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by David Berry
SharePoint is a broad platform offering many different capabilities. It is frequently a challenge for clients or even our own management to understand the roles involved in designing and implementing a proper solution, assessing the impact on IT teams to maintain it and most importantly helping the users adjust and accept the new tool in their lives.
In this talk we’ll break down the SharePoint Superman into manageable roles that can be filled by one or more people, including what is a SharePoint architect. We’ll assess the maintenance impact to IT teams, including the division of the SharePoint farm administration roles. Most importantly we’ll look at how the implementation of SharePoint 2010 can impact the organization and its users.
by Brit Kwait
This session will show you how use the new bi-directional sync between SharePoint 2010 and Project 2010 that will free you to actually manage your projects by allowing your team members to update on their progress without your needing to chase them down.
by Peter Ward
How an organization aligns SharePoint with its overall IT and business strategy is key for a successful implementation. This presentation explains the challenges, pit fits, and opportunities and ultimately the wins for the developers, administrators, end users, CIOs and the business.
Discussion points include: Strategy in general, why you need it, strategy tools- How to, strategy musts, signs it’s all going wrong, what it takes for it to succeed.
SharePoint out of the box is a powerful platform. Unfortunately, many organizations seem to think that governance is also out of the box. It isn't. The result? Site sprawl, unfettered content, and general process lawlessness. This is a fairly common problem, and there are definitely steps you can tackle to quickly get back on track. In this session, we'll discuss several real-world strategies for gaining control over your SharePoint environments, better aligning your SharePoint efforts with organizational goals, and dramatically improving your chances of meeting end user expectations.
by Seb Matthews
Increasing data volumes means that more pressure is being placed on Enterprise systems to support organisations be the very best they can be.
SharePoint is no exception to this pressure with farms being asked to do much more than many organisations expected resulting in farm owners and administrators being asked to deliver high quality, high performance and high reliability in aspects of farm operations.
In this session, we will look at the challenges of using SharePoint as a big data repository including:
28th July 2012