Daniel McPherson discusses:
- Knowledge management
- Social computing
- Social Analytics
- A demonstration of the for-SharePoint App store; SharevolutionHQ.com
- The world of social computing and its place within the large enterprise
Highlights Part 1
- Knowledge Management
- Social Computing
- Information Overload
Highlights Part 2
- Office 365
Highlights Part 3
- App Store
About the speakers
Daniel is SharePoint architect at Attini Software and Co-Founder, CEO and SharePoint specialist of Zevenseas B.V.
Daniel has had over 18 years experience in the Software Industry, 10 of those with Microsoft, in roles covering the full product lifecycle. He has lived and worked in Adelaide, Melbourne, London, Amsterdam and most recently, Pune in India. He has spent time with customers across Europe, Middle East and the United States, combining SharePoint with travel wherever and whenever he can.
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