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Registration open for Boston Area SharePoint Users Group on 5/11/11

BASPUG_195square_initialsRegistration is now open for the May 11th, 2011 meeting of the Boston Area SharePoint Users Group, at the Microsoft NERD center in Cambridge, MA.

PRESENTER
The presenter for our next meeting is Carlos Valcarcel, FAST Technical Specialist at Microsoft. He will be presenting "Architecture: Fast Search Server 2010 for SharePoint".

SESSION ABSTRACT
With the new release of SharePoint comes a plethora of new features: linear scalability, support for more languages, better relevancy, and support for 100 million documents in total per farm just to name a few. Yet, Microsoft’s acquisition of Fast Search and Transfer in 2007 has changed where SharePoint enterprise search is going. After a brief overview of SharePoint 2010 we will look at Fast Search Server 2010, what its feature set looks like and the reasons for using it over SharePoint search.

About Carlos
Carlos has been in software development since the mid-80’s working in financial services, insurance and technology. He has worked with C, C++, Java, J2EE, Spring, Eclipse and Python in various locations around the United States and Australia. During his time as an independent consultant he presented sessions on software development and distributed system architecture in the US, UK, Germany and France. In 2004 Sams Publishing published his first book, Eclipse Kick Start (for Eclipse version 3.0).

He has been with FAST, A Microsoft Subsidiary, since March of 2007 in a pre-sales technical role.

MEETING SPONSOR
TBA

SUSTENANCE
Food and beverages will be provided at the event.

RAFFLE PRIZES
We will be handing out raffle tickets at the BASPUG meetings.

LOCATION
We will be meeting at the Microsoft New England Research and Development Center, located in Cambridge, MA. For more information on the facility, as well as directions, please visit here: http://www.microsoftcambridge.com

LINKED IN
Join our group on LinkedIn today to connect with the rest of the BASPUG members, and spread the word!

FACEBOOK

We are also on facebook! http://www.facebook.com/#!/pages/Boston-Area-SharePoint-User-Group/113652405354617

TWITTER
Follow news about the Boston Area SharePoint Users Group on twitter by following us @BASPUG, and by using the hashtag #BASPUG

WEB

Visit the Boston Area SharePoint Users Group website at http://www.bostonsharepointug.org

ORGANIZERS

Event meetings are organized by Geoff Varosky of Grace-Hunt, Eugene Rosenfeld of Black Blade Associates, Ryan Tacy of HP, and Talbott Crowell of Third Millenium.

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Registration open for Boston Area SharePoint Users Group on 1/12/11

BASPUG_195square_initialsRegistration is now open for the January 12th, 2011 meeting of the Boston Area SharePoint Users Group, at the Microsoft NERD center in Cambridge, MA.

PRESENTER
Our presenter for our next meeting is Scott Jamison, Managing Partner at Jornata. He will be presenting "SharePoint 2010 Usage and Adoption Best Practices".

SESSION ABSTRACT
This session will cover best practices for usage and adoption of SharePoint 2010. We’ll answer questions for both the SharePoint adoption team and users alike….

For the adoption team:

• How can I get my employees excited about using this new collaboration technology (champions, incentives)? 
• How do I make sure all the employees in my organization understand and feel comfortable using SharePoint?
• How can I make sure that SharePoint fits into existing business processes, and makes people’s jobs easier? 
• How do I manage the behavioral change required to integrate SharePoint into the way people work?

For users:

• What collaboration methods and site templates are most appropriate for which types of situations?
• What should I ask myself before setting up a SharePoint site? 
• How should I manage content? 
• What should I think about when tagging? 
• Etiquette for social interactions?

About Scott
Scott is Managing Partner and CEO of Jornata, a Boston-based Gold Partner and SharePoint consulting firm. Scott is a world-renowned expert on knowledge worker technologies and collaborative solutions and is an experienced leader with almost 20 years directing managers and technology professionals to deliver a wide range of business solutions for customers. Scott is a recognized thought leader and published author with several books, including Essential SharePoint 2007 and Essential SharePoint 2010. Scott received his master’s degree in Computer Science from Boston University, with post-graduate work at Bentley’s McCallum Graduate School of Business.  Scott is a SharePoint Certified Master.

MEETING SPONSOR
TBA

SUSTENANCE
Food and beverages will be provided at the event.

RAFFLE PRIZES
We will be handing out raffle tickets at the BASPUG meeting for the following items.

