Going to discuss Office 365 Taxonomy and OneDrive for Business at SharePoint Saturday Paris

SPS ParisThis week I am off to Paris with my little family, and on Saturday I will enjoy spending my day with the French SharePoint community and presenting my views and case study of using OneDrive for Business in Office365. I will be presenting [en Français] which I have not done for years, so be sure to hear some weird “fran-glais” as the technical terms are all in english for me.
The title was actually “Shall we forget about taxonomy with Office 365?” which refers to the fact that OneDrive for Business allows users to store a crazy-full amount of files on the cloud and the question that stands: what to do with all this ? What about my team sites, department sites, organised libraries with metadata that I have been telling and training my users to maintain for years ?
Do I have to forget everything I learnt ?
See you on Saturday to see how some of my clients are managing this question!
À Samedi pour voir comment certain de mes clients gèrent cette problématique d’entreprise! 

4 comments

  1. Hi Francois,
    Unfortunately I don’t speak French – but indeed an interesting subject! Will your supporting slides be available to the public afterwards? If you are also covering hybrid taxonomy scenarios i would like you to be aware of ServiceAware Term Store Sync for SharePoint, which can help support the taxonomy governance in SharePoint hybrid solutions.
    Feel free to check it out on http://www.serviceaware.com
    Thank you,
    Charlotte Cathrine

  2. Hi Francois,
    Unfortunately I don’t speak French – but indeed an interesting subject! Will your supporting slides be available to the public afterwards? If you are also covering hybrid taxonomy scenarios i would like you to be aware of ServiceAware Term Store Sync for SharePoint, which can help support the taxonomy governance in SharePoint hybrid solutions.
    Feel free to check it out on http://www.serviceaware.com
    Thank you,
    Charlotte Cathrine

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