• What's new in SharePoint Server 2019
    It's been a while since we focused on on-premise installations. With SharePoint 2019 now in GA we will dive into its specifics. Join us as Krishna Vandanapu discusses the new software and hardware requirements, installation approaches and challenges, and what's new (think modern experiences) Demo included. Speaker Bio: I am Krishna Vandanapu a SharePoint architect working in IT from last 13 years as a certified developer in SharePoint 2010 and 2013. I started my journey in SharePoint from 2007 and continued working all the later versions SharePoint 2007, 2010, 2013, 2016 and Office 365. I am blogger and experienced trainer in SharePoint technologies. I have extensive hands on experience in customizing SharePoint sites from end to end. Expertise in SharePoint migration tools like Sharegate, Doc Ave and Metalogix. Migrated SharePoint sites from SharePoint 2007 to 2010 and 2010 to 2013 several times seamlessly. Implementing CSOM with Microsoft best practices. Spent quality time in configuring SharePoint application services like User Profile, Search, Managed Meta data services etc. Now exploring SharePoint Framework and SharePoint 2019.

    Charlotte Microsoft Campus

    8055 Microsoft Way · Charlotte, NC

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  • Ignite Recap - SharePoint and more...
    Microsoft's biggest event was the last week in September. Sometimes it can be difficult to know all of the announcements, we want to make it a little bit easier for you to digest. We will cover the main announcements for SharePoint and then some of the other services and how they impact SharePoint and OneDrive. Those will be integrations with Microsoft Teams, PowerApps, Flow, Intelligent services in Office Apps and more...

    Charlotte Microsoft Campus

    8055 Microsoft Way · Charlotte, NC

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  • Building a Comprehensive Custom Forms Solution w/ PowerApps & SharePoint Online
    Join us from 5:30-6 for some networking. The presentation will start at 6. PowerApps is the new kid on the block when it comes to building custom forms and connecting to SharePoint list data. If you need a mobile solution for your SharePoint Online users, then PowerApps is THE platform to build an app for phone and tablet users who are on the go. The desktop experience for in office users of SharePoint Online should look much different than the mobile forms. The forms and process for these users should look different. Don’t use a one-size-fits-all custom forms approach for your SharePoint / PowerApps solution! I’ll share a real-world solution of a local customer that began with a SharePoint Online solution and has now expanded their solution to incorporate a mobile app built using PowerApps. I’ll cover these topics: • First a look at the user experience • Start by building the SharePoint solution • Getting started with PowerApps • Considerations for mobile UI • Making the app and desktop solution work hand in hand • Improvements for the future Speaker: Will Cooper I am a Solutions Developer / Consultant operating WWC Software Solutions out of Winston Salem, NC. I focus on SharePoint solutions utilizing all its related tools and capabilities. I have a background in .NET web development before switching to SharePoint beginning in 2011. I wear many hats. When I’m not building solutions, I am providing training services, writing blogs and doing webinars. I like to take on new challenges all the time! I work with several customers including Rockwell Collins (in Winston Salem), Infowise Solutions, Rego Products, Lewis Systems, ORBIS Corporation and many more.

    Charlotte Microsoft Campus

    8055 Microsoft Way · Charlotte, NC

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  • Charlotte SharePoint Saturday 2018
    Charlotte SharePoint Saturday is back for 2018! ***Registration is on Eventbrite - https://spsclt2018.eventbrite.com *** The Charlotte Area SharePoint User Group invites you to join us on Saturday August 11, 2018 for our 6th annual SharePoint Saturday event! ***Registration is on Eventbrite - https://spsclt2018.eventbrite.com *** Featuring 2 keynotes from Microsoft Product team members Naomi Moneypenny and Bill Baer! This FREE, one-day event features over 30 sessions for all audiences. End Users, Power Users, Business Professionals, IT Pros, Administrators, and Developers are all welcome. Whether you're SharePoint on-premises or in the cloud with SharePoint Online and Office 365, there's something for everyone. SharePoint Saturday is a great opportunity to learn something new, grow your professional network, and its FREE! Learn from the Top Experts Connect with your local Charlotte Area SharePoint User Group and help grow the community. Breakfast and lunch provided, raffles and giveaways all day, we're literally giving this event away! Event kicks off at 9:00 AM and runs until 5:00 PM with a SharePint happy hour to follow. Did We Mention Free? SharePoint Saturday is FREE, open to the public, and takes place right here in Charlotte! This event is ran by the community and for the community. Volunteers plan, organize, and operate the entire event from start to finish to bring to you the experts and sponsors that make the SharePoint community great. Stay tuned for more updates. As we finalize the agenda and speaker lineup updates can be viewed here - http://www.spsevents.org/city/charlotte/charlotte018­ We hope to see you there! ***Register for Free on Eventbrite - https://spsclt2018.eventbrite.com *** Naomi Moneypenny Naomi Moneypenny is a Senior Product Manager for Enterprise Search & Discovery and Social Intranet as part of SharePoint & Office 365. Previously, she was Chief Technology Officer at Synxi (a ManyWorlds brand) where she lead the research and development team for machine learning-based personalized knowledge and expertise discovery for enterprise collaboration systems. She has been awarded over 40 patents in the field of machine learning and anticipatory computing. Bill Baer Bill Baer is a Senior Technical Product Manager and Microsoft Certified Master for SharePoint in the SharePoint product group in Redmond, Washington; having previously worked at Hewlett-Packard Bill Baer has a proven background in infrastructure engineering and enterprise deployments of SharePoint Products and Technologies. ***Registration is on Eventbrite - https://spsclt2018.eventbrite.com­ ***

