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Keynote Sessions


Exploring the Modern App - Steve Fox & Donovan Follette
Companies are increasingly looking to the cloud to optimize costs, improve innovation, spur growth and competition, among other things. And the top level knows that we’re moving there, and quickly. The question then becomes, what does the specific landscape look like? How can we design and innovate in this new space? What are the key principles we need to keep in mind? And, most importantly for you, what does this shift mean for SharePoint? Join Steve as he explores these questions and more and takes you on a journey to explore the Modern App.

Taking Office Beyond the Client with Office Web Apps Server - Mirjam van Olst & Spencer Harbar
Office Web Apps Server enables a new class of business productivity solutions, providing browser-based file viewing and editing services for Office files. Supporting users who access Office files through SharePoint 2013, Lync Server 2013, Exchange Server 2013, shared folders, and websites, Office Web Apps provides compelling features for the enterprise. This keynote will explore the new deployment model, feature improvements and building solutions that leverage Office Web Apps.

 
IT Pro Sessions

Upgrade to SharePoint 2013: A Methodical Approach - Michael Noel
SharePoint 2013 offers organizations compelling reasons to consider an upgrade, with enhancements such as a new touch-friendly UI, browsing speed improvements with minimal download capabilities, and reduced storage overhead using shredded storage. Moving to SharePoint 2013 from an existing legacy SharePoint environment can be a daunting challenge. However, as the upgrade story involves not only content but in many cases complex Service Applications such as the Managed Metadata Service, the User Profile Service, Search, and more. This session covers best practices and tips and tricks that organizations can use to prepare for and execute a trouble-free migration. Included in the discussion is the dynamics of content migration, and specifics for how to upgrade individual service applications.
Level 300

Taming BIG SharePoint - Seb Matthews
SharePoint environments are getting larger and larger, administrators are being pushed to the limits of their knowledge, being asked to manage and administrate large-scale SharePoint and SQL Server estates.

In large-scale environments, understanding the impact of design choice, changing requirements and the increasing demand for higher availability and improved performance can drive many administrators to distraction.

In this session we take a view of how large scale SharePoint environments can be tamed through:

* Leveraging storage
* Maintaining control of SQL Server
* Technical and usage goverance
* Best practices and reference architectures

The session will include practical, pragmatic advice based on real-world experience as well as providing clear examples of how the principles can be applied in specific scenarios.
Level 200/300

On Demand SharePoint - Seb Matthews
In today's modern, business critical SharePoint environments, optimising health and performance is an increasingly important part of delivering SharePoint.

In this session, we look at how we can utilise both out-of-the-box tools (including PowerShell) and System Center to monitor, provision and manage SharePoint environments.

Covering topics such as:

* Monitoring health and utilisation
* Managing scale-up and scale-out
* Farm elasticity

The session will include advice from the field and practical demonstrations of how your SharePoint management experience can be improved, automated and monitored effectively.
Level 200/300

The Ultimate SharePoint Infrastructure Best Practices Session - Michael Noel
There are a myriad number of approaches to design and architecture of SharePoint servers, not all of which are ideal, however. Since the design of a SharePoint environment is subsequently critical to its performance and functionality, it is critical to understand what the best practices around SharePoint infrastructure design are. SharePoint architects need to be aware of the various installation options, the differences between SharePoint search architecture models, how and when to virtualize SharePoint, and ways to optimize the SQL Database tier of SharePoint. This session goes right to the heart of the matter, providing for physical and virtual architecture guidelines and specific configuration settings that can immediately be used to construct best practice SharePoint 2010 environments. In addition, a high-level look at architecture changes in SharePoint 2013 and new models at the data tier in SQL 2012 are outlined. Real-world advice obtained from the presenter’s experience designing hundreds of production SharePoint farms is provided, and the installation options are discussed frankly.
Level 300

