vSharePoint March Edition

3/10/2014 - Update: So due to a scheduling error on my part, the original March speakers (Mike and Tom) are not able to attend the March 27th event - fortunately, Colin and Keith have stepped up to present. 

• Mike Gregotski ("ESRI Maps for SharePoint") will now be speaking in April.
• Tom Benjamin ("Making a Training Database the Easy Way") will likely be speaking in May.


Please see below for the new March speakers:



11:30 – Networking & Pizza 
12:00 to 12:40 – Presentation #1 
12:40 – First Prize Draw 
12:50 to 1:30 – Presentation #2 
1:30 – Last Prize Draw


Presentation #1: Colin Phillips, SharePoint Consultant at itgroove – “Ten Awesome Things We’ve Done with SharePoint”

Colin will share a number of screen shots and live demos of the top ten awesome features that itgroove has customized SharePoint to do. Look forward to a few “ooh and ahh’s” and a “SharePoint can do that?!” or two.

Who is Colin Phillips?

Colin is a SharePoint MVP and Consultant with itgroove. He is a graduate of UVic and has over 14 years’ experience in both software development and IT infrastructure. His background working at both small and large companies (including 5 years working with BI at Cognos - now IBM) has given him a wealth of knowledge. Among Colin’s areas of experience include SharePoint, business intelligence, workflow, VMware, JavaScript, and many more. Check out Colin's blog at mmman.itgroove.net


Presentation #2: Keith Tuomi, SharePoint Consultant at itgroove – “What Sean and I Learned at the 2014 SharePoint Conference”

Keith will share the stories from his trip to Las Vegas to attend the SharePoint Conference with Sean - including watching ex-US President Bill Clinton deliver the keynote speech and how Connect and Xbox are  literally turning SharePoint into a "hands on" application.


Who is Keith Tuomi?

Keith is a SharePoint Consultant and problem solver with itgroove. He's been focused on Microsoft technologies as a Developer and Web Applications specialist since the beginning of the internet era in the early '90s, with formal training coming from the esteemed British Columbia Institute of Technology.  He is a SharePoint MVP, which is a coveted Microsoft award for community
contributions and technical excellence.

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