SharePoint Saturday Houston

In this quick post, I talk about my presentation of “Saving SharePoint” at SharePoint Saturday Houston in a few days (Saturday, May 1st).

I’d normally have posted some information about this a bit earlier, but the last few weeks have been a bit of a whirlwind given the new job.

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This Saturday, May 1st, I’ll be speaking at SharePoint Saturday Houston.  I’m already here (in Houston) on business this week, and SharePoint Saturday Houston represents a great way to wrap up the week before heading back to Cincinnati!

I’ll be presenting “Saving SharePoint,” the talk that I’ve given (both solo and with my cohort in crime, John Ferringer) at a number of SharePoint Saturday events.  In the talk, I discuss SharePoint disaster recovery, key terms and concepts for speaking the “DR lingo,” and the tools that SharePoint comes with to help you protect your data.  A substantial portion of the talk also focuses on DR procedures and business practices that anyone tasked with DR responsibilities needs to understand to effectively carry out their duties.

I hope to see you this Saturday!

Additional Reading and References

  1. Event: SharePoint Saturday Houston
  2. People: John Ferringer

Author: Sean McDonough

I am the Chief Technology Officer for PAIT Group, a Cincinnati-based Microsoft partner providing SharePoint solutions and consulting. I have been developing software, building infrastructures, and solving technical problems for over two decades. I have acquired a diverse and expansive skill set as consultant, product manager, solution architect, team lead, administrator, and platform evangelist through the years. I am an author, blogger, and frequent speaker/instructor at technical conferences, user groups, and similar events all over North America. I am also a Microsoft MVP in both the Office Development and the Office Servers and Services categories. I can be reached through my blog (http://SharePointInterface.com) or Twitter (@spmcdonough).

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