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Snapshots from SharePoint Conference 2011

As my colleagues ( Nick and Gavin ) have already blogged, SharePoint Conference 2011 was a massive conference with over 7,500 people attending from around the world, 240+ sessions, and 200 vendors displaying their wares. The main theme of the conference was about making the most of your existing investment in SharePoint. The tagline being that attendees never utter the words “I didn’t know SharePoint could do that” ever again. ... read full post

Posted by:  Robert Stewart , Solution Specialist |  02 November 2011

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Supporting the first New Zealand SharePoint Community Conference

Three of the SharePoint community volunteer coordinators (myself included) have put together the first dedicated SharePoint conference in New Zealand or Australia in over two years. Using our community contacts, we have secured a great line up of national and international speakers to share their knowledge and experience with SharePoint, including an entire track devoted to voice of the customer case studies about successful implementations of SharePoint in New Zealand and Australia. We highly recommend you take this opportunity for you and your staff and attend this two day event in Wellington on 2 and 3 July. ... read full post

Posted by:  Mark Orange , Practice Principal for Portals, Content & Collaboration |  27 April 2009

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SharePoint User Group Conference off to a strong start

Last week I attended the New Zealand Community SharePoint Conference , and thought I’d quickly share some highlights of the two-day event. They had some good overseas speakers as well as some strong local talent as well. ... read full post

Posted by:  Beric Holt ,  |  10 July 2009

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