September Meeting Notice
The next meeting of the OK SharePoint User Group will be held on Thursday, September 15th, at the Bird Library Auditorium at OUHSC.
We have a really exciting agenda:
· Intros and Lunch
· Best Practices for Content Lifecycle Management with Microsoft SharePoint
· Q & A
The Bird Library is located at 1000 Stanton L Young Boulevard in Oklahoma City. For directions, visit http://library.ouhsc.edu/HP_Home.cfm?GoDiv=Directions
Best Practices for Content Lifecycle Management with Microsoft SharePoint
Microsoft SharePoint is the industry’s most versatile and powerful enterprise-class collaboration system. But in order to leverage SharePoint as a true enterprise content management platform, an intelligent, well governed content lifecycle strategy is required. Such a strategy must define the platform’s information and systems architecture, and diligently govern the process of content authorship, storage, delivery, auditing, and dispensation, without overburdening system or staff resources. During this session, we will discuss best practices for designing a well governed and scalable content lifecycle strategy that ensures diligent content management, efficiently integrates legacy content and storage systems, and delivers both the transparency and accountability required of an enterprise-class content management system.
Arnoldo Ruiz, Enterprise Account Manager, Southwestern U.S.
With over 10 years’ experience in the technology sector, Arnoldo has extensive knowledge of Business Service Management strategies, data protection technologies, and forensic & e-discovery applications. Arnoldo works directly with Fortune 500 and other enterprise customers to develop and implement cost-effective SharePoint management, protection, and optimization strategies. His contributions to the SharePoint community have garnered him speaking opportunities at technology conferences, seminars, and user groups throughout North and Latin America.
Please RSVP to: firstname.lastname@example.org or call 405-325-7307
The mission of the OK-SUG is to provide a forum for expert speakers and members to present information on SharePoint, covering, but not limited to the administration of SharePoint servers, administration of SharePoint sites, design and development of SharePoint sites, development of applications for use on SharePoint sites and usage of SharePoint. SharePoint refers to all variations, including SharePoint Services, SharePoint Foundation, Microsoft Office SharePoint Server, SharePoint Server and other SharePoint variants.
The intent of the OK-SUG is to allow members to share ideas, ask questions, hear presentations from experts and interact with other members, be they end-users, system administrations, site administrators, developers or web designers.