I will be speaking at the Cincinnati SharePoint User group on Thursday, March 7, 2013.
Topic: SharePoint 2013 Real Estate – Do you buy, rent, or both?
I will be presenting on the SharePoint 2013 hosting models for on-premise, Office365, and the Hybrid (both on-premise and Office365 tied together) to share insight on features should be reviewed in order to help an organization to choose the right model that fits.
For more information please go to www.cincinnatispug.org for more information.
I have always thought about wanting to do a SharePoint Saturday in Dayton, Ohio while I was starting the Dayton SharePoint User Group.
I am very happy to announce the SharePoint Saturday event is stopping here in Dayton, Ohio for the first time. This is not just a “me” thing to make this happen. I am very fortunate to have met and teamed up with a great group of passionate and dedicated people to form a committee to make this event a success.
Date: June, 30, 2010
The March 2012 monthly meeting will be a lightning talk format. What does this mean?
“Lighting Round” meeting where everyone is welcome to submit a proposal to speak for anywhere from 5 to 15 minutes. It allows for people to share various experiences within the SharePoint environment for all members of the audience can learn.
Please visit the Dayton SharePoint User Group website for more information:
Mike Smith (picture on the left) a MCT, SharePoint MVP, many other acronyms along with the Cincinnati SharePoint User Group committee once again put together a great learning atmosphere for the monthly meeting at the Cincinnati SharePoint User Group.
I am using one of the items I learned from the meeting. It’s called, Windows Live Writer from Microsoft. It’s an online editor that can tie into various types of blog websites.
My blog runs on WordPress and I have to say it was really simple to connect and use. I have now used the tool to clean up formatting issues I had with my other posts on this blog.
The meeting’s theme was Lightning Talks with audience participation. I left the meeting with a few more tidbit and tricks.
Please visit Mike Smith’s blog for information and buy his book!