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ECM on SharePoint 2013

                                              13 ways to make it Rock!

 Join us for a live discussion with Tim Farrell from KnowledgeLake, Inc. to talk about ECM on SharePoint 2013 – 13 Ways to make it Rock!

Usually, ECM is a corporate initiative to identify, capture and disseminate unstructured information throughout the organization. This information can include paper transactions, records and forms (both paper and electronic), emails and/or associated attachments, Web-pages, photos and videos, faxes, Word documents and Excel spreadsheets and any other electronic documents generated or received by the organization.

Understanding the components of SharePoint and when and how to use them is vital.  In this session, Tim will discuss these components (such as Site Policies, Term Store, Mobility, Search, and Workflow etc.) in detail and engage the group on Best Practices and why these components are so important with regard to User Adoption and Return on Investment (ROI).

About Tim

Tim Farrell works at KnowledgeLake as a Senior Systems Engineer. He works with Enterprise customers and partners in the Northeast in a pre-sales technical role.

Tim has been a speaker at numerous Microsoft and Partner events such as SharePoint Saturday and local MS SP user group meetings.

Prior to joining KnowledgeLake, Tim was a Senior SharePoint Analyst/Consultant for 12 years working in web development, UI design, and as a technical IT architect, primarily leading .NET and SharePoint related projects.

Outside of blogging, Tim is also active on social networking sites including LinkedIn and Twitter.

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