In the era of digital transformation, emerging technologies play a crucial role in helping organizations navigate the shift. Organizations are moving away from traditional resource-based models to outcome-based models. TrnDigital is a start-up founded to develop leading-edge technology solutions to help solve business problems and create new commercial opportunities for our customers.
We’re a niche company specializing in handpicked areas where we can deliver top-notch quality through our team of full stack consultants. We’re nimble, flexible, and have multiple models of engagement that will provide business value at every step.
TrnDigital is headquartered in Boston, with offices in East Brunswick, New Jersey and Nagpur, India.
What questions should you ask to ensure a smooth migration from Skype for Business to Teams? Learn how to get the most out of the pre-migration interview with your IT expert. In this unique presentation we will demonstrate both sides of the migration coin. Our interactive, mock interview is based on experiences taken from a real-life company migration. The session will feature a migration customer on one side and client/organization on the other.
Consultant, Mike Dixon will interview Dave Pileggi of Staples as the company nears the end of its 21,000-user migration to Teams.
Learn to avoid potential pitfalls you may face when your company makes the switch from S4B to Teams.
We will be bringing together a panel of professionals from the Boston area in varying fields of expertise to answer your Office 365 questions. Our experts will discuss the latest updates and take questions from the audience.
This year's experts are:
Holiday goodies and beverages will be served. A raffle will follow the panel.
When the order of the day was huge, pyramid-shaped Site Collections for capabilities like Intranets, managing your Content Types was relatively easy: any Site Columns and Content Types you built in the root site were available throughout the Site Collection. When we needed more enterprise-wide information architecture, we turned to the Content Type Hub. In our new, flatter world, we need to think about information architecture differently while hanging onto the better practices of the past.
The government is where innovation goes to die. Right? Wrong. Join a solutions architect from the State of California as we discuss how government is using Microsoft Flow to empower an entirely new class of power users to reimagine what workflows can (and should) be in 2019.
In this session we’ll:
- Explore real-world success stories of Flow in Government.
- Discuss strategies to encourage adoption at every skill level.
We’ll review the big announcements for SPC19 and the roadmaps from each Product Group team. If you haven’t watched the keynote yet, doing so would be great prep. Bring your questions for discussion, as this will be an interactive discussion as much as a presentation.