2015 festive wrap-up webinar
Join us in our final webinar of the year as we share insights into how the biggest releases and trends this year are impacting your solutions. We’ll also be discussing the hot trends on the horizon, helping you to plan more effectively for you digital solutions in 2016.
Another brilliant year is coming to an end (we can’t believe it either), and what a year it has been! Princess Kate said hello to baby Charlotte and we finally made it to Back to the Future Day. But trumping all that - there have been some brand new releases from Microsoft, new trends for intranets and internal communications and our clients' solutions have got bigger and better.
Theme of the webinar: What have we learnt from 2015? What can you expect in 2016? Make sure you're in the know so you can plan effectively!
Our Festive Agenda:
- Review of our trend predictions from 2014 – were we right or wrong?
- The enterprise trends you need to know from 2015 – including Intranets as a Service, The Digital Workplace and the User Experience Gap
- The biggest Microsoft developments of 2015 – including SharePoint 2016, Delve, Office 365 Groups and more!
- How these developments are affecting your intranet and extranet solutions – with examples from our projects across the yea
- What can we expect from 2016? Our festive predictions
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