On the 28th and 29th March, my colleague Jarrod Gingras and I will be hosting the inaugural SharePoint Strategy Summit in Scottsdale, Arizona.
Of course, there's no shortage of SharePoint-related events right now, but we've sensed a need for something different, something to add real value to those entrusted with evaluating, buying, and managing SharePoint systems. In short, an event for those of you looking to develop a SharePoint strategy.
Hence the agenda will critically examine when to use SharePoint, and when not, and most importantly how to increase your chances of success in broad and large deployments.
The summit format is a mix of structured discussions with your industry peers, along with practical advice from recognized -- yet approachable -- experts in an informal setting.
When we plan a summit like this, we think about what you the customer wants: meaty sessions devoid of hype, cheerleading, or bias -- with an emphasis on open debate and exploration. Meeting in a fabulous venue doesn't hurt either.
Consider sending a team to join us and your fellow SharePoint travelers. Jarrod and I are looking forward to meeting you in person, and giving you the opportunity to get "The Real Story" on SharePoint.