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    UNC Charlotte Center City

    320 East 9th Street · Charlotte

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  • July Meeting Online - Working with Document Metadata in SharePoint
    For July's monthly meeting we're going to do something a little different. We're partnering with ASPE Training and presenting a live online 12 pm webinar with Microsoft MVP Andy Huneycutt. Join us for FREE online! You MUST register for the web broadcast at the following site: http://aspetraining.com/resources/webinars/working-document-metadata-sharepoint The web session will be broadcast live via Zoom. You don't even have to leave your office (or your couch) to attend this session! Thursday, July 19th,[masked] pm - 1 pm This month's session will cover: Working with Document Metadata in SharePoint With the introduction of Office 2016, Microsoft removed a popular method of tagging documentation with metadata in SharePoint – the document information panel. The document information panel provided end users with the ability to quickly apply metadata while drafting a document using Office, and pass that information into SharePoint document libraries via columns. This tool helped users to organize content, more efficiently browse for files, and quickly search and discover files related to their business activities. With the removal of the document information panel, what are the options in Office and SharePoint to quickly and efficiently apply metadata to documents? In this webinar we will: Review and revisit the document information panel and its application. Discuss how SharePoint collects document properties as users upload files and documents, and what this information can be used for. Talk about methods users currently have for quickly applying metadata to document and files with removal of the document information panel. Cover what to expect in future updates of Office and SharePoint related to collecting metadata for files.

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  • Discussing SharePoint Conference 2018
    On May 21, SharePoint Conference North America returned to Las Vegas and SPC returned in a big way. The week was full of announcements! We're going to recap and break down many of the announcements from SPC. Microsoft made a ton of announcements in the keynote and throughout breakout sessions all week. We'll discuss both SharePoint Server 2019 and SharePoint Online. Topics will include IT Pro and Developer. We'll also try to answer questions related to any SPC announcements. Don't miss this meetup, we've got a lot of things to share.

    Charlotte Microsoft Campus

    8055 Microsoft Way · Charlotte, NC

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  • Monitoring and maintaining a SharePoint 2016 environment with Tom Robbins
    Join us as Tom Robbins discusses monitoring and maintaining a SharePoint deployment. This session will cover how to optimize the performance of a SharePoint deployment. It also explains how to plan for and configure SharePoint caching. Further, it explains how to identify and resolve problems in a SharePoint environment. Tom Robbins is an industry leading SharePoint Consultant, trainer, and thought leader. Tom has 25+ years working with the Microsoft Enterprise products both as an engineer, technical trainer, and manager. With his unique ability to combine technical knowledge and his experience with counseling and motivational speaking, he is able to create a training environment that makes him a sought after SharePoint Consultant and Trainer. Tom holds the MCTS, MCITP, and MCSE Microsoft Certifications. He has been flying planes since he was 16 years old.

    Charlotte Microsoft Campus

    8055 Microsoft Way · Charlotte, NC

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  • SharePoint and Power BI – Better Together
    Join us as Daniel Christian, Microsoft MVP will talk about the deep integration between SharePoint and Power BI. SharePoint is still very much a platform for integration and for Business Intelligence content delivery and Power BI takes that to a whole new level. In this meeting Daniel will cover the deep-integration between SharePoint and Power BI both online and on-premises. If you’re learning SharePoint reporting or Power BI then you don’t want to miss this Meetup!

    Charlotte Microsoft Campus

    8055 Microsoft Way · Charlotte, NC

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  • PowerApps with Audrie Gordon
    Join us as we welcome Audrie Gordon, Senior Program Manager with Microsoft for PowerApps. Audrie will be joining us live in person all the way from Redmond, WA. In this session Audrie will cover PowerApp topics of: New Extended Business Application Platform Strategy Fast Tracking App building – low effort high value templates Adoption and Governance Topics Admin Features for DLP ALM Enterprise Scalability If you’re learning PowerApps you won’t want to miss this Meetup! Check out her blog here - https://powerapps.microsoft.com/en-us/blog/author/audrie/

    Charlotte Microsoft Campus

    8055 Microsoft Way · Charlotte, NC

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  • How to Create Hierarchies in SharePoint Site Collection
    Join Charlotte’s very own Andy Huneycutt as he presents a FREE webinar this Thursday March 8 at 12:00 pm ET! Andy will be broadcasting live from Redmond, WA on the Microsoft campus! We’re also very excited to announce a very special guest - Mr. Mark Kashman, a Senior Product Manager on the SharePoint team focused primarily on SharePoint Online. Don’t miss this awesome event hosted by ASPE Training. Did we mention it’s 100% free! Register today: How to Create Hierarchies in SharePoint Site Collection https://aspetraining.com/resources/webinars/how-to-create-hierarchies-sharepoint-site-collections

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