and profile! It’s always interesting to hear how other people in this community works and deals with the same challenges and possibilities in the Microsoft 365 world as yourself. So meet Corinna Lins from Germany, contact info below.

Cheers from Lise

Links:

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#45 Jonathan Björkman

Jonathan Björkman is a trainee at Forefront Consulting, the company I also work for and we have worked together on a PowerApps project. His passion is how to make organizations more efficient and doing so by leveraging their digital adaption. In his daily work he always strive to share new insights about how to use PowerApps beyond the PoC stage and generate value throughout the organization.Hear how he ended up in the IT business working with the Power Platform, what it means to be a trainee and what his goals for the future are. Very interesting and insightful talk with him, I love to work with young people, they give me so much energy and inspiration!

Info about Jonathan:

https://www.linkedin.com/in/jonabjo/

Forefront Consulting