OCT 09

Sharepoint 2014 seminar : Implementing Best Practices and tools for effective governance

Sharepoint 2014   


Seminar/trade show (noCPF)




  09 Oct 2014 through 10 Oct 2014


  Washington DC, United States

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  Engineering & Technology > Computer/Informatics, Education / Legal / Other > Education

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Overview: SharePoint is a web-based document management and collaboration tool with robust search capabilities that has become a common feature in the corporate environment. Companies experience varying levels of SharePoint success and user adoption. Many SharePoint implementations fail with little user acceptance after a substantial corporate investment in software and hardware. Often the root cause of failure is because SharePoint is not an IT project, it is a Knowledge Management project with SharePoint as the technology platform for Knowledge Management. This seminar will delve into information taxonomy, findability, demystifying metadata and the death of folders, SharePoint Governance, and strategies for a successful SharePoint rollout. The seminar explores SharePoint, Knowledge Management and the interplay between both. Seminar sessions will provide analysis and insight into: SharePoint defined and what it can do for your company. SharePoint Online vs. SharePoint On- premises What is Knowledge Management Findability, information taxonomy and metadata Some common uses of SharePoint SharePoint Governance Lessons Learned from successful SharePoint rollouts Examples from successful SharePoint implementations will be provided along with lessons learned. Areas Covered in the Session: SharePoint-not really an IT project Why SharePoint implementations fail, and how to ensure success SharePoint On-premises vs. SharePoint Online Findability, Taxonomy and Metadata Knowledge Management as a key to SharePoint Success Lessons Learned from successful SharePoint Projects SharePoint Governance Agenda: Day One Lecture 1: Introduction & Topics to be covered Lecture 2: What is SharePoint and what can it do for my company? Lecture 3: On premises, cloud- based or hybrid, SharePoint Lecture 4: Infrastructure considerations for on premises SP Lecture 5: SharePoint Online limitations and considerations Lecture 6: Why SharePoint implementations fail Lecture 7: Why SharePoint is not and IT project Lecture 8: What is Knowledge Management? Lecture 8: Q & A Day Two Lecture 1: Why SharePoint is a Knowledge Management Project Lecture 2: Findability, Information Taxonomy and Metadata Lecture 3: Integration of SharePoint, KM and IT Lecture 4: Communities of Practice Lecture 5: Intranet Lecture 6: MySites, SkyDrive Pro, OneNote, and Office Integration Lecture 7: SharePoint Governance Lecture 8: Lessons Learned Lecture 8: Q & A Speaker Profile: Richard Machanoff Sr. IT Consultant, Machanoff CIO Services Richard Machanoff is an Information technology leader with diverse, executive-level experience and a talent for identifying business requirements and delivering innovative cost effective IT solutions. As technology strategist, he works with top leadership to expand company capabilities and continuously improve efficiency. He has a track record of developing and implementing technology strategies that support organizational goals and streamline operations. His career highlights include: Building professional, reliable IT organizations from the ground up, architecting infrastructure and deploying business tools that generate significant savings. Designing and implementing systems that improve collaboration and deliver more accurate data to support core business functions, including several successful SharePoint implementations. Developing disaster recovery and business continuity plans that ensure ongoing operations and meet stringent regulatory and company policy requirements. Launching new telecommunications systems to reduce costs and improve connectivity across offices worldwide. Managing multimillion-dollar budgets and up to 200 staff involved in executing complex projects.

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19 August 2014
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