Windows Workflow Manager for the IT Pro - Penelope Coventry
SharePoint 2013 allows you create similar workflows to those that you can build using SharePoint Designer 2010. SharePoint 2010 workflows are based on .NET Framework 3.5. Using SharePoint Designer 2013, you can also build SharePoint 2013 workflows which are based on .NET Framework 4.0. In this session, Penny will discuss the configuration and topology options available and their implications on availability. She will detail what an IT Pro must do to allow end users to build SharePoint 2013 workflows, as well as the architectural differences between SharePoint 2010 and 2013 workflows.
Level 300

Successful Migration to SharePoint 2013 - Planning Considerations & Migration Strategies - Abi Onifade
Microsoft SharePoint 2013 will transform the way organizations connect their knowledge workers, business processes, and enterprise-wide content worldwide. Before organizations make the leap to Microsoft's latest platform release, whether on premises or in the cloud, business goals must be carefully considered to ensure you are gaining the most value from your migration project as well as SharePoint 2013 enhancements. In this session, attendees will learn about:

* Options for upgrading or migrating to SharePoint 2013 and Microsoft Office 365

* Strategies for moving to the latest releases of SharePoint, including planning, mapping, and validating migration projects
Level 200

Best Practices and Considerations for Designing Your SharePoint Logical Architecture - Mirjam van Olst
Once your SharePoint environment is deployed the difficult task of maintaining and managing it starts. The decisions you make regarding when to create new web applications, site collections and sites will have a massive impact on your SharePoint deployment. By correctly addressing your logical architecture requirements, you will be in a good position to get the most from the out-of-the-box SharePoint features and to scale your environment without hitting common health and performance challenges. If you are using SharePoint Online, properly designing your logical architecture is at least as important, because of the boundaries that are imposed on site collections and content databases in SharePoint Online. Some of the features introduced in SharePoint 2013 have an impact on the logical architecture of your SharePoint environment, but the basics are still the same. This session will explain the functional and technical reasons for keeping information in a single container, or spreading it across multiple containers. We will also walk through several examples and will try to help you make the right decisions to keep your environment healthy and scalable.
Level 200

Hunting Performance Issues - Nikander & Margriet Bruggeman
Frequently, customers hire us to performance test new SharePoint environments or solve existing performance problems. This has led to our own approach for handling these scenarios, supported by our own custom created (community) tools, it will be interesting to discuss this approach.
Level 200


IT Pro/Dev Sessions

SharePoint 2013 Mobile Strategy and Design - Joel Oleson
Microsoft’s mobile device and tablet strategy are only the beginning. You can’t begin to understand the mobile world without looking at the enterprise bring your own (BYOD) strategy. Touch is revolutionizing our interfaces, and you can’t develop to a minimum resolution size. The world of design has dramatically changed with Responsive Web Design and Adaptive strategies. In this session we’ll look at the best and the worst of mobile web design. In addition, you’ll come away with a good understanding of what to do for your SharePoint 2010 and SharePoint 2013 mobile device strategy.  
Level 300

It’s Me, and Here’s My Proof: Identity and Authentication in SharePoint 2013 and Office 365 - Spencer Harbar
Understanding the fundamental principles of Identity and Authentication and how they are implemented in SharePoint 2013 it critical to successful Office 365 or on-premises deployment. This session will cover all of the Identity and Authentication space, detailing end user sign in, Kerberos, claims, ADFS, along with service delegation, SP App authorization, OWA and Server to Server Authentication.
Level 300

Real-life Building Public-facing Websites with SharePoint 2013 - Waldek Mastykarz
SharePoint 2013 ships with a variety of new and improved WCM-capabilities. In this session, we will walk through the new SP2013 WCM functionality and discuss how you can apply it in real-world solutions and get the most out of it when building public-facing websites.
Level 300

Dude, Where’s my Search Scopes – Walkthrough of the new Search Capabilities in SharePoint 2013
- Martin Hatch

