Sharepoint Saturday San Diego is Approaching Quickly

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Date: January 12, 2018 at 1:39 pm


SharePoint Saturday San Diego will be held on January 13th, 2018 at California State University in San Marcos, California. This event is open to the public and it is FREE. Join developers, admins, and end users as they learn all about SharePoint from MVP’s and SharePoint experts.

Focal Point Solution’s very own Stacy Deere-Strole will be speaking at SharePoint Saturday San Diego. Be sure to check out her session.

Doing It Right…The SharePoint Way!

Through numerous years of eating, drinking and sleeping SharePoint I have come to realize that there is one thing that has never changed. That one thing is a question, and the answer to that question is the most important thing in all of SharePoint: “”What direction should my organization be going and how do we get there?”” This question is asked anytime something bad happens to the current environment or software, the current environment or software is up for renewal, new technology is introduced and last but not least, during yearly budget planning. Most companies will fall into one of the following categories:
• Current application is no longer suitable due to company growth, lack of functionality or
• Current application company that created & supported it no longer exists.
• Starting from scratch and SharePoint has been chosen now deciding which way to go and where to start?
• Currently utilizing SharePoint but not exactly the way Microsoft intended
• Need to upgrade to continue support
Regardless of the current situation your organization is in, the end goal for all is success and success is measured by the usage of the application. Yes folks, user adoption IS more important than being on time or under budget. In this session I will take you through the steps from where to start, the keys to choosing the right path for your organization and most importantly, implement SharePoint in a way user adoption meets your goals and of course, come in on time and on par with the budget.



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