Sessions at SharePoint Saturday NYC 2012 about SharePoint in Belasco

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Saturday 28th July 2012

  • Using SPMetal for faster SharePoint development

    by Pranav Sharma

    This session will cover the ins and outs of SPMetal, a tool which ships with SharePoint 2010. SPMetal allows developers compile-time access to SharePoint lists and content types. This allows for type-safe access to columns/fields on a SharePoint site. Additionally, developers can write LINQ queries against these lists using SPMetal which speeds up query writing tremendously for developers. We will additionally cover adding support for complex column types (Managed Metadata, Publishing HTML, etc) which aren’t support by SPMetal out of the box. Lastly we will also touch upon performance considerations and other best practices when coding with SPMetal.

    At 9:15am to 10:30am, Saturday 28th July

    In Belasco, Microsoft New York Office

    Coverage slide deck

  • Managing the size of the your SharePoint farm with Record Center Archiving

    by Neil Barkhina

    SharePoint Server is a great document management system, however scaling your server to hold terabytes of data takes careful planning and configuration. In this session, you will learn all about archiving documents using the SharePoint Record Center via multi-stage retention policies. Also to be covered is an overview of SharePoint limits and boundaries as well as monitoring your Content Database using SQL Management Studio.

    At 10:40am to 11:55am, Saturday 28th July

    In Belasco, Microsoft New York Office

  • Case Study of a SharePoint 2010 Budgeting/Forecasting Portal

    by Nick Bisciotti

    A professional services company required a company-wide portal solution in time to do year end budgeting, forecasting, and strategic planning. The organization’s commercial off the shelf (COTS) finance system couldn’t fulfill the requirements. Despite many resource and time constraints, a solution was developed and rolled out within 6 weeks using SharePoint Server 2010, a custom SQL Server database (Tables, Views, TSQL), SQL Server Integration Services (SSIS configurations, Control Flows, Data Flows), SQL Server Reporting Services (SSRS deployment, Reports, Charts), SharePoint Designer, Data View Web Parts, and Search (Managed Properties, Scopes, Web Parts, XSLT).

    This session includes a demonstration of the solution as well as a walkthrough of the technical components, project approach, and lessons learned.

    At 1:00pm to 2:15pm, Saturday 28th July

    In Belasco, Microsoft New York Office

  • Securing Microsoft Technologies for HITECH Compliance

    by Marie-Michelle Strah

    Both federal and commercial healthcare organizations are faced with unprecedented opportunities to improve operational efficiencies and access to care, including Health 2.0 initiatives, telemedicine, and innovative outreach and collaboration solutions for patients, caregivers and providers. However, the roadmap for interoperability, meaningful use, program integrity and data integrity provides challenges for HIPAA 5010, ICD 10 conversion, and data sharing across DoD, VA and commercial healthcare providers and ACO.

    Microsoft SharePoint and Microsoft Dynamics CRM can play an important role in managing unstructured and structured data in healthcare organizations but need to be architected and configured to meet the complex demands of connected health frameworks and HITECH security and privacy. The recent launch of Office365 as a HIPAA-compliant infrastructure has also significantly changed the game for cloud and compliance.

    Learn how to plan, architect and provide end to end security for SharePoint, Office365 and CRM solutions in a BYOD healthcare setting using native features of these platforms as well as third party solutions. Case study format.

    At 2:30pm to 3:45pm, Saturday 28th July

    In Belasco, Microsoft New York Office

    Coverage slide deck

  • An In-Depth Look at the 2010 SharePoint Designer Workflow Task Process

    by Kim Frehe

    SharePoint Designer 2010 has gotten some fancy new upgrades. One of the more complex upgrades is the new Workflow Task Process. This intricate process can easily be customized to support complicated workflows. Learn tips and tricks to using the new task process as well as hearing some time-saving lessons learned.

    Here are just a few of the topics that will be covered:

    • The initiation and task forms
    • The difference between assigning tasks and starting a task process
    • Configure what happens when a task process starts and stops
    • Configure what happens for each individual task.
    • Setting conditions to end a task process
    • Customizing emails based on user actions
    • Setting custom task outcomes
    • How to send reminders without creating secondary workflows to send reminders.

    At 4:15pm to 5:30pm, Saturday 28th July

    In Belasco, Microsoft New York Office