Archive for July, 2019

I have been blogging about learning resources for a while and one of the best ways to learn from the experts is to attend in person conferences! Since Valo Intranet is sponsoring , we have a few passes to give away! This year, the only way to enter is trough  this blog post and gives you the chance to win one of five Full Access Conference Passes to SPTechCon Boston 2019! To enter you simply have to put your name and email (They will not be shared with any 3rd parties unless you’re the winner of the pass), and you can get bonus entries if you follow @vladcatrinescu on Twitter and like the Absolute SharePoint page on Facebook! Furthermore you can tweet about the giveaway every day and get 9 bonus entries for every time you tweet!

SPTechCon Boston 2019

The prize only includes the conference pass and not any travel costs or anything else. Just the conference pass! Here is a small paragraph about the conference

SPTechCon: The SharePoint & Office 365 Conference is returning to Boston, MA, August 25 – 28, 2019! SPTechCon is a training, problem solving, and networking event for those who are working with SharePoint, OneDrive, and Office 365.  This includes the varied uses and approaches to managing SharePoint; On-Premises (2013 thru 2019), Hybrid Variations, and SharePoint Online.  Sessions at SPTechCon are presented by today’s most approachable and knowledgeable instructors.   Find solutions to your current environment and seek ways to continue to Work Smarter, Collaborate, and Increase Productivity!

Good Luck, and if you are at SPTechCon, make sure to visit me at the Valo Booth to say hello :)!

 

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A bit late on the blog post compared to the other MVPs, but I am honored, humbled and excited to announce I have been renewed as an Office Apps and Services (previously known as Office Servers and Services and previously SharePoint) MVP for a sixth year in a row!

Thanks to Microsoft community for giving me the opportunity to share my knowledge, I will continue to share my passion for Office 365, SharePoint, Flow and of course PowerShell! Special mention to the whole team at Valo Intranet who keeps encouraging me to do more and enables me to give back to community as much as I do! All of the six MVPs on the team got renewed and I am looking forward to creating awesome content with all of them this upcoming year!

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This is a blog post that has been sitting in my draft items for way too long as I was travelling to a few conferences in Europe, North America and Australia in the past few months, however I am super excited to announce that the Deploying SharePoint 2019 book by Trevor Seward and myself is now shipping! Here’s some information about the book!

The Deploying SharePoint 2019 Book Out Now

Deploying SharePoint 2019

Installing, Configuring, and Optimizing for On-Premises and Hybrid Scenarios

Update to a version of SharePoint that offers the best of both on-premise and the cloud using SharePoint 2019, the latest release of this cornerstone technology from Microsoft. Don your technical learning hat to get up close and confident on the new time-saving modern features of on-premise, and the many new security and hybrid settings.

Deploying SharePoint 2019 begins with a general introduction to SharePoint 2019, covering new features and expanding your knowledge and capability with the technology systematically. You will learn about the new world of SharePoint, and how it was “cloud-born” from Office 365. From there you will dive into learning how to design a physical architecture for SharePoint Server 2019 and get familiar with the key concepts of high availability (HA) and disaster recovery (DR) solutions.

What You’ll Learn

  • Install, configure, and optimize SharePoint 2019
  • Understand SharePoint 2019 as a hybrid framework
  • Get comfortable with new tools, such as Flow, PowerApps, and Power BI
  • Configure systems connected to SharePoint, such as Office Online Server and Workflow Manager
  • Migrate content and service databases from previous versions of SharePoint to SharePoint 2019
  • Implement HA and DR topologies with SharePoint 2019 to satisfy business continuity requirements

Who This Book Is For

Those tasked with installing, configuring, and maintaining SharePoint Server 2019 for their organization. This book assumes some working knowledge of a previous release of SharePoint Server, such as SharePoint 2013 or SharePoint 2016.

Where to get it:

Get it on Amazon at the following links:

Get it directly from Apress

 

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