Office 365 Pulse Webisode 1


Wednesday, January 14, 2015

Jennifer Mason

by Jennifer Ann Mason on 1/13/2015


This presentation took place on January 14, 2015. CLICK HERE to jump to the presentation resources for download.

Office 365 Pulse with Jennifer Ann Mason

Every week, new features are released in Office 365 that add significant capabilities and business value. How can you keep on top of these changes? How can you be ready to manage, to drive adoption, and use these new features to fuel productivity, collaboration, agility and innovation?

Jennifer Ann Mason—recognized worldwide as an expert, thought leader and Microsoft MVP—is dedicated to helping you keep your finger on the pulse of fast-moving technology with Office 365 Pulse, a TV-like web show on Unity Vision at IT Unity.  Each webisode will feature Jennifer and her guests as they round up recent announcements and examine the impact of changes on information workers, platform owners, and business decision makers.  

Join the Office 365 Pulse commUNITY live to participate in the discussion in real time. And Office 365 Pulse is “DVR’d” automatically so you’ll be able to catch up with any shows you missed by viewing the recordings, on-demand on

The debut webisode is January 14th at 12:00 noon Pacific Time / 2:00 p.m. Central Time / 3:00 p.m. Eastern Time. Jenn’s guest will be Office 365 MVP, Dan Holme. Be there for the launch of Office 365 Pulse.


About the Speaker: Jennifer Ann Mason

Sharepoint MVP, Rackspace Hostiing


As a SharePoint Server MVP, Jennifer has spent the last several years consulting others on best practices for implementing business solutions using SharePoint technologies. She is passionate about SharePoint and loves using out-of-the-box features to bring immediate ROI to her clients. She has worked with a range of companies, leading teams responsible for design, implementation and maintenance of SharePoint environments. When she isn't riding the slide at her new company, Rackspace Hosting, Jennifer focuses on strategy, planning, governance and sharing her knowledge with the SharePoint community. After a recent move to the Lone Star State from Ohio, where she was a founding member of the Columbus, Ohio SharePoint Users group, Jennifer is learning how to be a true Texan, cowboy boots and all.