CM101 - Unlocking SharePoint's Content with SharePoint Syntex and Power BI
In today's world, the ability to convert unstructured data from files like document scans and photos into actionable, structured data is key to unlocking a lot of organizational data. Office 365 Content Services provides some functionality that does this for you automatically. Most are not aware of this service's functionality nor it's long term importance.
In this session, we'll take you through what SharePoint Content Services has to offer from a functionality and data perspective, what use cases are supported by this data, and how to mine the data using Power BI and Flow.
Wednesday, September 28th 2022, 1:40 pm
Microsoft MVP, MCP, MCTS & MBA
BI103 - Data Mining Office 365 & SharePoint with Power BI
See how to use Power BI to mine the data you have in SharePoint and Office 365.
We’ll pull data from lists, libraries, triggered activities using Flow and from Search and create beautiful reports and dashboards easily from it.
We’ll also show you how this can be automated and saves you time from copying and pasting data into different places.
Thursday, September 29th 2022, 12:10 pm
Senior Developer at Protiviti
SOL05 - Modern UI Discovery, Planning, and Classic Transformed to Modern Movey-Groovey
Join Feeding America and Protiviti as they discuss the lessons learned transforming a classic SharePoint intranet into the modern experience. See how Feeding America’s intranet was transformed with considerations for external access, custom masterpage branding alternatives, and bushels of fun automating migration of classic page layout-based pages into the modern framework.
Friday, September 30th 2022, 12:30 pm
APP303 - Case Study: Manage SharePoint News with Power Apps
As the complexity of a SharePoint page grows beyond the first few News web parts, the work of content managers and contributors also increases.
This session walks through approaches to making it easier for users - via SharePoint, Teams, or mobile devices - to promote or demote posts or make posts show up in the right place without manually setting file properties.