vendredi , 29 mai 2020

I’m speaking at #ESPC19!

The countdown is on to the European SharePoint, Office 365 & Azure Conference – just 7 weeks to go! 

Join me on Tuesday 3rd of December for my session “What is Common Data Model and How to use it? 

The Microsoft Common Data model (CDM) is the Azure-based storage mechanism for the Microsoft business application platform. The most intuitive use case for the CDM is to provide an easy to use relational database for PowerApps. App Creators can use the CDM to model their data and easily share apps created on that data. CDM aims to provide much more than storage, it also provides definitions for common business entities as well as integration capabilities for importing data from multiple sources like SharePoint Online and On Premises. With data sourced across the enterprise, businesses can drive insights and actions using PowerApps, Power BI, and Microsoft Flow based solutions. 

Benefits of Attending this Session:  

  • Common Data Service vs Common Data Model 
  • What licences are required to start using CDM 
  • Setup your own CDM database and start using it 

For those of you who haven’t been before, or are thinking of attending, ESPC is a really fun, welcoming event with a big focus on the topics and learning. It brings together an amazing group of speakers, sponsors and delegates, including Microsoft Leaders, Product Team members and leading community RDs, MVPs and MCMs, so we can all help each other achieve great things with SharePoint, Office 365 or Azure. 

In ESPC’s own words, here’s some more about what makes the conference special and why I’m super excited to attend. 

Reasons to Attend ESPC19 

  • Focus – 4x days of SharePoint, Office 365 & Azure inspiration, a real chance to dive deep into the topics, to get away from the office and think, learn and enjoy time with your peers. Within the Conference Programme Azure @ ESPC19 will also contain over 40 dedicated Azure sessions. 
  • Scale – The conference programme covers 11 Full Day Pre-Conference Tutorials, 140+ sessions, 2500+ peers to help you meet your objectives. 
  • Depth – Catering for levels 100-400, deep-dive sessions delivered by Microsoft Product Team members, RDs, MVPs, MCMs and independent experts who can tailor the appropriate levels of detail. 
  • Breadth – Keynotes, Sessions, Tutorials and Social events. Sessions will provide learning on important topics including; Teams, SharePoint Framework, AI, Security, Graph, Power BI, Azure AD, Flow, Cosmos DB, Windows 10, APIs, IoT, Microsoft 365, Governance and Integration to highlight a few. Pre-Conference Tutorials will offer deep learning from the absolute experts in the areas of PnP, Machine Learning & AI, Azure Infrastructure, Insights and Data, Usage & Adoption, Productivity and SharePoint & Office 365 Development. 
  • Independence – Learn what’s coming and what works. 
  • Partners/Vendors – Meet the best local, European and international solution providers in the Exhibition Hall. 
  • Microsoft – Hear it first. Held in December, ESPC19 will have the most up to date learning and the very latest announcements from Ignite 2019, delivered by Microsoft Leaders and Product Team members, including Jeff Teper, Scott Hanselman, Miri Rodriguez, Vesa Juvonen and Alex Simons.   
  • Setting – Amazing venues and location that facilitate comfort, ease of learning and bringing the community together. 
  • Connections – Multiple opportunities to connect with your peers, people facing or solving the same challenges you face. 
  • Experts – Simply, the best of the best. Check out this year’s ESPC19 Conference Programme

If you are planning to attend, don’t forget, you or your team can use my coupon code ESPC19SPK to receive a special €100 discount. 

About Nicolas Georgeault

Fort de plus de 20 ans d’expérience dans la gestion de la connaissance et dans le design des portails et des architectures d’information plus particulièrement dans le contexte des réseaux sociaux dans un contexte de l’entreprise, Nicolas Georgeault se spécialise aujourd’hui dans la capitalisation de l’intelligence collective de ses clients. Au travers du centre de recherche MuBrain spécialisé dans l’intelligence collective étendue également à l’intelligence artificielle et dans le développement des outils It4.Me, il se concentre aujourd’hui sur l’analyse et de l’écriture automatisé du contenu des réunions et conversations. MVP SharePoint Server pendant 6 ans, il est aujourd’hui honoré d’être MVP Office Server and Services depuis 2 ans. Sa vision du futur et ses qualités de conférenciers l’amène régulièrement à partager ses connaissances dans plusieurs ouvrages et publications web ainsi que régulièrement lors de plusieurs conférences et groupes d’utilisateurs au Canada mais également en Europe et aux Etats-Unis.

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