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February 23, 2012
February 23, 2012
Ark Conferences Ltd
Many organisations are considering adopting SharePoint 2010, but the path to adoption is fraught with critical questions. Is SP right for you? Do you go with online or on-premise? Should you use a custom front? All of these questions will impact how you decide to proceed, and will have a dramatic effect on the timeframe and potential risks involved in an implementation. Andrew Walmsley is one of the most experienced SharePoint project managers in the field today. With his experience of companies of all sizes and sectors he is able to leverage his experience with every iteration of SharePoint to bring you the absolute best practice in SharePoint strategy. Andrew will comprehensively outline the considerations in a SharePoint adoption, and will point the way to a maximally effective delivery of the platform, enabling you not only to deliver the right platform but to deliver it with minimum risk and maximum return on your investment. This masterclass will be most relevant for heads of IT, KM, Communications, Intranets, Web, and all senior executives and board members who need to know what to consider when looking at a SharePoint adoption.
Masterclass leader: Andrew Walmsley
For the last 10 years Andrew Walmsley has personally managed dozens of Microsoft SharePoint ‘full life cycle’ based solutions for mainly large enterprises, across all versions of the software released to date. This includes both on-premise and Microsoft Online ‘in the cloud’ versions of the platform. This background makes him one of the most experienced SharePoint project managers in the field.
His previous experience includes working in a leading SharePoint capacity for McDonalds, Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea, RNLI, Thomson Reuters, Aviva, Computacenter, Farrer& Co, and KPMG. He started his own company in 2007, WorkShares, a Microsoft SharePoint consultancy. http://www.ark-group.com/mp_introduction.asp?ac=1206&nc=1&fc=167