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Leading Practices for Planning a SharePoint Environment

I was recently hosted by CIPS Saskatchewan to give my Leading Practices for Planning and Implementing a SharePoint Environment presentation.  It was  a great time and I really enjoyed giving it.  I will also be presenting the session in October at the Victoria SharePoint User Group and at SharePoint Saturday Redmond.  I have updated the slide deck somewhat so wanted to provide it to everyone for them to download.

Thank you to all the organizations for allowing me to present this session and thank you to everyone who came out and attended.  I hope you gained something from the presentation.

Click this link to download the slide deck.

 

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Playing Outside Your Sandbox Slide Deck

This weekend I had the privilege of speaking at the SharePoint Saturday Conference in Vancouver.  At the conference I spoke on no code solutions for SharePoint Business Connectivity Services and the different features you had access to out of the box.  It was a great experience and one I hope to repeat in the future.  This presentation seems quite popular as I will be giving it again at the SharePoint Saturday in Calgary and the Prairie Developers Conference in Winnipeg.

As promised for all of these sessions I have attached the slide deck here for you to download for reference.

Playing outside your sandbox

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Leading Practices for Planning and Implementing a SharePoint Environment

This month I traveled to Saskatoon, Edmonton and Calgary to present on the Leading Practices of Planning and Implementing a SharePoint Environment.  This was not meant as a technical discussion, but instead a discussion on implementing a SharePoint environment.  There is a bit of technical topics within it, but the focus is how to plan out your entire project to get the best SharePoint implementation you can.  I had a lot of great discussions and questions from everyone that attended and really enjoyed myself.   I promised everyone I would post my slide deck so they could reference it and use it should they choose to.

I would really like to thank the Saskatchewan SharePoint User Group,  Edmonton Microsoft User Group, and the Calgary SharePoint User Group for hosting me for these presentations.  I really enjoyed myself and hope to return soon with another presentation.  I would also like to thank Solvera Solutions for making this all possible as well.

As promised… the slide deck.

Leading Practices for Planning and Implementing SharePoint