Presentation: Using SharePoint Online for your web site, it’s more than just SharePoint

This past weekend I had the privilege, no, the honor to present at the 2nd SharePoint Saturday in Connecticut. It was a great day! I learned some new stuff, as well as got to meet some other great speakers from our community. I was able to present my talk on using SharePoint Online for your website,... Continue Reading →

Speaking at SharePoint Saturday Connecticut, Nov 8th

I am very pleased to share that I'm speaking at SharePoint Saturday in Connecticut, on November 8th! More details: http://www.spsevents.org/city/ct/ct2014 In my session we'll be disussiong Using SharePoint Online for your web site, it's more than just SharePoint. Using SharePoint Online is a great idea for most companies in need of a web site. SPO provides a lot... Continue Reading →

Throw down: Salesforce Communities vs SharePoint Online

Salesforce Communities or SharePoint Online, what's right for you? They both boast collaboration, but which one works for you? My colleague, Marty Chang (Salesforce Architect, @martyychang, blog) and I will be battling head to head at the upcoming Boston SharePoint Users Group, July 9th, comparing the collaboration, user experience and mobility features of each platform. Register here!... Continue Reading →

24-Hour Devathon for a Cause

I am very proud to share that our team at Slalom is taking 24 hours out of this beautiful New England weekend for a SharePoint/Office 365 dev-a-thon to benefit local non profit Junior Achievement of Northern New England. From www.janewengland.org: The mission of Junior Achievement (JA) is to inspire and prepare young people to succeed in... Continue Reading →

SharePoint in Boston

As a resident of Massachusetts, and a SharePointer, I have discovered I can't easily find what's going on around town. I know to check Boston SharePoint User Group, SharePoint Saturday, and others, but there is no central place for all local SharePoint events. What if someone puts together an event that's not associated with a... Continue Reading →

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