Exploring SharePoint 2016

Category
Office Productivity
Level
Beginner
Lessons
54
Duration
4h 08m 57s
Last Updated: 2018-11-12
This course will explore SharePoint 2016, the web-based, collaborative platform that integrates with Microsoft Office. Although sold primarily as a document management and storage system, the product is highly configurable, and its function can vary depending on your organization’s needs.

We will begin by discussing infrastructure and licensing, and then we will give a flow demo. Next, we will dive into the power app, new and improved features introduced in 2016, as well as depreciated features, and a brief history of the product.

We will then look into the importance of collaboration and content management when using the product. Governance and retention will be discussed, as well as the search function and office apps.

Next, to describe the SharePoint support feature, we will explain the difference between onsite and offsite. We will discuss users and support, and then conclude with time and implementation scope.
Category
Office Productivity
Level
Beginner
Lessons
54
Duration
4h 08m 57s
Exploring SharePoint 2016 - Module 01 - SharePoint Features
Topic B: Flow Demo - Part 1
3 lessons15m 27sCompleted 0 / 3
Topic C: Power App - Part 1
3 lessons9m 03sCompleted 0 / 3
Topic D: New Features - Part 1
3 lessons22m 57sCompleted 0 / 3
Topic E: Improved Features - Part 1
3 lessons13m 58sCompleted 0 / 3
Topic F: Depreciated Features - Part 1
3 lessons9m 56sCompleted 0 / 3
Topic G: History - Part 1
4 lessons16m 39sCompleted 0 / 4
Exploring SharePoint 2016 - Module 02 - Collaboration and Management
Exploring SharePoint 2016 - Module 03 - SharePoint Support
Philip Wheat
I’m an industry veteran and have been active in the computer industry for over 20 years. With experience stretching back to the beginnings of the PC era, I’ve worked on the leading edges of technology, focusing on embedded systems, knowledge management, and sensor technologies. I’m one of the few who has worked with SharePoint since the original beta, have built my own microprocessor, and have had robotics projects featured in the press and TV shows around the world.
Philip Wheat