Saturday 9th November, 2013
10:45am to 11:45am
SharePoint has been capable of providing enterprise grade websites for a number of versions, however these were typically associated with enterprise costs. With the latest release of Office 365, SharePoint 2013 online makes many of these features affordable and available for everybody. This overview of Web Content Management in SharePoint Online will cover the new features available and demonstrate the ease of use of SharePoint 2013 online for everybody from designers to web content editors. The pro’s and con’s will also be presented, including limitations with workarounds and real life examples where escalation to senior Office 365 engineers has resulted in a brick wall. Whether you are building a new primary website for your organisation or a small microsite, an understanding of the benefits and limitations of SharePoint 2013 Online is essential.
Aonghus Fraser (@gusfraser) is the SharePoint Lead Consultant for C5 Alliance
C5 Alliance is a Microsoft Gold Partner in the Channel Islands with 150 IT experts and qualified consultants where he leads the Process & Platforms Team delivering collaboration and communication solutions to financial institutions, legal firms and governments based offshore. Gus has been developing solutions based on Microsoft technologies for over 15 years, and has been responsible for the SharePoint solution architecture for a wide variety of enterprise clients in that period. He speaks regularly at a wide variety of events from the Channel Islands SharePoint User Group which he runs, to international conferences and local schools. Aonghus also lectures to undergraduate Software Engineering & Computing students and blogs occasionally about technology at http://techblurt.com
12pm SharePoint Online – One Year On – The Good, The Bad and The Ugly by Nigel Price
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