This session will take a look at some of the new Search capabilities in SharePoint 2013 and how they can be customised. This will include an introduction to the new Result Sources, Result Types, Query Rules and Display Templates, and some real-world scenarios showing how these can provide very powerful search results with a custom look and feel.
Level 200


Dev Sessions

Building Windows Client Applications for SharePoint 2013 - Bill Ayers
In this session, we will build a Windows 8 client application that uses the improved SharePoint 2013 Client-Side Object Model and REST API to leverage lists, content and search. We will run through the options for integrating with SharePoint and look at some of the design patterns, and how we can re-use some of the skills needed to develop SharePoint 2013 hosted applications. We will also look at the steps needed to re-build the project as a mobile app. deployed to Windows Phone 8.  
Level 200

Navigation in a Multi-site Collection Environment - Albert-Jan Schot
Whenever you are asked to setup an intranet environment, one of the first questions that has to be tackled will be whether you will use multiple site collections to store your content. Ending up with different site collections will impact the way you can navigate and thus might require you to build custom navigation elements. Extending the top or left navigation can be done with a custom navigation provider (or providing XML or a custom NavigationProvider). Extending the breadcrumbs is a bit harder since there is no logic for you to do so. However, using the Managed Metadata as a placeholder to hold the structure, we can use JavaScript and the web services for Managed Metadata and Search to generate a custom breadcrumb and insert them before the default SharePoint version, thus generating a custom structure that works across site collections. Challenges are providing something that can compete with the out-of-the-box breadcrumb regarding performance, and the migration to SharePoint 2013 since that will provide Managed Metadata Navigation itself.
Level 300

Building a SharePoint Factory - Donald Hessing
SharePoint is a complex product and even for experienced architects and developers it can be challenging to build a stable and reliable solution. Building a SharePoint Factory can significant improve the productivity of the team and the quality of the solution. Learn how to build your own factory with guidelines, blueprints, automated code checks, automated tests and real world load tests.
Level 300

SharePoint Hosted Apps and JavaScript - Wesley Bakker
SharePoint Hosted Apps cannot run any server-side code, which means that creating SharePoint Hosted Apps involves working with the JavaScript CSOM a lot. This session demonstrates how to work with object-oriented JavaScript, how to use T4 templates to generate JavaScript for you and how to extend the SharePoint Client-Side Object Model.
Level 300

SharePoint Nightmares – Coding Patterns and Practices - Donald Hessing
SharePoint includes a powerful API for developing custom applications. Using the API the right way can become very hard as it isn’t always straight forward. The most famous example is whether or not to dispose the SPSite and SPWeb objects. SharePoint has more dark sides that can dramatically influence the performance and scalability of the custom application. Come to this session and learn about coding and best practices that can make you a better developer.
Level 300

Developing Provider-Hosted Apps for SharePoint 2013 - Donovan Follette
In SharePoint 2013, the new Cloud App Model introduces a new and exciting way to develop and deploy applications to the Cloud. In this session, you’ll learn all about the new model, how you can build and deploy your applications, the variations of Web applications, how to authorize your apps, and much more. If you’re interested in the new Cloud App Model, and specifically how to build Provider-Hosted applications, then you’ll not want to miss this session.
Level 200

Test-driven Development with SharePoint 2013 and Visual Studio - Bill Ayers
This session follows on from my Lean-Agile SharePoint Development talk (SharePoint Connections 2012) and goes deeper into test-driven development (TDD) with practical examples. We’ll look at the different types of tests and the motivation for TDD and then dive into building unit and integration tests in server-side code and see how these can be used as part of the TDD cycle. We’ll also explore the new world of SharePoint Apps and client-side JavaScript testing which brings a whole new set of problems and solutions.
Level 300

