The Australian SharePoint Conference has been re-imagined!
The annual SharePoint Conference by ShareThePoint Ltd that has wowed over 400 people at each event for 6 years now becomes “The Digital Workplace Conference” – same quality, more content, and a wider audience. NOTE: Standard price is $770 incl GST. Where else can you get two days of international and local expert speakers and awesome content?
1. Connect – meet like-minded people, make new connections, build your support network.
2. Learn – whether it be training, up-skilling or starting from scratch, the opportunities to learn from the BEST in the field are HERE!
3. Experience – new innovation and inspiring speakers. Walk away with ideas and momentum.
Who Is This For?
There is content suited to business people, managers, CIOs, executives, and end users.
Several sessions will also cover more technical aspects for IT Pro, Developer, System Administrator and Database Administrator roles.
If you are someone who sees the Digital Workplace as something to improve the way you work, increase your team’s productivity and deliver better results – come and learn how.
What Is Included?
Work on the paperless office by improving process workflows, automation and organising documents.
Come and learn about mobile collaboration, communication tools and enterprise social.
We pride ourselves in showcasing customer stories where you can see real-world examples and business sessions you can learn from (for super deep dive technical content, we recommend you attend TechEd).
Products Covered: Skype for Business, Yammer, CRM, OneNote, Office 365 and our usual awesome line up of SharePoint content.
I came across this while browsing my Azure SharePoint 2013 Site Collection. Which I thought was strange considering my On-Prem SharePoint 2013 Site Collection displays the default templates.
A quick Google Search, I came across this: http://social.technet.microsoft.com/Forums/sharepoint/en-US/16461c60-4831-44bd-af11-1f6d99e44ab6/composed-looks-change-the-look-themes-are-missing-when-creating-site-from-saved-template?forum=sharepointgeneral
So the quickest and easiest way to get the templates into Composed Looks, is to create a sub-site and take a loot at the Composed Looks from that Sub-site.
On a sub-site I created all of the default template settings are shown as thus:
Useful Tip: This must be done from Internet Explorer (I used IE10), this will not work from Chrome. I didn’t test it in Firefox.