LOCATION
We will be meeting at the Microsoft New England Research and Development Center, located in Cambridge, MA. For more information on the facility, as well as directions, please visit here: http://www.microsoftcambridge.com

LINKED IN
Join our group on LinkedIn today to connect with the rest of the BASPUG members, and spread the word!

FACEBOOK
We are also on Facebook! http://www.facebook.com/#!/pages/Boston-Area-SharePoint-User-Group/113652405354617

TWITTER
Follow news about the Boston Area SharePoint Users Group on twitter by following us @BASPUG, and by using the hashtag #BASPUG

WEB
Visit the Boston Area SharePoint Users Group website at http://www.bostonsharepointug.org

ORGANIZERS
Event meetings are organized by Geoff Varosky of Grace-Hunt, Eugene Rosenfeld of Black Blade Associates, Ryan Tacy of HP, and Talbott Crowell of Third Millenium.

Registration open for Boston Area SharePoint Users Group on 12/8/10

BASPUG_100square_initialsRegistration is now open for the December 8th, 2010 meeting of the Boston Area SharePoint Users Group, back again on our home turf at the Microsoft NERD center in Cambridge, MA.

 

PRESENTER

Our presenter for our next meeting Is Marc Anderson, President and Founder of Sympraxis Consulting. He will be presenting "Developing in SharePoint’s Middle Tier".

SESSION ABSTRACT

While most of the market focus in SharePoint development lies with .NET skills and techniques, there is a rich middle ground which has been rapidly gathering a following. Developing in the Middle Tier with SharePoint Designer, Data View Web Parts (DVWPs), jQuery, and the SharePoint Web Services using SPServices, you can build rich solutions with no risk of deploying managed code to your SharePoint servers. 

In this session, Marc will show examples of Middle Tier development techniques and answer your questions about when Middle Tier development may prove to be a highly viable alternative to traditional .NET development.

About Marc

Marc is the Co-Founder and President of Sympraxis Consulting LLC, located in the Boston suburb of Newton, Mass. He has more than 25 years of experience in technology, professional services, and software development. Marc is the developer of the jQuery Library for SharePoint Web Services (aka SPServices) and a faculty member at the USPJ Academy focused on Middle Tier Development with SharePoint. Read Marc’s blog at http://sympmarc.com.


MEETING SPONSOR
TBA

SUSTENANCE
Food and beverages will be provided at the event.

RAFFLE PRIZES

We will be handing out raffle tickets at the BASPUG meeting for the following items.

LOCATION
We will be meeting at the Microsoft New England Research and Development Center, located in Cambridge, MA. For more information on the facility, as well as directions, please visit here: http://www.microsoftcambridge.com

LINKED IN
Join our group on LinkedIn today to connect with the rest of the BASPUG members, and spread the word!

FACEBOOK

We are also on Facebook! http://www.facebook.com/#!/pages/Boston-Area-SharePoint-User-Group/113652405354617

TWITTER
Follow news about the Boston Area SharePoint Users Group on twitter by following us @BASPUG, and by using the hashtag #BASPUG

WEB

Visit the Boston Area SharePoint Users Group website at http://www.bostonsharepointug.org

ORGANIZERS

Event meetings are organized by Geoff Varosky of Grace-Hunt, Eugene Rosenfeld of Black Blade Associates, Ryan Tacy of HP, and Talbott Crowell of Third Millenium.

Registration open for Boston Area SharePoint Users Group on 11/10/10

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Registration is now open for the November 10th, 2010 meeting of the Boston Area SharePoint Users Group, back again on our home turf at the Microsoft NERD center in Cambridge, MA.

PRESENTERS

Our presenters for our next meeting are Richard Harbridge, a Senior SharePoint Evangelist at Allin Consulting, and Mark Bramhall, CTO at Allin Consulting. They will be presenting "SharePoint 2010 Integration and Interoperability: What you need to know".

Session Abstract

There are countless challenges when dealing with business data. A few of note are:

  • Higher Overhead for IT to Service User Requests
  • Multiple Places to Search Results in Reduced Applicable Contexts
  • Multiple Places to Administer, Manage, and Maintain
  • High Data Integration Costs (100% Custom and Often One Offs)
  • Silos or Islands of Business Data Lead to Redundant Data or Processes
  • Multiple Interfaces Creates User Dissatisfaction and Increased Training Costs

Microsoft SharePoint is a platform than can help significantly reduce the challenges mentioned above by using an interoperable platform of connected services. In our session we will explore SharePoint’s new Interoperability underpinnings as well as the BCS to determine how they can be leveraged effectively in real world scenarios.

