Susan Hanley

Susan Hanley is a consultant, author, and Microsoft Office Servers and Services MVP. She specializes in helping organizations build effective portal and collaboration solutions using SharePoint. She is the co-author of Essential SharePoint 2013. You can find her speaking schedule, white papers, books, and conference presentations at http://www.susanhanley.com.

Knowledge management takes center stage at SharePoint Virtual Summit

10 tips to get started with Microsoft Teams

10 tips to get started with Microsoft Teams

Microsoft Teams provides a great way for teams who want a chat experience to connect. These tips will help you get the most value from the collaboration tool.

End User Involvement, Governance, and Expert Help Drive Success in the 10 Best Intranets of 2017

End User Involvement, Governance, and Expert Help Drive Success in the 10 Best Intranets of 2017

The 10 Best Intranets of 2017 were officially announced on January 7, 2017. Even though it’s a little weird to call these the best intranets of 2017 – especially because the submissions were completed in June of 2016 – the report has...

A New Year’s Resolution for your Intranet: Do an IA Health Check!

A New Year’s Resolution for your Intranet: Do an IA Health Check!

Even with the best search engines available, Information Architecture is still critically important for your intranet. This article provides six key checks to help ensure that your intranet IA is delivering value.

Go Teams! – Microsoft introduces new way to connect people and conversations

Go Teams! – Microsoft introduces new way to connect people and conversations

Microsoft Teams is the new kid on the Office 365 block – persistent chat service with some great features and cool integration.

Atlanta Ignites with Continued SharePoint and OneDrive Innovation!

Atlanta Ignites with Continued SharePoint and OneDrive Innovation!

This past week, Atlanta was host to about 25,000 visitors for Microsoft Ignite. During the Day 1 keynote, Jeff Teper, Corporate Vice President for OneDrive and SharePoint, took the stage for 15 minutes to introduce the continued...

It takes a village: Change management with Office 365

It takes a village: Change management with Office 365

One of the key benefits of leveraging Office 365 for your SharePoint solutions is that you will be able to take advantage of all of the latest and greatest advances in the platform as they are launched. Even though we have the benefit...

Wondering where common actions got moved in Modern Document Libraries? Use this handy guide!

Wondering where common actions got moved in Modern Document Libraries? Use this handy guide!

Feature comparison for commonly used document library actions in modern versus “classic” SharePoint document libraries.

For Your Reading List: Re-Imagining Productive Work with Office 365 by Michael Sampson

For Your Reading List: Re-Imagining Productive Work with Office 365 by Michael Sampson

Michael Sampson’s latest book, Re-Imagining Productive Work with Office 365, is a “must read” if you are currently using or planning to use Office 365. Michael is a brilliant author and approaches his overview of Office 365 not from...

The Future of SharePoint is All About You

The Future of SharePoint is All About You

Microsoft announced major changes to SharePoint in San Francisco on May 4. The changes are significant from all perspectives, but most importantly, for business users. The new SharePoint is focused on people experiences – with...

A SharePoint Conference and a South African Safari: Two great ideas to consider for June 2016

A SharePoint Conference and a South African Safari: Two great ideas to consider for June 2016

On June 20, 2016, the Eventful Group will host the annual Share Conference in Johannesburg, South Africa. The value of the South African Rand against the US Dollar makes this a great time to consider attending this unique,...

How to Ensure that Users are Prompted for Document Metadata in Office 365 and SharePoint 2016

How to Ensure that Users are Prompted for Document Metadata in Office 365 and SharePoint 2016

In Office 365 (SharePoint Online) and SharePoint 2016, when you upload a single document to a library with metadata, you are not prompted to enter the metadata values unless at least one field is required. This article describes...

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