Steve’s Awesome List of Microsoft Ignite Sessions

The Somewhat Comprehensive Guide to Microsoft Ignite Sessions

Microsoft’s first ever Ignite conference was an epic event. With over a thousand sessions, how does one sift through and mine all those valuable nuggets? Well, my primary interest is in productivity and enterprise social. So I’ve pulled together a list of sessions that I attended or presented and recordings I either have watched or intend to watch. I intend to provide a short summary of highlights I took away from each session, but in the meantime, what better way to get a sense of some sessions than some 140 character summaries ☺.

Sessions I attended/presented:

Microsoft Office 365 Groups Overview and Roadmap

Office Delve and Office Graph Vision and Roadmap

Break Down Organizational Silos and Gain New Insights with Office Graph and Office Delve

Yammer IT Mythbusters

MVP Panel: Sample Apps and Intelligent Solutions Showcasing Office Graph and Delve Extensibility

The Social Journey: The Customers’ Perspective

How to Decide When to Use SharePoint and Yammer and Office 365 Groups and Outlook and Skype

Gain Organizational Insights with Yammer Data Mining and Analytics

Enterprise Social, from “Ooh, Shiny” to Business Success

Yammer Mining: Dig in and “Listen” to What Your Big *Social* Data Is Saying

The Microsoft Enterprise Social Journey: How We Did It

Become a Productivity Ninja

Recordings I watched/intend to watch:

The Rise of Dynamic Teams

Yammer Roadmap

Yammer Identity and User Management

Design Matters for Microsoft Surface

Microsoft Office 365 Groups Deep Dive

The Evolution of SharePoint: Overview and Roadmap

Managing Change in an Office 365 Rapid Release World

Using the Office Telemetry Dashboard to Manage Change

A File’s Future with OneDrive for Business

I Sync, Therefore I Am: A Deep Dive on OneDrive Sync Capabilities and Roadmap

Intelligent, Ready-to-Go NextGen Portals in Office 365

Tools and Tips for Administering Office 365

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