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.
Join us for an Experts Round Table discussing everything from strategy, implementation, migrations, and day-to-day Successes & Challenges with Office 365. This event starts at approximately 6pm (EST).
It is becoming increasingly necessary for SharePoint Architects and Developers to have an understanding of Azure Functions and Logic Apps. Historically this required a very heavy Visual Studio environment. We are going to give an overview of Azure functions and Logic Apps. We will demonstrate how to do development of these important building blocks from within the lighter weight Visual Studio Code environment. Along the way we will look at the Azure capabilities that allow us to understand the state of the Azure functions or Logic Apps we create.
A year has passed, many things have changed, updates have been made; is it time? Is it finally safe to migrate from Skype for Business to Teams? What does that involve? Microsoft has said that Teams has "achieved feature parity with Skype." What on earth does that mean?
Teams is now the fastest-growing business app in Microsoft's history. Some 329,000 organizations, including 87 Fortune 100 companies, are now using Teams.
We'll explore the latest Ignite announcements and the future of Teams, including its absorption of StaffHub features. Staff Hub is being deprecated as a standalone product and will soon exist only as part of Teams.
We'll discuss these developments and tweaks coming to Teams in this session. Come join us, as we continue to "work out loud."
Microsoft Flow is certainly powerful, but there are some sneaky tricks to get it to work fully.
This session includes a deep introduction to Flow and some “almost programmy” ways to get it to work for you.
We’ll do regular stuff
- Intro to Microsoft Flow
- Trigger off a SharePoint list
- Dealing with Loops and Branches
- Having fun with Expressions
More Advanced Stuff
- Nested trigger off a PowerApps
- Using variables, arrays and structures to create objects
- Pass objects across a Flow to launch web requests or other flows
- Tips and tricks for maintenance and moving Flows between sites/tenants.
We have a special User Group event planned for August. We are bringing together all New England SharePoint and Office 365 User Groups along with over 40 speakers from SPTechCon Boston in an interactive 1:1 “Ask me Anything” panel. Attendees will have the opportunity to sit with one of the experts for up to 10 minutes to pick their brains on any topic.
This special user group event will be held on Tuesday, August 28th, 5:30pm – 7:30pm at the SPTechCon Boston Conference Center in Downtown Boston. This event is open to everyone but a free registration will be required. We will be sharing the free registration link in the coming weeks.
Learn more at SPTechCon's website, here.