Business analyst and information architect specializing in the “people side” of intranet
Susan Hanley is a business analyst and information architect specializing in the “people side” of intranet and collaboration solutions. She is a Microsoft Office Apps and Services MVP and the co-author of the Essential SharePoint book series and writes the Essential SharePoint blog for Computerworld.com.
Sue’s areas of expertise include knowledge management, information architecture, collaboration and intranet strategy, user adoption, governance and business value metrics. Immediately prior to establishing her own consulting practice, Sue led the Portals, Collaboration, and Content Management practice for Dell Professional Services.
If you are shopping for or planning a new intranet, what capabilities do you need to have? What do you need to think about to ensure that you deliver success? How does Microsoft Teams factor into your intranet? If you are wondering about the answers to these questions and more, this session is for you! […]
With Project Cortex, Microsoft has introduced significant innovations for KM and intelligent content services. But what if you don’t have Project Cortex or are still thinking about it? In this session, you will learn how you can use the available applications in Microsoft 365 to support and transform the flow of knowledge in your organization […]