Recorded webinar: The benefits, risks and gotchas of migrating to modern SharePoint

Before you move your intranet to modern SharePoint, you’ll want to watch this recorded webinar.

Whether you’re using a legacy platform like SharePoint 2010 or 2013 to host your intranet or leveraging classic SharePoint within Microsoft 365, there are many benefits of moving to modern SharePoint. It offers a much better experience, easier content authoring, stronger integration and more.

But before you embark on a journey to modern SharePoint, there are risks and gotchas you’ll want to understand.

In this recorded webinar, Ben Skelton, Habanero vice president, and Ryan Bender, Habanero product manager, will share what they’ve learned from helping organizations make the move to modern SharePoint.

We’re also delighted to have Kelsey Stanczyk, Sleep Number communications manager, join the webinar. Kelsey will share why Sleep Number made the move from the classic version of SharePoint Online to the new modern experience and explain how the Sleep Number team amalgamated several different intranets into SleepLife, their new modern SharePoint intranet.

What you will learn

  • The benefits of modern SharePoint
  • Migration risks and gotchas
  • How you can make the move to modern easier
  • Benefits and lessons learned from Sleep Number’s move to modern

Who it's for

This webinar is great for anyone considering moving their intranet to modern SharePoint, including:

  • Technology leaders
  • Intranet managers
  • Digital workplace teams
  • Internal communicators

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