What’s all this?
#ESNChat, or Enterprise Social Network chat, is a weekly Twitter chat held Thursdays from 1-2 PM CT around any aspect of corporate / internal online communities.
Such as Yammer, which is what the chat will focus on for May 18! Join me and my Yammer MVP friends as we discuss how to realize AND get value from Yammer, how awesomely Yammer integrates with SharePoint, and what we’re excited over for the future.
Skeptics welcome, too! Give us feedback!
I use Tweetchat with some measure of success to keep track of the hour’s worth of tweets coming in. At 1 PM CT on May 18, sign in to your Twitter account through here: http://tweetchat.com/room/esnchat
See you there!
I’m still exhilarated.
Exhausted, yeah, still a little bit. But the exhilaration hasn’t stopped.
The excitement was contagious:
My whole company (the Crisis Prevention Institute) got excited when I told them the news: After talking with the wonderful Connie Woo at Microsoft about what we did as an organization and how Yammer has helped us supplement and enhance our mission inside and out, she got excited, and within a matter of days we were hooked up with Allytics, a creative marketing firm based out of Redmond, and a local film crew, Creative Edge Productions.
My best friend, there for moral support as well as being one of the interviewees later in the day, took this picture for posterity of me being interviewed by Jim DeGroot:
(Secret: This really is an empty floor of our building. Great space for the major interviews. Then it was back to our own two floors for real live footage.)
We had a blast with the film crew. And fortunately they had a blast with us, as they were with us the whole day. And we can’t wait to see the final product!
I’m happy each time I’m included on the Friday Five, part of the Microsoft MVP Award program!
This link will take you to my feature, “How I Went From English Major to Yammer Community Manager,” as well as blogs on O365 Advanced Security Management, Node.js Git deployment in Azure App Service, and two episodes about PowerShell for Office365 and a light-hearted discussion about life as an IT professional!
I’ve only included this brain because it’s cool and I used to have it as desktop wallpaper: