This past weekend I had the privilege, no, the honor to present at the 2nd SharePoint Saturday in Connecticut. It was a great day! I learned some new stuff, as well as got to meet some other great speakers from our community.
I was able to present my talk on using SharePoint Online for your website, and discuss what else you need to do to get your web site up to snuff. Below is my presentation deck.
In my session we’ll be disussiong Using SharePoint Online for your web site, it’s more than just SharePoint. Using SharePoint Online is a great idea for most companies in need of a web site. SPO provides a lot of capabilities and can be setup relatively easy. However, your web site is more than SharePoint, more than something hosted on a server, it is something that needs your legitimate attention around search engine optimization, multi-browser support, mobilility and performance. David will walk through additional considerations, after you have your SPO site setup, that you need to know to have a successful web site on your Office 365 tenant.
These events are awesome, completely free, and where you can learn a ton! I highly recommend attending if you can make it! Hope to see you there!
Coming this weekend, the fantastic month of November and great mustachery begins!
I did this last year as well, and as I enter my second round of mo-someness, I can’t wait! My wife still isn’t happy with it, but it’s for a good cause. So please help make sure my soup strainer doesn’t grow in vain, and my wife understands it’s really for a good cause and donate!
You can donate to me or to my team, the Super Slalom Mo Bros, representing the Boston office.
My page is here: http://mobro.co/davidlozzi. If you’re a Facebook friend, you can expect many selfies again this year, and as I said last year, for each day I receive a donation, I won’t be posting a selfie. So again, help me help you, and spare you from the horror.
I am very pleased to share that I will be presenting at this month’s Boston Office 365 user group, on August 21st.
I will be sharing about using SharePoint Online public website, which you get with your Office 365 tenant, to host your web site. We’ll cover some techie stuff but I will mostly cover the more important aspects of a public web site, like search engine optimization, mobility, performance and more.
Salesforce Communities or SharePoint Online, what’s right for you? They both boast collaboration, but which one works for you?
My colleague, Marty Chang (Salesforce Architect, @martyychang, blog) and I will be battling head to head at the upcoming Boston SharePoint Users Group, July 9th, comparing the collaboration, user experience and mobility features of each platform.