Reminder – The Future of SharePoint – An Online Event May 4th, 2016 9:30 AM PST


This is a friendly reminder that if you have any toe in the SharePoint world, you need to ensure your calendar is marked for tomorrow, May 4th, 2016, 9:30 AM PST. Why? Microsoft is presenting a webcast of “The Future of SharePoint”, live from San Francisco.

First things first, if you haven’t done so already, register for this event.

What is this all about? Jeff Teper, Corporate Vice President of OneDrive and SharePoint at Microsoft is keynoting a day of the Future of SharePoint. After his keynote, on-demand video presentations will be available detailing upcoming SharePoint innovations. While I can’t share what Jeff and the rest of the SharePoint team will be presenting, I have been telling every client, partner, colleague, and SharePoint friend I know that they will want to sign-up. You won’t want to miss what Microsoft has been, and will be, up to with SharePoint.

This is especially true for anyone about to embark on a migration to SharePoint 2016 or Office 365. Even if you are looking to migrate to SharePoint 2013, you owe it to yourself to get an idea of where SharePoint is heading. It may just change a few of your plans. Or, are you considering SharePoint against other platforms? If so, this will be a great opportunity for you to see where SharePoint is heading and how it will stack up.

If you can’t join the live announcement, okay, then I recommend following #FutureOfSharePoint on Twitter where I and many others will be live tweeting from San Francisco. And of course, there will be many follow-up posts by myself and others in the community distilling SharePoint’s future down to manageable nuggets of information.

The entire PixelMill team will be listening in, taking notes and embarking on plans on how this will affect our clients. We hope you join us tomorrow as we learn what is in store for the future of SharePoint. May the fourth be with you.

Stay-tuned for more updates! 


  1. I’m glad I checked in on your blog today. We’ve been discussing the future of InfoPath and SharePoint Designer now that we’ve moved to SharePoint Online. Thanks for sharing!

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