Windows Azure for SharePoint People - Dennis Mulder
Never before have you been able to do so much with SharePoint and Windows Azure. This session will provide an overview of the different ways in which you can build and deploy SharePoint solutions using Windows Azure through real world cases. Specifically, you'll learn how you can use Windows Azure Virtual Machines to "lift and shift" SharePoint instances, leverage Windows Azure and the different Windows Azure Services to deploy and integrate applications with SharePoint, and design and deploy complete cloud-based solutions integrating SharePoint Online and Windows Azure in the new SharePoint apps model.
Level 300

Faulty by Design - Top 10 Developer Mistakes - Wouter van Vugt
My dad always told me that with great power comes great responsibility. Given the flexibility and depth of integration, your work can cause failures froma single page, up to and including rendering an entire company workless by taking down the farm. Come learn from the many mistakes made while developing enterprise systems on top of SharePoint. Learn that besides a horrible development approach apps actually do have benefits as well. Figure out novel ways of debugging your production code and more. In this session you will receive the tools you need on your journey to becoming the next Spider, eh, SharePointman.
Level 200

Developing SharePoint 2013 Apps with Visual Studio 2012 - Bram de Jager
The new SharePoint App Model provides different ways of building apps. As a developer you have to choose between development techniques, hosting options and more. This session discusses the architecture, various types of apps, application identity and permissions, and how to build these different types of apps.

The session contains demos covering building SharePoint-hosted apps, implementing SharePoint 2013 chrome control, setting the right permissions, and more with Visual Studio 2012.
Level 300


Business Sessions

Once You Go App You Don't Go Back - Daniel Sörlöv
Microsoft puts Apps in the center of the picture following the current industry trends. But is that all? A trend? With Apps for Windows, Apps for Phone and more, how does Apps fit into the SharePoint strategy and the social workplace. What is an App? How should you gain from it? It depends? We will look at the advantages of layer separation in a case-study of a modern App Project in this executive level talk on SharePoint Apps and next generation infrastructure.
Level 300

SharePoint 2013 - Why, How and What? - Roland Driesen
SharePoint 2013 offers even better equipment than SharePoint 2010 did and has good reviews, a very positive vibe, and an appealing look and feel. But, how do you implement and use this great technology? Or, being cynical: WHY even bother? This session is about rephrasing your thoughts on Collaboration and/or Enterprise Social. Based on the concept of “Start with WHY” Roland will show you the real benefits to leverage the technology adoption lifecycle across your organization (innovators > early adopters > early majority > late majority) and why not to focus on the laggards. With the four stages model of user adoption Roland will give you practical advice on HOW to support this process including the Getting Things Done method with SharePoint to also appeal to the "not-so-social-media-savvy". The WHAT of SharePoint will be presented by co-presenters during the two days. This session is a summary of the 3G implementation methodology; a blend of great thinkers (Carl Gustav Jung, Simon Sinek, Michael Sampson, David Allen) and proven methods (Getting Things Done, Insights Discovery) combined with great technology (SharePoint 2013) to successfully motivate at least 84% of any population in the real usage of your SharePoint platform.
Level 200

SharePoint 2013 and Yammer: Managing Enterprise Social Compliance - Joel Oleson
SharePoint 2013, Yammer and Office 365 product families bring new capabilities for content sharing, finding, organizing, and authoring. They also create new challenges. The move to the cloud and the integration of SharePoint with the enterprise social network with yammer, and have made this release so profound and disruptive to the business. In this session we'll dig into planning and strategy for social architectures around both business process and the technologies to help ensure compliance and success. Social enterprise technology is transformative and will lead to more agile business when used correctly, but a disaster and chaos when not used properly.
Level 200

SharePoint Insanity Demystified - Dan Holme
After years of helping organizations around the world to deploy and implement SharePoint, Dan Holme has found that there are certain pain points that almost everyone encounters. Some are confusing concepts. Some are unfortunate decisions made based on misunderstanding Microsoft’s UI or documentation. Some are due to unnecessarily complex terminology. And some because there are things we might think that SharePoint should do, but can’t. In this session, Dan will share the most common and problematic scenarios, and their solutions, with the goal of saving you pain, time, and money. Think of this session as “Lessons Learned,” “Best Practices,” or “From the Field” on steroids. Whether you’re new to SharePoint or a seasoned veteran, in this grab-bag session there will be treasures for you!
Level 200

