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Joint SPPG and SWIRMS event - 7th November 2016

The SharePoint Practitioners Group and South West Group have decided to hold a joint event at the end of the year entitled,

A SharePoint Feast with a Side Order of Data Protection

To book your place on this FREE event please click here and click the green register button. Details of the event are below.

 

SPPG Event Menu

9.00

Aperitifs

Arrival and registration

9.30

Canapes

Welcome and Introduction – detailed agenda for the day

9.45

Lets get cooking

Information Management Speed Dating

10.05

Starters

The importance of aligning ICT and IM Strategy for Transformation

Darren Cole – Strategic ICT Manager. Somerset County Council (SCC)

10.25

SharePoint Online

Marek Samaj - Microsoft

10.45

Coffee Break and networking

11.00

Soup & FISH Course

What has a FATFISH and Spaghetti got to do with Information Management Transformational Change?  A SharePoint journey to the cloud (to include live demonstration)

Andrea Binding – Corporate Records Manager SCC

Michele Noad – IM Transformation Consultant – currently working with SCC

AI Syncpoint Demonstration

Melody Allsebrook – AI SharePoint Business Analyst

12.00

Lunch – break out and networking

12.45

Main Course

SharePoint Agony Panel- Bring your SharePoint problems to the table

Panel to include a SharePoint Enterprise Architect, Technical and Engagement Expertise

1.30

Coffee

1.45

Afters

Are you ready for Brexit?(Main Room)-  Melody Allsebrook

Session available for speaker/workshop (Breakout Area)

2.15

Dessert

How can O365 support compliance with FOI? Main Room

Michael Willis– Northern Ireland Local Govt Policy Commission –

EDRM steering group

How to Build a Business Case for IM Transformation

an interactive session – Michele Noad(Breakout Area)

2.45

After Dinner Mints

Wrap up the days sessions - and pay the bill

3.00

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Comments

Simon Thursday, 20 October 2016

Shouldn't GDPR be on the menu - maybe for afters?

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