Event Snapshot for this Week


There’s a lot going on this week, some of it receiving heavy tweet/email marketing coverage, some of it behind the scenes. I thought I’d put together a quick post to highlight the more public activities slated for this week, hopefully helping to drive registrations and participation.

Rewriting the Rulebook on Managing Knowledge
Tuesday, January 27th at 1pm PST
Hosted by IT Unity
Register at http://bit.ly/1C8BmC4

Abstract: Managing knowledge in a business has always been tough, and these days it has become even tougher. The amount of information available has skyrocketed and so too have the formats, places and channels through which it is received. Complexity around how we gather, organize and effectively use information has magnified – and to deal with this complexity, we need a new approach.

In this webinar, Australian-based information management strategist, SharePoint guru, and award-winning author Paul Culmsee will be joined by Office 365 MVP and well-known SharePoint and social strategist Christian Buckley to help participants rewrite the rulebook on managing their intellectual capital. Find out about new approaches, techniques and tools that can be used within your organization to help better leverage your existing knowledge stores and intellectual capital all using SharePoint and featuring Glyma.

Key topics that we will cover include:

  • Avoiding the “what happens when Jeff leaves” brain drain crisis
  • Tapping into “what’s in the head” and turning it into usable assets for the business
  • Bringing a halt to the revolving cycle of “re-inventing the wheel”
  • Stopping the nonsensical repetition of costly mistakes

Building Dynamic SharePoint Applications on Both Office 365 and On-Premises
Wednesday, January 28th at 10am PST
Hosted by GTconsult
Register at http://icont.ac/2K5VG

Abstract: One of the major concerns of organizations investigating or upgrading to Office 365 is whether the solutions they've come to rely on with SharePoint on prem can be duplicated online without code. From workflow and forms to branding and personalization, this webinar will look at techniques and solutions that can be used on SharePoint Online and on prem, enabling rich and dynamic functionality regardless of your environment. Join GTconsult co-founder and COO Craig Tarr, with Office 365 MVP Christian Buckley, as they demonstrate the latest SharePoint capabilities.

Key Takeaways:

  • Understand some of the key differences between SharePoint online and on prem
  • Learn how powerful solutions, such as project hubs, shopping carts, information roll-ups and other solutions can be built without code
  • Pick up some great tips and tricks to make your end users more productive

#CollabTalk TweetJam: The Future of SharePoint Search
Friday, January 30th at 9am PST

Hosted by GTconsult
Join us on Twitter or twubs.com/CollabTalk 

Abstract: For almost 2 years, the #CollabTalk tweetjams have brought together experts and the community for lively discussions around topics that impact SharePoint, Office 365, and other Microsoft productivity solutions. In this month’s discussion, we will tackle the future of SharePoint search, asking our panel and anyone who wants to participate and share their experiences their thoughts on the impacts of Microsoft’s roadmap. Panelists to include the co-hosts of the #CollabTalk Show on IT Unity – Christian Buckley, Naomi Moneypenny, Marc Anderson, and Benjamin Niaulin, as well as experts and MVPs Jeff Fried (BA Insight), Agnes Molnar (MVP, Scot Hillier (MVP), Paul Stork (MVP), Brett Hill (MVP) and others. Follow along on Twitter using the #CollabTalk hashtag, or follow the link to the Twubs site.

As always, in-between these activities I will be publishing a flurry of content, and working on client projects. Lots to do, lots to do….

Christian Buckley

Christian is a Microsoft Regional Director and Office Servers and Services MVP, the Founder & CEO of CollabTalk LLC, an independent research and technical marketing services firm based in Salt Lake City, Utah, and CMO of revealit.io, a blockchain-based video technology company.

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