Presenting SharePoint as a Service Back to Your Organization

A session at SharePoint Fest - Chicago 2013

  • Tony Coppa

Tuesday 8th October, 2013

4:35pm to 5:45pm (CST)

Join AvePoint Vice President of Engineering Tony Coppa to gain insight into how Microsoft SharePoint can be presented as a service back to your organization. Based on experiences speaking with large enterprise organizations with multiple workloads inside SharePoint, Tony will explain why many organizations have encouraged distributed management of SharePoint across the business rather than centrally managed by the IT (information technology) department.

This session will discuss how to strike a successful balance between top-down control and trusting users to "do the right thing," resulting in a desired distributed management method that complies with policies agreed upon by the organization's governance committees.

Topics to be highlighted include:

  • Accountability
  • Restrictions
  • Site lifecycle management
  • Adoption
  • Return on investment of the service
  • Available solutions to support the delivery of SharePoint as a service

You will leave with a fresh understanding of:

  • How organizations are presenting SharePoint as a service
  • Several of the key services presented to business users
  • Best practices for measuring adoption and return on investment
  • Incorporating guidance for optimized information architecture

About the speaker

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Tony Coppa

Vice President of Engineering, AvePoint

Tony Coppa is Vice President of Engineering based in AvePoint's Chicago office, with extensive experience in implementing AvePoint solutions into complex, enterprise-level SharePoint deployments across numerous industry verticals. With many years of experience in Microsoft technologies, his extensive contributions to the SharePoint community have earned him speaking opportunities at technical conferences, symposiums, and user groups throughout the country.

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Time 4:35pm5:45pm CST

Date Tue 8th October 2013

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