TechNet Webcast Series: SharePoint Internet Business
Wednesdays at 1:00 PM Pacific Standard Time, 200-Level Partner-hosted Webcasts


Tune in and learn how you can use Microsoft SharePoint for Internet Business to help you build your public-facing portal.  In this series, you will learn from experienced partners  how to create secure, dynamic web presence with personalization, rich commerce capabilities, catalogue and content management, business analytics, and search capabilities for anytime, anywhere access by customers and business partners

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Partner

Date

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Razorfish

Oct 28, 2009

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Habaneros

Nov 4, 2009

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Rosetta / H3

Nov 11, 2009

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Corus Works

Nov 18, 2009

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Inetium

Dec 2, 1009

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Pointbridge

Dec 9, 2009

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Metalogix

Jan 13, 2010

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Razorfish

Jan 20, 2010

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Quilogy

Jan 27, 2010

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Metalogix

Feb 3, 2010

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RightPoint

Feb 10, 2010

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HP

Pending

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Dell

Pending

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TechNet Webcast Session Details
Webcast abstracts and details For all confirmed sessions

Creating Branded User Experiences in SharePoint (Level 200)

Presented by: Razorfish

Event Abstract: You can use Microsoft Office SharePoint Server 2007 to develop Internet, intranet and extranet applications with great success. However, external-facing applications come with the extra challenge of having to reflect the company’s brand and integrating transactional, personalization, and marketing features. Attend this webcast to discover that SharePoint Server is an excellent platform for a variety of Web-related needs across the features of SharePoint and using add-on frameworks and components that take advantage of the rich integration capabilities of SharePoint Sever. To illustrate these best practices, we show you some recently launched sites developed on SharePoint Server 2007. Presenter: Andre Engberts, Technology Director, Razorfish

Register to attend - Oct 28, 2009 at 1 pm PST

10 Reasons Your Next Website Should be Hosted on SharePoint for Internet Sites (Level 200)

Presented by: Habañeros Consulting Group

Event Abstract: SharePoint for Internet Sites is being leveraged by a number of industry-leading organizations across the globe. Join us for a in-depth look at how your organization can benefit from SharePoint for Internet Sites. In this webcast we will review ten areas of SharePoint FIS that are delivering concrete value to organizations that have deployed the technology. Presenters: Ben Skelton, Practice Leader, Websites and eCommerce, Habañeros Consulting Group and Jasvir Shukla, Information Archiect, Habañeros Consulting Group

Register to attend – Nov 4, 2009 at 1 pm PST

Creating SharePoint Web Sites and Reaching Smartphone Users with Mobile Entrée (Level 200)

Presented by: Rosetta and H3 Solutions

Event Abstract: In this webcast, Dan Lindsay of Rosetta demonstrates how Rosetta has leveraged Microsoft Office SharePoint Server 2007 for Internet Sites, , to build highly engaging, interactive, and effective marketing Web sites for their clients. He also addresses how SharePoint Server allows Rosetta to address all critical aspects of Web site development and deployment, including creating rich user experiences, managing content, search engine optimization, analytics, and accessibility Dan along with Lisa Ruff of H3 Solutions, will show how using H3’s Mobile Entrée the SharePoint Server Internet site can reach the Smartphone user for a full experience. Presenters: Dan Lindsay, Director, Lead Solution Architect Microsoft Solution Center, Rosetta Lisa Ruff, Business Development Manager, Mobile Entrée

Register to attend – Nov 11, 2009 at 1 pm PST

X Design Pattern for Web Sites Where Contributors and Consumers Cross Boundaries (Level 200)

Presented by: CorusWorks

Event Abstract: Historically, Internet sites were built for external users to consume passive content. Now, there is an added ability for internal contributors to provide managed content. In this webcast, we present customer case studies of Internet sites, extranets, and communities, and we demonstrate how the X design pattern provides the ability for internal users and external Web users to act both as contributors and consumers. The key to this functionality is the layer in the middle where information and the process flow can be managed in both directions, mashed-up, manipulated, and analyzed. We introduce you to CorasWorks Solution for Internet Sites, which is a packaged solution that extends Microsoft Office SharePoint Server 2010 to enable organizations to accomplish this without requiring custom code development. Presenter: Adam Macaulay, Vice President of Technology, CorusWorks

Register to attend – Nov 18, 2009 at 1 pm PST

Design Considerations for a Public-facing Web Site (Level 200)

Presented by: Inetium

Event Abstract: An effective Internet site based on Microsoft Office SharePoint Server 2007 needs to be planned for and implemented in a way that is different than a typical public-facing site. A Web designer can certainly start with an empty master page and build it like any other site, but doing this would not take advantage of the powerful capabilities of SharePoint Server. In this webcast, we provide an overview of what is possible to brand, what SharePoint Server capabilities it makes sense to use, and what you might want to create yourself. Presenter: Lori Neff, Senior Consultant, UI Designer and Developer.

Register to attend –Dec 2, 2009 at 1 pm PST

Using Your Existing SharePoint Server Investment to Power Your Web Site (Level 200)

Presented by: Pointbridge

Event Abstract: IT departments are continually pressed to do more with less. In this webcast, an IT professional shares his first-hand experience with companies who have used their existing Microsoft Office SharePoint Server investments to power increased functionality and business satisfaction on their public Web sites. Discover the financial benefits of consolidation and why more and more organizations are choosing SharePoint Server as their Web platform of choice. Presenter: David Soderna, Engagement Manager, Pointbridge.

Register to attend – Dec 9, 2009 at 1 pm PST

Upgrading and Migrating from MCMS2002 to MOSS

Presented by: Metalogix

Event Abstract: Upgrading from Microsoft Content Management Server (MCMS) 2002 to Microsoft Office SharePoint Server (MOSS)2007 can be a challenging and difficult process. Administrators and developers need to understand the differences between channels and page libraries and how document and image libraries replace resource galleries. Metalogix will provide an overview of the new MOSS containership model and address how Metalogix Website Migration Manager can support advanced MCMS to MOSS migration and upgrade scenarios. Find out how Metalogix Website Migration Manager can reduce your migration effort by up to 90% when compared to manual approaches. Presented by: Rasool Ryani, Director.

Register to attend – Jan 13, 2010 at 1 pm PST

Planning Your Internet Presence

Presented by: Quilogy

Event Abstract: This webinar will discuss best practices for approaching the design and development of public web sites using MOSS 2007.  The first half of the presentation will discuss tactics and techniques for information architecture and design with a focus on content-centric design, user-experience design, and visual interface design.  The second phase of the webinar will touch upon the development team structure, development methodology, planning for page layouts, content deployment, and optimization techniques. Presenters: Jim McPherson, Practice Director, Interactive and Digital Solutions; Dan Hugge, Managing Consultant, and Sundar Swaminathan, SharePoint Architect.

Register to attend – Jan 27, 2010 at 1 pm PST

Creating Highly Branded, Rich User Experiences in SharePoint

Presented by: RightPoint

Event Abstract: Does your SharePoint solution create a compelling online experience for your the end-user?  Learn how to design rich user-experience for your SharePoint solutions where design and branding align with the needs, behaviors, and values of your target audience.  Learn how to combines the art of design with the science of usability to produce the best in form and function within your SharePoint solutions. Presenter: Ross S Freedman, Director

Register to attend – Feb 10, 2010 at 1 pm PST