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OneDrive Track

Wednesday, September 22nd 2021, 1:30 pm

  • Craig Jahnke

    Premier Field Engineer at Microsoft

ONE103 - The Fun of a OneDrive Migration

If migrating versions of SharePoint weren't fun enough, many companies are moving their file shares to OneDrive. While both create opportunities for the company to be more productive and manage their data, OneDrive migrations have there own unique considerations and constraints. Come to this session to learn tips, tricks, and gotchas while migrating to OneDrive

Wednesday, September 22nd 2021, 4:20 pm

  • Paul Stork

    Microsoft MVP, MCSM, MBA

ADM106 - SharePoint Security: What Every Owner and Administrator Needs to Know

For many SharePoint environments one of the most important aspects of collaboration is the ability to delegate content security to Content Owners/Creators. This can drastically improve the speed of sharing reliable information. But for this kind of decentralized security structure to be secure the decentralized owners must be well trained and have a good understanding of how Security works in SharePoint. In this talk we will review how Permission Levels, Securable Objects, and Users/Groups interact to provide the basis for SharePoint's security model. We’ll also describe the relationship between individual Permissions and Permission Levels. We'll discuss how on-premises anonymous access is implemented differently than a regular IIS web site and some of the common mistakes that people make when administering security in SharePoint. Finally, we'll review how you can use all this knowledge to troubleshoot problems that arise when you try to secure content. By the time the session is done you'll have all you need to administer security in your site/site collection. You'll also be able to pass on that knowledge to others. The result should be a collaboration system that is both nimble and secure.

Thursday, September 23rd 2021, 2:40 pm

  • Drew Madelung

    Microsoft MVP

ONE203 - OneDrive for Business for Administrators

OneDrive for Business (OD4B) is a key workload in Office 365 and can be an integral part of your collaboration strategy. OD4B provides a cloud location to store, share, and sync your work files and then work with them from any device. Microsoft has spent a lot of effort to get a rock-solid solution including a well-oiled sync engine together. Whether you are looking to roll-out OneDrive for Business or are already are utilizing it, there are a lot of important things that you should know about administration. This session will go through things such as: • When to use it and when not to • Sync capabilities and restrictions • Overall limits, guidance, and best practices • Security capabilities from the user to the tenant • Reporting • What’s new for administration This session will be a technical focused session which will provide you the information and tools you need to ensure your OneDrive for Business deployment is solid and secured.

Friday, September 24th 2021, 1:00 pm

  • Drew Madelung

    Microsoft MVP

CM303 - Everything you need to know about sharing files in SharePoint & OneDrive

You can't spell SharePoint without 'Share'. Sharing is a core concept within the modern workplace and it is powered by SharePoint and OneDrive but there are complexities that lie underneath the covers that you need to know about. Collaboration lives at the core of a workplace and collaboration is built around effective sharing. Getting content securely to the right people at the right time keeps a company moving. But do you really know everything that is out there? Who has access to the content? Is the content still secure? Learn move about what you can do as a user to share your content, what happens after it has been shared, and how to control content sharing as an administrator.

Friday, September 24th 2021, 1:00 pm

  • William Huneycutt

    Microsoft MVP

ONE303 - I didn't know you could do that with OneDrive!

OneDrive for Business is the Microsoft cloud storage service that comes with Office 365 or SharePoint Server. With OneDrive, you can securely store all your files in one place, share them with others, and get to them from anywhere. But did you know that OneDrive can sync SharePoint document libraries using the new and improved OneDrive sync client on both Windows and Mac OS X? Or you can move and copy files quickly and easily with metadata between OneDrive and SharePoint? Or that you can securely share content with users both internally and externally to your organization? How would you like to be able to work with a colleague on the same file, at the same time, in real time? Or perhaps you'd like to use a workflow for content in your OneDrive? Join me in this interactive, hands-on session where I demonstrate the new features that you should be aware of when working with OneDrive for Business and SharePoint Online.

Friday, September 24th 2021, 2:20 pm

  • Adam Levithan

    Microsoft MVP

ONE304 - Rolling Out OneDrive Successfully

Mobility, flexibility, Content Creation & Internal Collaboration rely on an individual’s ability to access and share their content from anywhere at any time. OneDrive for Business powers your employees across Microsoft 365 experiences to meet these unwavering end-user goals. With great integration, between Windows 10 and Office 365, comes great dependencies to mee the expectations of the employee while ensuring the need of IT security & compliance. In this session we'll take a look at the key considerations when building your adoption plan of OneDrive, migration methods for moving your employees' content, how to manage the content as users join and leave your organization.