SPTechCon Boston 2019: A KnowledgeLake Preview
By Tori Cameron on August 22, 2019
Will we see you in Boston?
Next week, Boston will hold the annual SPTechCon. SPTechCon is always a great chance to learn SharePoint and Office365 best practices from knowledgeable experts. This year, KnowledgeLake’s very own Aaron Cutler will be among the experts running a session at the conference. If you’ll be in Boston for the conference, you won’t want to miss it!
Don't miss our RPA-centric content management strategy session!
His session will center on the reasons you should include RPA in your SharePoint content management strategy. Although you may know SharePoint well and have probably heard of RPA, what you likely haven’t seen is what happens when you combine the two. In the session, you’ll learn what RPA is, how the bots work, and how to expand your content management capabilities with the unique combination of RPA and SharePoint Online. He’ll also highlight three reasons to incorporate RPA into your SharePoint content management strategy and back up each reason with a real-world use case. Follow KnowledgeLake social media for live updates throughout the week!
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