If you cringe at the word “SharePoint” from on-premises nightmares past, get ready to experience a near-dreamlike ease with SharePoint in the cloud!
Microsoft 365 is a behemoth of a subscription with many applications and benefits, which for any one user can be too much to keep up with. Let’s clear up some of the more useful, basic functionalities: SharePoint and PowerAutomate. Join Mirazon’s dynamic duo, John and Billie Ross as they stand up some PowerAutomate functions and create a SharePoint site on the fly.
This will not be a technical presentation, so invite your business users! And if you cringe at the word “SharePoint” from on-premises nightmares past, get ready to experience a near-dreamlike ease with SharePoint in the cloud!
But wait! There’s more! For you techies, they will also be speaking for about 10 minutes on HOW SharePoint interplays with Teams, OneDrive, Office 365 Groups and portal pages. This will save you tons of time in the long run understanding what is going on under the cover.
**Only registrants with full, accurate contact information will be eligible for our raffle prize**
About the Presenters
Special Projects Coordinator
Billie Ross has been with Mirazon for over ten years, first working in office administration and project management. She is now Mirazon’s subject matter expert in Modern SharePoint.
Billie helps clients organize and lay out conversions to SharePoint sites as a means of internal information sharing, communication and collaboration, as well as builds custom intranet portals for the customer.
Partner and Co-founder
John Ross is one of the founding owners of Mirazon. He enjoys technology, auto racing of all types and non-fiction books.
Lately, John’s been able to choose to work on a couple of things he wanted to do as opposed to things that have to be done. One of those things is planning out internal portal and Microsoft Teams infrastructures, and helping organizations begin automating some basic business processes.
Since John knows firsthand what it is like starting and then running a small business, the small things can make a huge difference in taming the chaos and helping the organization move forward.