Best Practices for Sharing InfoPath Data with External Users

  • April 18, 2013 · 6:00 PM
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Join us for April's BSPUG meeting as we host an informative session on SharePoint and InfoPath integration with our speaker who will traveling internationally to deliver a session for our group.

Best Practices for Sharing InfoPath Data with External Users
In this session, the difficulties of Sharing InfoPath data with external users will be examined and solutions for exposing InfoPath data available for long term use and auditing purposes will be provided.

*Identify SharePoint and InfoPath integration challenges to exposing data

*How to expose InfoPath data for external users

*How to properly set up auditing for InfoPath data

 

Meet the Speaker: Jeroen Ritmeijer is the CTO and one of the founders of Muhimbi for more than 4 years. He has been a Software Developer since 1993.
Before Muhimbi Jeroen held several CTO and Technical Architect positions in the finance and retail industry.
As an architect of third party products he has a technical knowledge of SharePoint and InfoPath that extends well past the average developer.

Doors open at 6pm.

We have food and soft drinks available.

There is no entry fee or cost for food.

Each month, we host a guest speaker to deliver a SharePoint focused topic.

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Thanks for your continued support of BSPUG -

Shadeed Eleazer and team BSPUG

 

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