What we will be talking about:

  • SharePoint’s Important Interoperability
  • What is the BCS?
    • External Content Types
    • External Columns
    • External Lists
    • Extensibility and Tooling
  • Other Ways SharePoint Leverages the BCS
  • Demonstration of BCS
  • The Limitations of BCS

About Richard

Over the past 7 years I have had the pleasure of working extensively with SharePoint as an end user, developer, administrator, architect, business analyst, and consultant. In this time I defined, architected, developed, and implemented well over a hundred SharePoint solutions from small implementations of WSS on a single server, to 80,000+ user implementations in international organizations.
About Mark

Mark has over 40 years’ experience in Information Technology. As Chief Technology Officer, Mark is responsible for the evaluation and implementation of new technologies as well as being a core member of development teams that build client systems.  He has helped client’s assemble and deploy large, distributed application systems in the fields of healthcare, finance, distance learning, and entertainment.


MEETING SPONSOR
TBA

SUSTENANCE
Food and beverages will be provided at the event.

 

RAFFLE PRIZES
We will be handing out raffle tickets at the BASPUG meetings.

Black Blade Associates will be raffling off a license, valued at $2000 for their SharePoint Zip product, at each and every meeting of the BASPUG!

Lightning Tools will also be raffling off a license for their BCS MetaMan product. Lighning Tools has also stepped up to provide this as a raffle item at each of our meetings!

We also have books, XBOX Games, T-Shirts, and more!

 

LOCATION
We will be meeting at the Microsoft New England Research and Development Center, located in Cambridge, MA. For more information on the facility, as well as directions, please visit here: http://www.microsoftcambridge.com

 

LINKED IN
Join our group on LinkedIn today to connect with the rest of the BASPUG members, and spread the word!

 

FACEBOOK

We are also on facebook! http://www.facebook.com/#!/pages/Boston-Area-SharePoint-User-Group/113652405354617

 

TWITTER
Follow news about the Boston Area SharePoint Users Group on twitter by following us @BASPUG, and by using the hashtag #BASPUG

 

WEB

Visit the Boston Area SharePoint Users Group website at http://www.bostonsharepointug.org

 

ORGANIZERS

Event meetings are organized by Geoff Varosky of Grace-Hunt, Eugene Rosenfeld of Black Blade Associates, Ryan Tacy of HP, and Talbott Crowell of Third Millenium.

SPTechCon & October 21st BASPUG re-cap and materials

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I know, I know… I still need to publish my post on this past SharePoint Saturday Boston… however, since SPTechCon is slightly more fresh in my mind, and, because I promised materials to one of the lucky folks who attended my sessions by the end of the day, SPTechCon has taken the driver’s seat.

All I can say is what a great conference! Unfortunately, I was meeting people and companies, and talking to session-goers, catching up with friends, and meeting new ones, for the entire event, that the only sessions I was able to make it to, were my own!

I would first like to extend my thanks, yet again, to David Rubinstein, Stacy Burris, Kathy Bruin, and the rest of the BZ Media team, for not only taking me on as a speaker, but, for also graciously hosting the October meeting of the Boston Area SharePoint Users Group! With the conference in town, and by David’s suggestion months earlier, we managed to put together a fantastic panel of speakers from some of the SharePoint rock stars that were on hand at SPTechCon. We wanted to put together a focused panel on the new hotness, SharePoint 2010. While the conversations drifted a bit, we had a very energetic crowd, and very energetic panel. The free drinks at the attendee exhibit hall exception MAY have had something to do with that…

The panel consisted of none other than Bill English of Mindsharp, Andrew Connell of Critical Path Training, Joel Oleson of Quest, Heather Solomon of SharePoint Experts, Dux Raymond Sy of Innovative-e, and Mark Miller of EndUserSharePoint.com. (I’ll get the video posted soon enough!).

My next set of thanks is going to the BASPUG attendees and speakers – thank you all so much for making yet another highly successful meeting of the BASPUG! We had over 70 in attendance, and there was barely a seat available! To each and every one of our speakers, you are always welcome back in Boston to the users group!

