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Microsoft Graph: What is it and what it means for the SharePoint community

Speaker:

Richard diZerega

Abstract:

The Microsoft Graph is a unified application programming interface (API) for accessing all the information in Microsoft 365. But you don’t need to be a programmer to appreciate what it does. Audiences: developers, IT pros, site collection owners and power users. The Microsoft Graph provides unified access to user data, Microsoft 365 services and apps such as SharePoint, OneDrive, Outlook/Exchange, Microsoft Teams, OneNote, Planner, and Excel. And more. This presentation discusses the momentum around the Microsoft Graph. We’ll keep it high level: laying out its strategic value and what SharePoint professionals need to know: what is the Microsoft Graph, why it’s important, how developers can use it, and what it means for the SharePoint community.

Bio:

Richard helps developers and software vendors maximize their use of Microsoft cloud services in Office 365 and Azure. He’s spent much of the last decade architecting Office-centric solutions — many spanning Microsoft’s diverse technology portfolio. Richard is a passionate technology evangelist; active in the Office 365 community; and a frequent speaker at worldwide conferences, trainings and events. While he’s on a Redmond-based team, he is a life-long Texan and resides in Austin.

Recorded At:

Austin Office 365 and SharePoint User Group

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