SharePoint administrators, end users, architects, developers, and other professionals that work with Microsoft SharePoint Technologies will meet for the 4th SPS Events Charlotte event on Saturday, September 17th, 2016.
Cardinal is proud to be a Platinum Sponsor and have six consultant's present during the event. Be sure to check out the following presentations:
Tips to Improve Nintex for Office 365 Adoption
presented by Austin Palmer and Amy Sawtell
Whether you have Nintex for Office 365 now or are planning to purchase, attendees will walk away with tips on how to get the best ROI. Austin and Amy will guide you through a real world example using some of the most common Nintex features and some not-so-common while providing tips on improving adoption.
Powered by SharePoint
presented by Cory Williams
Office 365 brings a lot of services to the table. Did you know that a good portion of those services are powered in part by SharePoint technology? In this session we will discuss various use cases for Delve, Office 365 Video, Office 365 Groups & Planner, OneDrive for Business, and Office Online.
Term Store Usage and Benefits for Your Users
presented by Craig Pilkenton
Many of our users just throw documents into SharePoint Library's to get them in, or at best use nested folder structures reminiscent of a 1950's file cabinet. While this is easiest way for them to get stuff into the system, it can become painful to navigate to the right document later, let alone Search for it.
To help organize such messes, SharePoint's Term Store or Managed Metadata Application, allows for us to create reusable terms and enterprise keywords for user data that lives in a centralized and synchronized repository. Using this feature, you can make it findable for use later on by ensuring that everything being added from now on is organized in a consistent manner without putting your users through some tortuous processes.
In this presentation we'll walk through an overview of the Term Store, how it can help your users, and see examples that utilize this metadata for unique and simple solutions.
Creating and Configuring a SP 2016 Farm in Azure
presented by Dean Gross
Understand the options for creating SP farms in Azure and demonstrate how they can quickly be created using automated scripting techniques.
Code Solutions to Improve SharePoint Performance and Scalability via Caching
presented by Sean McDonough
Caching is a critical variable in the SharePoint scalability and performance equation, but it’s one that’s oftentimes misunderstood or dismissed as being needed only in Internet-facing scenarios. In this session, we’ll discuss the reasons why developers need to be "cache aware" in order to sidestep common performance and responsiveness issues in SharePoint. We'll also investigate the array of programmatic options that are available to developers who wish to employ or extend SharePoint caching, including the ASP.NET Cache, distributed caching mechanisms, fragment caching, and post-cache substitution. By the end of this session, developers will have some new tricks to improve the performance and scalability of their SharePoint code using caching.
SharePoint's New Swiss Army Knife: The Content Search Web Part
presented by Sean McDonough
Each release of SharePoint has delivered new tools to make SharePoint sites sparkle, but few of these tools have been as exciting as SharePoint 2013’s Content Search Web Part (CSWP). Much like a Swiss Army Knife, the CSWP can be manipulated and configured in a multitude of ways. It can be used for everything from showing basic search results to displaying personalized content that is both interactive and dynamically generated. Whether you are using SharePoint on-premises or in the cloud, and whether you are “just” an end-user or a hard-core developer, the CSWP is one built-in web part you will want to understand in order to make your SharePoint sites shine. In this demo-heavy session, you will learn what you need to know to become productive with the CSWP in no time at all.