Some of the comments from the BASPUG I’d like to share.. a few images below – LOTS of talk about the #BASPUG. Thank you all!

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To close out the BASPUG @ SPTechCon, here is the slide deck from that night. Video, as mentioned above, still to come!

Next, I’d like to thank all of those who attended my two sessions at SPTechCon. The first session, bright and early before Steve Fox’s keynote, was “Just Freakin’ Work! Overcoming Hurdles and Avoiding Pain” with Mark Rackley. We had almost a full room, even with the change in time, as well as for being quite early at 8:15am.

Below is our slide deck from that presentation.

My next session closed off the conference at 4:00 on Friday, and I delivered to a great crowd, “Creating Custom Actions in SharePoint 2010”. Thank you again for all who attended, and let me know if you have any questions here in the comments, so I can share them with the rest of the world, or rather, the small portion of people that view my blog 🙂 Below is my deck from that session.

Thank you again everyone at the conference. I have to say, in all honesty, that this was one of the best conferences I have ever had the privilege to attend!

Looking to see these sessions again? Join me in February next year at SPTechCon San Francisco!

Registration open for Boston Area SharePoint Users Group on 10/21/10 – Hosted by the SharePoint Technology Conference

For our October 21st meeting, we are joining forces with the SharePoint Technology Conference at the Hyatt Regency in Cambridge (see www.sptechcon.com for more information on the venue). BASPUG members who sign up for this special meeting of the group, will be admitted free attendance to the SPTechCon Exhibit Hall Attendee Reception. Browse vendors, enjoy some food and drink starting at 5:45PM, and then, we will be getting together at about 7PM in one of the available rooms to hold a special panel on SharePoint 2010.

PRESENTERS

SESSION ABSTRACT

This will be an open "Ask the Experts" panel on SharePoint 2010. Bring your questions, concerns about development, branding, administration, migration, usage, and more!

SUSTENANCE
Food and beverages will be available at the event at the exhibit hall reception. After the meeting, depending on interest, we will adjourn to a local watering hole to keep the discussions going.

MEETING SPONSOR
Our sponsor for this meeting is the SharePoint Technology Conference.

The SharePoint Technology Conference, October 20-22 in Cambridge, MA, is the world’s premier independent event for Microsoft Office SharePoint Server technology and services. The format includes 80+ technical classes, workshops and breakout classes with content geared to IT professionals, business managers and developers.  It features a dozen Microsoft MVPs, 35 expert MS speakers and solutions from 50+ exhibitors.  Boston Area SPUG members can receive a $100 discount off the Full Event Passport and/or gain free admission to the exhibits (first time registrants only – cannot be combined with other offers) by inserting the code MEDIASPONSOR when prompted on the eRegistration page linked from www.sptechcon.com.

RAFFLE PRIZES
We will be handing out raffle tickets at the BASPUG meeting for the following items.

  • 1 License for SharePoint Zip from Black Blade Associates ($2000 value)
  • 1 2009 SharePoint Conference Content Pass (access to all slide decks and recorded presentations – $500 Value)
  • 1 Licenses for BCS MetaMan from Lightning Tools ($1200 value)
  • Books, X-Box Games, and T-Shirts.

AGENDA

  • 5:45p – 6:45p
    • Enjoy the free exhibit hall reception at the SharePoint Technology Conference!
  • 6:45p – 7p
    • Sign-in, networking, raffle ticket hand-outs, introductions, other events, news, member announcements.
  • 7:00p – 8:00p
    • Speaker Panel
  • 8:00p – 8:30p
    • Q&A, raffle, member announcements, networking, open discussion

LOCATION
We will be meeting at the Hyatt Regency Cambridge, located in Cambridge, MA. For more information on the facility, as well as directions, please visit here: http://cambridge.hyatt.com/hyatt/hotels/index.jsp

For more information, and to register, please visit http://www.bostonsharepointug.org/

Please help spread the word on twitter, blogs, and by any other medium! Follow us on twitter at @BASPUG, and by twitter hashtag #BASPUG. Join our LinkedIn group here: http://www.linkedin.com/groups?gid=2878468. We are also now on Facebook! http://www.facebook.com/#!/pages/Boston-Area-SharePoint-User-Group/113652405354617 (Yeah, we’re now mavens of the social networking world… we might just work with Coleman and start showing up at campgrounds now too!)

We hope to see you there!

