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SharePoint 2016 Office 365 Search in Practice workshop New York City, NY

SharePoint 2016 and Office 365 Search in Practice – Workshop in New York City, May 2017

The next stop of Search Explained Roadshow 2017 is New York City, NY with the workshop: SharePoint 2016 and Office 365 Search in Practice.

Date: May 15-16, 2017
Venue: Avanade Innovation Center, 155 Avenue of the Americas, 6th floor, New York, NY

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Agnes Molnar - Search Workshop

Workshop FAQ: Why Two Days?

The most common question I get about my upcoming workshop, SharePoint 2016 and Office 365 Search in Practice, is why I’ve decided to choose a two-day format.

I know it could be one day. Also, it could be three days, or even up to five.

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Pope Francis and Information Overload

Regardless of being religious or not, being Catholic or not, Pope Francis is definitely a great influencer of these days. While he definitely doesn’t talk about the topics of Information Management or Enterprise Search in the way we do on this blog, while reading his World Day of Peace 2016 message, something caught my eyes. Read more…

Quick Summary of Innovations in Knowledge Organization Conference 2015, Singapore

The Innovations in Knowledge Organization 2015 Conference (Singapore) was one of the best conference experience I’ve ever had! It wasn’t a traditional conference, much more intimate and more like a workshop: small presentations and case studies that were followed by interactive and topic orientated discussions.

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SPC14 Recap

This year’s SharePoint Conference (held in Las Vegas, NV) was again a major success! I had the privilege of speaking on two sessions.

The first one was “Designing and Applying Information Architecture for SharePoint and Office 365”, together with Israel Vega. In this session, we have broken down the various components of SharePoint and Office 365 and demonstrated how to maximize the advantages of these components for content organization and discovery.

The second one was “Best practices for Information Architecture and Enterprise Search”. Here, I discussed the importance of a good IA design for search. I also discussed how search provides the foundation of a successful knowledge/information management, and discovery scenarios for content and people. I demonstrated best practices in planning, maintaining, and governance of information architecture (IA).

It was very rewarding to hear about the positive feedback from the audience. I am very glad to learn that many participants found the sessions very helpful. I am also extremely pleased that some of them considered the materials to be practical and useful references that they can go back to again and again.

Thank you everyone who attended my sessions! I truly hope to see you soon again.

Recordings of my sessions are available at http://channel9.msdn.com/Events/Speakers/agnes-molnar.

Recordings of all SPC14 sessions can be found at http://channel9.msdn.com/Events/SharePoint-Conference/2014.