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ECM on SharePoint 2013 - 13 Ways to Make it Rock!

  • Jun 4, 2013 · 6:00 PM
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Session Overview:

We all know SharePoint 2013 is fully-loaded with improvements, but are you positioned to make the most of its ECM features? Watch Jeremy Minich, KnowledgeLake's Systems Engineer for the Southeast region, as he ensures you leave this presentation with a solid understanding of how to best leverage Microsoft's refreshed version of its rock star platform. Whether from your desktop, business application or even on the go, learn how to reduce the challenges and seize the opportunities SharePoint 2013 will bring to ECM!

Featured Speaker:

Jeremy Minich is a Systems Engineer at KnowledgeLake living in the suburbs of Atlanta, Georgia. Jeremy has worked with enterprise organizations and the U.S. Government in various roles implementing, administering, and driving end-user adoption of SharePoint since the introduction of SharePoint 2003 and holds various MCTS certifications. In his current position he focuses on helping organizations improve how they capture and find information using technology and processes.

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  • Praveena T.

    Presentation was good

    June 5, 2013

  • Will M.

    Looking forward to meeting other developers who have made a career of wrestling with SharePoint--I'm sure you all know what I mean. SharePoint is like no other coding you will ever do and it takes considerable talent, research, and experience to make that object model produce the end result you're looking for. Is it no wonder SharePoint developers are so handsomely compensated these days? Its because almost NOBODY gets it...or wants to.

    May 14, 2013

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