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Building business applications using SharePoint (Manchester)

13 September 2011, Networking Seminar

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There's a buzz about SharePoint. Described by Microsoft as the "Business collaboration platform for the enterprise and the web." SharePoint is a feature-rich product and its application is almost endless.

So just how easy is it to build line of business applications with SharePoint? What are the caveats and what are the advantages? What are the infrastructure, resource and skill requirements needed to deliver robust solutions? In this National Computing Centre networking seminar NCC Associate Consultant and SharePoint expert Dr. Ian Woodgate will discuss and illustrate the most effective approaches to building SharePoint applications. Ian will also host an open Q&A session where you will be able to get expert answers to your own SharePoint queries.

The National Computing Centre’s mission is to promote the effective use of IT, our advice is always independent and impartial.

Venue: Mint Hotel, Manchester

One Piccadilly Place, 1 Auburn Street, Manchester, M1 3DG

Agenda

17.30 Registration and drinks
18.00 Introduction
  Michael Dean, National Computing Centre
18.15 Building business applications using SharePoint
  Dr. Ian Woodgate, NCC Associate Consultant
19.30 Open SharePoint Q&A Session
20.00 Networking opportunity and buffet

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