As Satya Nadella made clear during Microsoft’s most recent quarterly earnings report, a strong driver of the success of Microsoft’s Azure and Office 365 products is the unique position of servers for Microsoft’s ubiquitous enterprise applications (not the least of which is SharePoint) at the so-called “edge” of the cloud, meaning on-premises. But how can business and organizations in the public and not-for-profit sectors get the most value out of the opportunities presented by the choices they have as regards serving SharePoint?
On November 19, 2014, SharePoint-Videos will host a one hour webinar on this topic. The webinar is titled Webinar – Hybrid, Online or On-Premises?. Attendees will have an opportunity to present their questions on this topic directly to three highly qualified panelists, including:
- Mark Kashman, Senior Product Marketing Manager, SharePoint, at Microsoft
- Rob LaMear IV, Founder and CEO of FPWeb.net
- and Fabian Williams, a Microsoft MVP and leading author of SharePoint-Videos training content on SharePoint server
If your organization is considering how best to provision SharePoint computing resources based on the needs of your community of users, then you could not ask for a much better opportunity than this one to present your questions to three subject matter experts on this topic.
But if you have not yet decided whether or not it makes sense to consider an option other than on-premises servers for SharePoint, you will likely benefit from attending this short webinar, as well. BYOD and a trend towards “consumerized IT”, whereby the familiar path by which innovation used to enter the organization (meaning via the notions recommended by a central IT function) has taken a detour and lines of business (LoBs) have become the pioneers for new technology, almost certainly are coloring the computing experience for your personnel. Therefore, it makes sense to attend this webinar which will consumer absolutely nothing more than one hour from your schedule (there is no charge to attend).
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