Registration Open for Boston Area SharePoint User Group (BASPUG) on September 8th, 2010

Registration is now open for the 5th meeting of the Boston Area SharePoint User Group (BASPUG) taking place on September 8th, 2010, at the Microsoft NERD Center in Cambridge, MA, from 6-8PM. BASPUG_195square_initials

We will have Steven Fowler. He is an author, speaker, consultant, founder and principal of Fowler Consulting, Inc. He will be presenting "Becoming a SharePoint Solution Provider".

Session Abstract

What are the basics when designing and delivering SharePoint based business solutions? How do I approach a business problem? What are the available tools and techniques? In this session we’ve cover the basics and get you pointed in the right direction.

We’ll cover:

  • An Overview of Lists and Web Parts
  • Site Columns, Content Types, List Definitions
  • Using Out of the Box > SharePoint Designer > Visual Studio
  • Page Viewer, CQWP, DVWP
  • Next Steps

About Steven

Steven Fowler is an experienced author, speaker and consultant possessing a mix of advanced technology and strategic business acumen derived from over 15 years of progressive project management, architecture and engineering experience. Steven has worked with SharePoint since the 2003 versions, and recently completed one of the world’s largest SharePoint implementations for the Department of Defense. 

Steven maintains an active blog at www.SharePointSteven.com, and can be found on Twitter @stevenmfowler.

Sustenance
Food and beverages will be available at the event. After the meeting, depending on interest, we will adjourn to a local watering hole to keep the discussions going.

Meeting Sponsor
Our sponsor for this meeting is Axceler.

Specializing in software for Microsoft SharePoint, Axceler has delivered award winning administration products worldwide since 1994. For Microsoft SharePoint, Axceler offers ControlPoint and, with the recent acquisition of echoTechnology, Davinci Migrator for SharePoint 2010. ControlPoint is the best way to get control over a SharePoint environment and gives SharePoint professionals the ability to manage permissions, copy sites, analyze activity and much more. ControlPoint was recently named the Best SharePoint Product of 2009 by the editors of WindowsITPro. Davinci Migrator for SharePoint 2010 reduces the risk, lowers the overall cost, and shortens the time it takes to complete a SharePoint 2010 migration. Axceler is based in Woburn, MA with offices in Los Angeles, Seattle, and London, UK.

Raffle Prizes
We will be handing out raffle tickets at the BASPUG meeting for the following items.

For more information, and to register, please visit http://www.bostonsharepointug.org/

Please help spread the word on twitter, blogs, and by any other medium! Follow us on twitter at @BASPUG, and by twitter hashtag #BASPUG. Join our LinkedIn group here: http://www.linkedin.com/groups?gid=2878468

We hope to see you there!

Registration Open for Boston Area SharePoint User Group (BASPUG) on August 11th, 2010

Registration is now open for the 4th meeting of the Boston Area SharePoint User Group (BASPUG) taking place on August 11th, 2010, at the Microsoft NERD Center in Cambridge, MA, from 6-8PM.

We will have Asif Rehmani, a SharePoint Trainer, MVP, and Consultant, will be presenting "Creating Workflows with SharePoint Designer 2010, InfoPath and Visio".

Session Abstract
Forms and Workflows are important for automating business processes. Companies usually rely on programmers to create the forms and workflows using code. Not anymore! With InfoPath 2010 and SharePoint Designer 2010, you can create powerful data driven form composite solutions on your SharePoint sites. InfoPath gives you the ability to pull data from databases and lists, and create forms with data validation and conditional formatting. SharePoint Designer’s workflows let you then design powerful multi-step workflows centered around the form collected data, building upon the out-of-the-box reusable workflows and even import workflow designs from Visio!  In this presentation, you will see how these tools come together to design workflows and route forms across your organization for task assignment and approval.

About Asif
Asif has been training and consulting on primarily SharePoint technologies since 2004. He is a SharePoint Server MVP and MCT. Asif runs a SharePoint Videos website (http://www.sharepoint-videos.com) which provides SharePoint, SharePoint Designer and InfoPath Video Tutorials. Some of his videos have also been published at Microsoft’s TechNet site. Asif also provides in-person and online SharePoint training publicly and in private workshops through Critical Path Training (http://www.criticalpathtraining.com).

