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I’m Speaking at #SPSNE! You should come!

If you haven’t heard yet, SharePoint Saturday New England is coming October 28th! Registration is now open, so get over there!

SharePoint Saturday New England SPSNE

Join New England area SharePoint architects, developers, and information workers for SharePoint Saturday: an educational, informative and lively day filled with sessions from other SharePoint professionals, MVPs, and Microsoft employees. SharePoint Saturday is FREE, open to the public and is your chance to immerse yourself in SharePoint right here in New England!

My session, IT Pro intro to Office 365 Dev PnP PowerShell Commands, is going to focus on the awesomeness of the open sourced patterns and practices PowerShell commands for SharePoint Online.

Did you know there is an entire library of PowerShell commands ready at your fingertips to streamline and throttle up your Office 365? Leave your developers home (don’t they have a sprint to finish?) as we will talk IT Pro tasks and use cases for you to use PowerShell with Office 365 and SharePoint Online. We will walk through some of the core commands and components of the Office 365 Dev PnP PowerShell library and show off how this incredible free library can help you as the IT Pro. We’ll cover site creation, library management, content inventory, automation tasks and more!

Is there a specific use case you’d be interested in seeing? Leave a comment below and I’ll see if i can squeeze it in!

Hope to see you there!

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Speaking at SharePoint Saturday New Hampshire Oct 24, 2015

I’m excited to announce I’ll be speaking at this year’s SharePoint Saturday New Hampshire!

Microsoft has deprecated the SharePoint Online Public Website offering, leaving companies to find a new solution. We at Boston Office 365 User Group are also using the SPO offering. In this session we will walk through what your options are and some of the best practices for migrating to a new website provider. Microsoft recommends GoDaddy or Wix as great new hosting providers, is this true? Let’s find out!

Hope to see you there!

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 known avenue?

And if I missed an event, I would love to read up on it. Or if I did attend, it’d be nice to see what other Bostonians thought of it.

What if I wanted to see what others around Boston are blogging about? I know a few, and I could attend a SharePint (but I need to know where to look to know when those are). It would be awesome to have a site to go to where I can see what’s the latest and greatest in the Boston SharePoint blogging scene.

Look no more!

SharePoint in Boston

I’d like to introduce the new SharePoint for Boston channel on BostInno.com. You can check it out at http://bostinno.com/channel/sharepoint-2.

What is this new site, you ask? Well, it’s whatever you want it to be. A few SharePointers (Craig Pilkenton, Josh Kirchmeier and myself) thought it would be beneficial to have a place that’s focused on SharePoint in Boston.

What you can expect from this site:

  • Events in and around Boston.
  • Event articles from bloggers, and non-bloggers.
  • Opinions and reviews of SharePoint, products and the like.
  • Local bloggers digest.
  • More? Sure!

What not to expect:

  • Articles as marketing, all articles will be created by SharePointers, like yourself. We don’t want customers pushing their agenda on here. You can feel free to write an article about your favorite SharePoint product.
  • Everything from one or two people. We really want your help! The more the merrier!

We are eager to get additional contributors: whether you blog or not, but want to announce an upcoming event, share your opinion about an event, a SharePoint product, quick tips, or SharePoint in general, let us know! You can email me, david.lozzi at slalom dot com, or leave a comment to this post, and I’ll get you hooked up.

Happy SharePointing!