Upgrade your SharePoint 2007 Environment to SharePoint 2010
You’re anxious to use SharePoint 2010, but what about all that content you have in SharePoint 2007 farms? In this session, we’ll go into depth on the new capabilities and improvements made to the upgrade system and tools. We’ll also go over some detail about planning for upgrades and a walkthrough demonstration of the upgrade system.
This session is presented by Sam Hassani during SharePoint Connections 2010 in Amsterdam.
Sam Hassani has been working with Microsoft’s Premier Support customers as a Premier Field Engineer for the past three years. Sam’s expertise lies in operations, optimisation and support. When working with customers, Sam’s mission is to help them to deploy and operate healthy environments primarily achieved through extensive risk-assessments of enterprise-MOSS environments and knowledge transfer to technical staff. Sam has carried out a lot of work on the patching and upgrade processes for SharePoint 2007, working closely with the SharePoint product group to develop quality content on the end-to-end best practices for patching and upgrading SharePoint, and has continued to extend this knowledge to SharePoint 2010. Other keen areas of interest in SharePoint server to Sam are Search, Disaster Recovery, High availability, and Publishing in Extranet scenarios.
Published Date: February 04, 2010
Presented By: Matthijs Hoekstra
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