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10 things a SharePoint Architect should know before they go contracting

This was a presentation that I did at SharePoint Saturday Boston 2016

SharePoint – How to go contracting from Peter Ward

 

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The 10 point guide to implementing just enough office 365 gov

The 10 point guide to implementing just enough office 365 gov from Peter_1020

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10 points to make a rogue SharePoint environment really, really secure

Securing sharepoint from Peter_1020

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SharePoint Saturday – Albany 1st Feb 2014

The first SharePoint Saturday Albany will take place on Saturday, February 1st, 2014, from 8:30 am to 4:00 pm at Microsoft Albany Office located at 54 State Street, 7th Floor, Albany, NY.

SharePoint Saturday is FREE, open to the public and is your local chance to immerse yourself in SharePoint!

SharePoint Saturday is an educational, informative, and lively day filled with sessions from respected SharePoint professionals and MVPs, covering a wide variety of SharePoint-orientated topics. Mingle and learn with SharePoint business users, architects, developers, and other professionals that work with SharePoint everyday, and who can share insights into the new SharePoint 2013.

I’m speaking….  To register click here

 

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Cloud Training- The basics

Date: Saturday, December 14

  • Time: 2:00 PM – 4:00 PM
  • Category: Cloud Services

Event details:

10 steps to know how to make the move to the cloud: The word ‘cloud’ is often thrown around in conversation as if this knowledge is given. But when it comes to file storage, email and instant messaging, screen sharing, life gets a bit complex and daunting. The workshop style presentation introduces you to the : 1. The confusing terms demystified 2. Compare and contrast: a. Drop box, SkyDrive b. Yammer, Facebook c. Google docs and Office 365 d. SharePoint 3. Where to start This is ideal for anyone who is thinking of moving their business activities to the cloud, whether you work for a Fortune 500, or are a Fortune 500,000.

 

This is an ideal workshop to explain the what, where and how of the cloud. This workflow is presented by: Peter Ward a SharePoint architect and coauthor of 4 SharePoint books and works for the Microsoft partner Soho Dragon Solutions. www.sohodragon.com

For further details, click here

 

 

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Pushing SharePoint functionality to the Extreme – SharePoint user group

Tonight’s User group pow wow will be workshop interactive style on SharePoint 2010 power user techniques.

This workshop will focus on creative yet often overlooked ways to bring requested SharePoint user experience, without cranking out Visual Studio.

How often do you hear from a SharePoint consultant…”This requires custom code”……..    Often this is not the case and the science project approach to SharePoint deployments is not required.

Peter lifts the curtain on how to be creative with your SharePoint approach with techniques that don’t just push the envelope, but shred it.

Note:

What this workshop is not:

– PowerPoint

– A talking head saying how great SharePoint is

– Lots of over used words like , “awesome, social, synergy, big data, and cupcakes ”

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Non coding BI

Share point no coding bi from Peter1020

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Links from my presentation, from SharePoint Sat in Philly

Access to Sharepoint

Getting started with jQuery

jQuery dashboards

Mega Menu

Changing the URL in Excel

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SharePoint ShopTalk

I’m a panelist on SharePoint ShopTalk this Thursday- If you want to join me

click here to register

SharePoint ShopTalk is a live, dynamic discussion held weekly amongst SharePoint Professionals. It is an excellent source for users who need to discuss challenges or are looking for answers to pressing contemporary SharePoint issues.

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Applying an IT strategy to SharePoint presentation

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