Our Most Popular and Informative Content of 2016

Our Most Popular and Informative Content of 2016

Our Most Popular and Informative Content of 2016

By Adam Levithan | January 04, 2017

Last year was big for SharePoint with announcements for SharePoint 2016 General Availability, the Microsoft FastTrack Program and updates to OneDrive for Business.

Did you catch all of it?

Before we dive into the new year, here is a look back at our most popular content of 2016 that helped you and your peers better navigate new releases, new features, and decisions like “how and when should I upgrade my SharePoint environment?”

Most Popular Webinars

SharePoint 2016 General Availability - What it Means For You
Get expert highlights and insights on SharePoint 2016
Special guests: Microsoft MVP’s Adam Levithan, Asif Rehmani, Richard Harbridge and Tim Ferro

Free Office 365 Migration Explained by SharePoint’s Bill Baer
MVP Adam Levithan sat down with the Senior Product Marketing Manager for SharePoint, Bill Baer while they were attending SPTechCon San Francisco. Learn how you can qualify for a free Office 365 migration from Microsoft through their FastTrack program.

SharePoint 2016: Governance Makes a Comeback
Just off Microsoft’s Ignite Conference in Atlanta, Metalogix Product Manager Jai Dargan explains what was added in SharePoint 2016 for governance and managing risk.

Office 365 Groups? Microsoft Teams? Slack? .. Confused? Let us help.
Learn about the many apps teams are finding useful, including the recently launched Microsoft Teams and Office 365 Groups.

Most Popular eBooks

Is SharePoint 2016 Right for Your Organization?
Learn about SharePoint 2016’s improved and deprecated features, how it builds on SharePoint 2013, and how to incorporate SharePoint 2016 into a hybrid deployment.

The SharePoint Server 2016 Migration Planning Guide
Learn the four key questions you should be asking when planning your migration, the top five migration pitfalls and more.

Debunking Hybrid SharePoint 2016 Myths
Learn how you can successfully implement hybrid SharePoint 2016 and Office 365 environments, without complication or breaking your budget.

Most Popular Blogs

Yes, You Can Move Straight From SharePoint 2010 to 2016
Learn the difference between “upgrading” and “migrating” your SharePoint, and how you can make the move to 2016 without stopping on every version in between.

SharePoint 2016 Features: Improved User Experiences Part 1
Learn how SharePoint 2016 improves user experience at the cloud user interface, in OneDrive for Business, search and sharing and durable links.

SharePoint 2016 Makes a Start on Data Loss Prevention
See if you are adequately protecting your own and your customers’ sensitive data, and learn what features exist in SharePoint to help you with DLP.

Are You Ready to Take on the New Year?

Join us next Wednesday, January 11 for the webinar, SharePoint 2016: Governance Makes a Comeback  . We will discuss what you need to know for an upgrade today. We’ll also share some predictions for what Microsoft has planned in the coming year, and what it will mean for companies like yours.

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Adam Levithan 2018

Adam is a Group Program Manager of Secure Collaboration at Exostar and a Microsoft MVP advocating for collaboration by connecting business needs with the right technology. Prior to Exostar, Adam was a Product Manager for Migration at a market leading ISV and a Practice Lead for Office 365 in a cutting-edge Microsoft Consulting firm. Over the last decade Adam has been responsible for moving customers to the cloud, designing and implementing information architecture (SharePoint Farm and content) and increasing user adoption. Adam is an ongoing member of the SharePoint Saturday DC coordinating committee and active speaker at many national events.

Written By: Adam Levithan