Microsoft Project Siena (code name) is the release of a new technology for business experts, business analysts, consultants and other app imagineers. Without any programming, you can create powerful Windows apps, with the potential to transform today’s business processes. Combined with SharePoint/SharePoint Online, and Office 365, Project Siena is even more powerful! You can

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How to create a Windows app with Project Siena, SharePoint and Office 365

By learning how to effectively use SharePoint workflows to model business processes power users and IT pros can radically cut time and costs of implementing new processes in the company’s IT environment. Choosing the well-known collaboration platform means access to a vast body of knowledge easy to transfer, less misunderstandings and no additional hidden cost.

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Change business processes into easy SharePoint workflows

Being able to build more functional and beautiful forms can be a quick win at your organization. Features Covered: Difference between list and library forms Basic form design Form controls Adding and managing rules and conditions Action and validation rules Field naming convention Session Objectives: What is InfoPath? How is it used? How is it

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Intro to InfoPath

I have worked in a number of different organizations in several different industries, so I have perspective on the differences in how governance has worked in each, and how each was similar. I have seen the horror show that resulted from poor and no governance, and the improvement when governance was properly applied.   Features

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SharePoint Governance 101

Understand what you can do without programming before jumping in to do things the hard way.   Features covered Access web apps Search web parts Workflows Session Objectives   This session will explain as well as demonstrate the various ways that SharePoint Online (Office 365) allows building solutions on top of it without having to

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What can I do as a Power User without code in SharePoint Online (Office 365)?