Speaker: Adam Levithan
Making Collaboration Stick: Where will 2013 help?
So you have SharePoint, you've experienced some success and maybe a dose of failure. Now 2013 has been fully out in the world for 6 months, Microsoft is pushing the online model that focuses on Out-of-the-box (OOTB) features, and you're wondering if 2013 will enhance your current deployment. First, we'll take a look at the top 5 OOTB features that I've seen solve end user/business needs across 2007-2013. Second, I will unveil the newest 5 features that 2013 brings to the game, and may help you make your decision. Whether you're a business user just being introduced to the full features of SharePoint or a developer building sophisticated applications, these are features that no deployment should live without.
Adam is a seasoned business strategist, SharePoint advocate, and information architect, focusing on designing information management and collaboration solutions leveraging Microsoft SharePoint technologies. He is passionate about the capabilities of the SharePoint platform and is an advocate to customers in improving the retention and findability of information. Adam’s versatile skill set allows him to assume many project roles from requirements gathering, uncovering clients’ true needs, designing taxonomy and metadata schemas, being a trusted advisor for strategic decision making, and coaching peers and clients to success.