We lost our classroom for our December 6, 2019 meeting so we’re going to try a Teams Live Event.
Start Time: 11:30 am
End Time: 12:30 pm
Topic: Microsoft 365 Admin Center: WOW That’s Different and New!
Not long ago Microsoft added a new SharePoint Admin Center option at the top called “Try the Preview”. However, Microsoft does not intend on rolling the new SharePoint Admin Center out through first release. Which means if you aren’t selecting “Try the Preview” now, one day you will login and your mind will be blown.
In this session, I will be going through the overall Microsoft 365 Admin Center and the other new Admin Centers. There will be a deep-dive into the SharePoint Admin Center as a lot has changed and for the better! What’s new, what has changed and what does all of this mean?. I am very excited about many of the new features Microsoft has added and I look forward to sharing them with you!
Items to be covered are:
- Support Area
- Service Health
- Message Center
- Admin Centers
- Teams & Skype
- Security & Compliance
- Azure Active Directory
- Microsoft Search
Presenter: Stacy Deere-Strole
Title: SharePoint Solutions Architect – Owner
Company: Focal Point Solutions, LLC
Stacy Deere-Strole (MVP) is the Owner of Focal Point Solutions LLC, a Cincinnati, OH based company that provides SharePoint Solutions for the Enterprise in the mid-to-large market. Previously, Stacy led a rapidly growing SharePoint practice where she engaged in a wide range of consulting projects across various industries. With over 20 years of experience in the IT Industry, Stacy has mainly focused on Collaboration Solutions such as IBM’s Lotus Notes\Domino and Microsoft’s Messaging and Collaboration Solutions including deployments, SharePoint and Office365..
Within the SharePoint community, Stacy is a SharePoint MVP and is actively sharing her real world expertise through authoring in the blog http://www.spmindmelt.focalpointsolutions.co; and speaking at various SharePoint Saturday’s, Collab365, ITUnity, SPTechCon, SharePoint Fest, SharePoint Engage, and User Group events. She also co-authored two books called SharePoint 2013 and 2010 Using Managed Metadata.