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.
Exploring the new goodness in the modern list experience in office 365 combined with special friends from the PowerPlatform.
Microsoft Teams live events are broadcast events with Organizers, Producers, Speakers and Attendees. In this session we’ll compare and contrast meetings with live events and discuss what went well, workarounds, and areas for improvement. Teams Live events can be used for hosting large scale events with more than 10000 attendees. In this session we’ll look at the recent Microsoft 365 Virtual Marathon which had over 400 sessions and 12,750 registered attendees as a case study.
Project Cortex was one of the big announcements at Microsoft Ignite in the Fall of 2019. Join this session to learn what Project Cortex is and how you can begin getting ready for it.
In this session, I’ll show you some tips on how you can utilize PowerApps to customize your SharePoint forms. With PowerApps SharePoint forms you’ll be able to add more functionality and add some features that just aren’t available out of the box with SharePoint forms. I’ll also go over some of the got-yas with using the PowerApps forms.
Drawing from his experiences with (yuck) humans, Seth will identify common challenges and suggest some approaches for succeeding with collaborative content management in O365 (despite its seeming reluctance). Approaching information in a nontechnical way, Seth will talk about the components that make information findable, sharable, and usable, and then address the day-to-day operations needed to keep those components current and thriving. Extra attention will be given to stewardship, that necessarily human approach to ensuring quality and alignment with the business and other users, and to metrics, that necessarily non-human approach to quantifying the current state for communications purposes. And a light bulb joke.