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Thanksgiving with Baltimore SharePoint (11/21/2013)

  • Nov 21, 2013 · 6:00 PM
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Join us for Thursday's BSPUG meeting as host Thanksgiving dinner and a Lessons learned session delivered by Scott Brewsters.

We have lots to be thankful for in the SharePoint community. Join BSPUG for our Thanksgiving dinner. We will be serving our food with a Thanksgiving theme for the November meetup followed by a Lessons learned session on SharePoint Permissions.

SharePoint Permissions: Lessons Learned Session

Longtime BSPUG member Scott Brewster has stepped up to deliver a brief session on SharePoint Permissions: Lessons Learned. This is intended to be an interactive discussion where attendees share their experiences as well. 

About Scott Brewster

Scott Brewster is a SharePoint guru, a knowledge management guru, and a white hat hacker.  He has been an intelligence analyst, a systems administrator, and a project manager and is now a knowledge engineer.  He has been working with SharePoint since 2008 and builds no code solutions for his clients on a daily basis.  Scott is a member at the local Baltimore SPUG.

Doors open at 6pm for free food and drinks and networking

Have you ever looked at the permissions for a site and seen a long list of names with limited access?  Have you seen a library with nested folders, broken inheritance on them, and no way to tell who can really see what?  We are going to go over the best practices for assigning permissions in a Lessons Learned styled-delivery

Key Takeaways

• Common pitfalls when implementing SharePoint Permissions

• How to effectively plan for SharePoint Permissions

Is there a cost to attend? 

No. 100% free. Food and drinks will be provided at  6pm


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Our Sponsors

  • ProObject

    ProObject is the official Location/Venue sponsor of Baltimore SharePoint

  • ShareGate

    Food, Beverage, and Education Sponsor

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