Hear from Matt Hester, Sr. IT Evangelist at Microsoft, and Jennifer Mason, Senior Consultant at SharePoint911 as they discuss Microsoft SharePoint and newly launched Microsoft Office 365. Office 365 is essentially Microsoft Office in the cloud. Jennifer talks about some different scenarios for what works with Office 365. Some of the benefits of Office 365 SharePoint include putting more resources toward services and quickly turning things around as there isn’t a need to manage the server. Office 365 is ideal for small to medium sized businesses but is something IT Pros should have on their radar regardless, as it always evolving.
|Jennifer has spent the last several years providing consulting services around SharePoint Technologies and is currently working with the team at SharePoint 911. Her focus has been on strategy, planning, governance and best practices for implementing business solutions using SharePoint Technologies. She has worked with a range of companies each one being in a different lifecycle of their SharePoint implementation. She has experience with both MOSS and WSS implementations. Prior to her consulting work she was a team lead who was responsible for the design, implementation and maintenance of several SharePoint environments. She is passionate about SharePoint, and loves using the out of the box features to bring immediate ROI to the organization. Jennifer is also one of the founding members of the "Buckeye SharePoint Users group".|
Matt Hester is a seasoned Information Technology Professional Evangelist for Microsoft. Matt has been involved in the IT Pro community for over 15 years. Matt is a skilled and experienced evangelist presenting to audiences nationally and internationally. Prior to joining Microsoft, Matt was a highly successful Microsoft Certified Trainer for over 8 years. After joining Microsoft, Matt has continued to be heavily involved in IT Pro community as an IT Pro Evangelist. In his role at Microsoft, Matt has presented to audiences in excess of 5000 and as small as 10. Matt has written 4 articles for TechNet magazine. In addition, Matt has published 2 books:
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