Bummer! Sales have ended.
Unfortunately, tickets for this event are no longer on sale.
It's time for our November meeting! Due to a scheduling conflict this month's meeting with be held at Whiskey River. AvePoint will be sponsoring and Ryan VanOsdol from AvePoint will be speaking on SharePoint Governance. Afterwards feel free to hang out, grab a drink and even take a ride on the mechanical bull! Details about the presentation and a little bit about Ryan can be found below. Hope to see you all there!
Also, this is the last meeting of 2012. We will be taking the month of December off due to Christmas. We will resume in January with a presentation from Andrew Connell on SharePoint 2013. Location TBD based on how everyone likes Whiskey River this month.
SharePoint Governance Enforcement: Taking Corrective Actions to Meet Evolving Organizational Needs
So you've heard about "Governance" from all angles in the SharePoint community – the fact that you need "People" to define "Policies", but what "Processes" are actually required to bring this to fruition? This session will introduce the three P's and the business requirements that drive SharePoint governance. In this session we will discuss the types of policies that organizations use within their SharePoint Governance plans.
From this session you should walk away with:
• An understanding of what the key concepts of SharePoint Governance is
• An understanding of the business requirements that drive SharePoint Governance
• An understanding of the types of policies you could have in your SharePoint Governance Plan
Ryan is Vice President of Sales in the Southeastern and Heartland U.S. regions for AvePoint, and works directly with Fortune 500 and other enterprise customers to develop and implement cost-effective SharePoint management, protection, and optimization strategies. Ryan’s experience with SharePoint dates back to the early days of WSS v2, when he worked as a technical consultant for product companies dedicated solely to SharePoint solutions. His knowledge of SharePoint has earned him multiple speaking opportunities within the SharePoint community and at technical tradeshows and events.