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Title: How to Create Global SharePoint Architectures
Abstract: SharePoint is now business critical. Your organization would not function to its highest level if SharePoint were to go down or users were not collaborating on the same content. With multiple SharePoint farms, managing content on a daily basis is challenge, particularly over long distances or poor networks. How will you prepare for a disaster, instead of recovering from one? How can you provide real-time access to up-to-date content to users?
During our presentation, we will show how you can avoid the consequences of a disaster by synchronizing SharePoint content. We’ll show how you can create global SharePoint architectures and a business continuity plan to ensure SharePoint content is always available for all of your users, regardless of location.
Speaker: Shaun Crist, Solutions Engineer at Metalogix
Shaun Crist is a Solutions Engineer for Metalogix with 30 years of software, programming and SharePoint experience. Shaun joined the Air Force in 1983 and retired in 2003 as a computer programmer where he worked with multiple networks to develop desktop and enterprise applications. He continued to support the Air Force as a contractor working for Northrup Grumman Information Technology, Titan Corporation and L3 Communications. He began working with SharePoint for United States Air Force Europe (USAFE) and became the team lead for the USAFE ICE system, which was based on SharePoint 2003 and helped its migration to SharePoint 2007. He joined Syntergy in 2009 to support Replicator, the market-leading SharePoint synchronization product, at United States Air Force Central Command (AFCENT). In 2012, Shaun joined Metalogix following its acquisition of Syntergy’s SharePoint assets.