I hadn’t had to do a lot of SharePoint Online things for a few month, but I needed to create a list and I wanted to add a Site Column to it. With the new List feature in SPO, I couldn’t find the List Settings. There used to have a Ribbon across the top of the page to access everything, but it has been removed. I know this was news a few weeks ago or months, but I wasn’t really paying attention.
I tried clicking the + and the More… link in the list column header…
But that just took me to the Create Column page. That would only allow me to create a column, not use a Site Column. 😦
It took me longer than I should admit, but I finally found it. The List settings link was moved to the Cog in the upper right hand corner…
From there I was in familiar territory and could add my site column. 🙂
I hope this helps!
I am excited to announce the release “On The SPOT Podcast – Episode #2” – On The SPOT Podcast with Dux Raymond Sy. Please check it out and let us know what you think!
In this episode, Jay Leask and I provided a bit more detail about themselves and kicked off our show with talk about Microsoft’s partner conference – Inspire, some news around Google Glass, Elon Musk, the Verizon hack, and much much more. Our guest Dux Raymond Sy, Chief Marketing Officer and Public Sector CTO of AvePoint, Inc t joined the conversation to tell us about his experience at Inspire, the direction of Microsoft, #TechForGood, #ShiftHappens, and what the C-Suite is looking for in tech solutions. We had a good time recording the show and hope you will enjoy listening to it!!!
I am excited to announce the first meeting of the Chicago Data Governance Meetup is this Thursday, July 26th. I have been doing SharePoint\Office 365 and Azure user groups for the better part of 8 years now. I was beginning to transition out of the SharePoint world and let my SharePoint group go, it was a hard decision but necessary at the time.
A short time later, I started my career with AvePoint and was thrust back into the SharePoint\Office 365 space. Now I am focused more on getting clients migrated to new platforms, and helping them figure out how to best manage and protect their information.
Governance always seems to be a huge topic in the SharePoint world, but it is one of the most difficult things to accomplish. I thought it would be nice to get a group of people together to talk about common problems and solutions to them.
We will go over the goals of the group and what we want the direction to be, Intro to Governance, the importance of good governance
5:30-6:00 pm – Networking
6:00-6:20 pm – Intro to the Group
6:20-7:10 pm – Presentation
7:10-7:30ish – Questions and Group Discussion
I encourage you to attend and help grow our group by spreading the word!
200 E Randolph – Microsoft Office
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I recently partnered with a co-worker, Jay Leask, to begin a new podcast called On The SPOT – A podcast about working at the SPeed Of Technology
It’s podcast where we talk with industry influencers about working at the speed of technology. Topics may include information management, data governance, compliance and security, collaboration and productivity, the cloud(s), and much much more!
We’re excited to release our inaugural episode – On The SPOT Podcast with Asif Rehmani, with guest Asif Rehmani, Founder and Chief Executive Officer of VisualSP. The first of hopefully many of On the SPOT podcasts. Please check it out and don’t hesitate to let us know what you think!
Last Saturday, June 17, 2017, I presented an Intro to Office 365 Security & Compliance center at SharePoint Saturday Atlanta. Which by the way was a really great event with a number of great speakers, MVPs, sponsors and attendees! I am thankful that they picked me to present and that I got a chance to experience the event and meet a bunch of really nice people!
Here is the deck I presented:
It is really an overview of the Security & Compliance center with a bunch of live demos I did to show each section and a little bit about how they worked. The demos are not included, but I am currently recording them and will post them shortly in a series of posts on Security & Compliance.
Hope you enjoy the slides!
Almost four (4) years ago to the day, on May 20, 2013, me and a group of friend organized SharePoint Saturday Chicago Suburbs.
Last Saturday, May 19th, we held our 4th event. We also coupled it with an event we had been doing separately called Cloud Saturday.
Cloud Saturday was born a spin-off of the original event because Microsoft pulled back on using the name SharePoint, was pushing hard for the Cloud, and Amazon Web Services, Saleforce, Google Cloud, and other technologies were on the rise.
This year, like years past, we had really Great Sponsors and really Great Speakers and feel fortunate to have so many people want to be apart of our event. The attendees all seemed to have a good day. This year we cut session times from 1 hour and 15 minutes to 1 hour, so we were able to get out of the event a couple of hours early and many people remarked how they appreciated that.
Getting involved in user groups, speaking at, and hosting events is something that has really helped me with career satisfaction, establish a great network of friends, and made me really appreciate how great the SharePoint\Cloud community really is!
I can’t wait to start planning out the event next year. We got some great feedback and look to implement a number of things to help make the event even more successful.
Everywhere your data exists, moves or is shared, you need to protect it. With a Data Loss Prevention (DLP) policy in SharePoint Server 2016, you can identify, monitor, and automatically protect sensitive information across your site collections. Learn the basics of DLP and how you can start better protecting your data.
What is Data Loss Prevention?
- Data loss prevention (DLP) is a strategy for making sure that end users do not send sensitive or critical information outside the corporate network.
- DLP Software products help a network administrator control what data end users can transfer so that users cannot accidentally or maliciously share data that could put the organization at risk.
I recently created a presentation for a Lunch & Learn at my company, AvePoint, and decided to share the slides:
The information comes primarily from Microsoft’s documentation with a couple of slides based off of information from Vlad Catrinescu’s presentation at Ignite 2016.
I am working on adding information on the differences between SharePoint 2016 and Office 365 and will update with the new slides when I complete it.
Hope it you find it informative.