Over the years, Asif has been a speaker on SharePoint topics at several conferences including Microsoft’s TechEd, SharePoint Conference, SharePoint Connections, and Advisor Live. He is the co-author of the book "Professional SharePoint Designer 2007" by Wrox publications (http://tinyurl.com/8tdsoq) and is currently working on two more book projects. Asif was the co-founder and is currently one of the active leaders of the Chicago SharePoint User Group (http://www.cspug.org)

For a more detailed bio, please visit http://www.sharepoint-videos.com/about/.
You can reach Asif at: asif@sharepointelearning.com.

Food will be provided for free as well from Source Consulting.

For raffles this meeting, Black Blade Associates will be raffling off a license for their SharePoint Zip product. Lightning Tools will be raffling off a license for BCS Meta Man. We will also be raffling off one free 2009 SharePoint Conference content pass, as well as X-Box Games, Books, Shirts, and more!

For more information, and to register, please visit http://www.bostonsharepointug.org/

Please help spread the word on twitter, blogs, and by any other medium! Follow us on twitter at @BASPUG, and by twitter hashtag #BASPUG. Join our LinkedIn group here: http://www.linkedin.com/groups?gid=2878468

We hope to see you there!

Registration Open for Boston Area SharePoint User Group (BASPUG) on June 14th, 2010

Registration is now open for the 3rd meeting of the Boston Area SharePoint User Group (BASPUG) taking place on July 14th, 2010, at the Microsoft NERD Center in Cambridge, MA, from 6-8PM.

We will have Bob German, a Technology Architect with Microsoft, presenting "Developing Great Solutions with SharePoint 2010 and Silverlight”.

Session Abstract
SharePoint and Silverlight make an unbeatable combination for building great web applications. In this session, you will learn how to develop these solutions more easily than ever with Visual Studio 2010 and SharePoint’s new client object model and REST services. We’ll begin with an empty Visual Studio project and show how to get started, and then move on to topics such as how to deal with large datasets, out-of-browser support, building mash-ups and more.

About Bob
Bob German is a Technology Architect at the Microsoft Technology Center in Boston, MA. Bob specializes in web sites, portals and collaboration technologies, including Microsoft SharePoint and related technologies. With over 30 years of industry experience, Bob helps customers create and prove out solutions which fit their business and technology needs.

Food will be provided for free as well!

For raffles this meeting, Black Blade Associates will be raffling off a license for their SharePoint Zip product. Lightning Tools will be raffling off a license for BCS Meta Man. We will also be raffling off one free 2009 SharePoint Conference content pass, as well as X-Box Games, Books, Shirts, and more!

For more information, and to register, please visit http://www.bostonsharepointug.org/

Please help spread the word on twitter, blogs, and by any other medium! Follow us on twitter at @BASPUG, and by twitter hashtag #BASPUG. Join our LinkedIn group here: http://www.linkedin.com/groups?gid=2878468

We hope to see you there!

 

Boston Area SharePoint Users Group – June 9th 2010 Meeting Update

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Unfortunately, Craig Pilkenton was called out of town for a long term client engagement, and will be unable to present at our June 9th meeting on PowerShell. In an effort to keep our meeting at the administration level – we will be welcoming in Ryan Sockalosky, a SharePoint Technology Specialist from Microsoft to present "SharePoint 2010 Service Applications – A New Shared Services Architecture".

Session Abstract
SharePoint 2010 introduces a new services architecture that represent a major change in architecture and design considerations as well as enhanced capabilities scalability, and extensibility over the Shared Service Provider (SSP) of MOSS 2007. This session will provide an overview of the services architecture, the services shipped with the product, how to manage and administer the services, topology considerations as well as considerations for extending service applications.

About Ryan
Ryan Sockalosky works at Microsoft as a SharePoint Technology Specialist. He works with customers to explore how the SharePoint platform can be used to achieve  business and technology needs. Prior to joining Microsoft, Ryan worked as a consultant for PricewaterhouseCoopers for over 10 years building repeatable client solutions on the Microsoft platform in areas such as finance, tax, cost reduction, M&A and mutual fund accounting across multiple industries. His role included national leadership for SharePoint strategy planning, system architecture, and solution design.

For more information, and to register, please visit http://www.bostonsharepointug.org/

Please help spread the word on twitter, blogs, and by any other medium! Follow us on twitter at @BASPUG, and by twitter hashtag #BASPUG. Join our LinkedIn group here: http://www.linkedin.com/groups?gid=2878468

 

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