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Sioux Falls, South Dakota, United States
It's inevitable: if you've been dubbed the SharePoint resident expert in your organization, you will be tasked with a SharePoint Online migration at some point. By now you've heard all the reasons why the future is flat and that modern is the way to go but you may find yourself struggling to actually take the first step. Join me as I discuss how I sorted through all the advice to design and implement my own upgrade strategy. I'll start from the beginning and share some observations from a hub site planning activity and then move on to the security and access considerations for sites. We will also take a look at some of the new modern features surrounding Intranet/home page design, navigation and web parts. Lastly, I'll share some my own wildly successful 'crowd favorite' nuggets which are sure to have a positive effect on user adoption and ease any of the pain caused by a SharePoint Online migration.
Heidi Jordan has dedicated 13 years to developing solutions using a combination of SharePoint, forms and workflow – in both SharePoint On-Premises and SharePoint Online. Specializing in no-code design, she is passionate about implementing custom solutions that satisfy both business and end-user needs. Her background includes, but is not limited to SharePoint sites/administration, SharePoint Designer Custom Workflows, InfoPath Forms, Power Apps and Power Automate.