SharePoint In Action: What We Did at NBC Olympics - Dan Holme
Last summer, Dan Holme served as Microsoft Technologies Consultant for NBC Olympics for the broadcast of the 2012 Summer Games from London. SharePoint “won the gold” as a platform for rich collaboration and rapidly deployed solutions, as it did for NBC in Vancouver, Beijing, and Torino. Join Dan Holme, Microsoft Technologies Consultant for NBC Olympics, for an inside look at how SharePoint is put to use in one of the most unique IT efforts in the world. Discover ways that you might leverage SharePoint in your enterprise, and how the Olympics broadcast can inform the choices you make supporting and developing for SharePoint.

SharePoint was used extensively to support collaboration between thousands of employees and contractors, and to automate processes including IT help desk services like application and printer deployment. What we did with SharePoint may not be rocket science, but it's a case study in how SharePoint can serve to unify access to content, process, and service in a real-world enterprise. We will also share what Dan hopes to accomplish with SharePoint 2013 as he begins preparing for the 2014 Winter Olympics in Sochi, Russia. Come see what we did, and take away practical ideas for what SharePoint can do for you.
Level 200 - End users/Business users

Bring Your Own Device, or Bring Your Own Disaster - John Timney
How do you approach BYOD in a changing world where we are all expecting to access SharePoint from any device, any operating system and from any location? This session considers the thinking and approach needed to introduce a BYOD strategy into your organization. The session considers the evolving market, thoughts around cloud and commodity storage, what SharePoint brings to the table, and how to approach formulating a SharePoint 2013 BYOD strategy to keep your organization safe, satisfy the demands of end users, and understand the operational and people challenges emerging in an ever changing, rapidly evolving multi-device world.
Level 100

Power BI for Office 365 - Jeroen ter Heerdt
Microsoft has introduced Power BI for Office 365 during the world Partner Conference. This session will give you an overview about the Power BI functionality like easily search, discover, and access data within and outside your organization and, with just a few clicks, shape and transform data. Analyze and create stunning interactive visualizations that uncover hidden insights to share and collaborate from anywhere, on any device.
Level 200 - Business/End-users


End-user Sessions


Best Practices: Document Management in SharePoint (Online) 2013 - Jasper Oosterveld
We all know SharePoint is a powerful platform with excellent Document Management features but do your end-users agree? They have been working with folders and file shares for years, which means it's harder to convince them about the power of SharePoint. During this presentation, I am going to share my best practices about implementing SharePoint's Document Management features. After this session, you can use this information to convert those stubborn end-users who have a long lasting love for folders.

The attendees learn the advantages and disadvantages of SharePoint's Document Management features. This includes:
* Folders
* Custom metadata & Views
* Term Store and taxonomy
* Document Sets
* Content types

The session includes a real world Document Management example: a customer learns to work with SharePoint team sites instead of file shares and their first introduction to Document Management.
Level 200

The New Design Manager in 2013 – What Does it Mean for You? - Benjamin Niaulin
SharePoint Designer no longer has the Design view to help you build your brand in SharePoint. However SharePoint 2013 now offers the new Design Manager to help you convert your Designer’s HTML design into a Master Page. In this session, we will cover the features the Design Manager introduces:

* HTML to Master Page conversion
* Device channels
* Display templates
* Creating design packages

This session will help you get ahead by understanding what comes out out-of-the-box with the Design Manager to help you build your brand on SharePoint.
Level 200

Using SharePoint Designer 2013 to Create Workflows: Present & Future - Penelope Coventry
In SharePoint 2010, using SharePoint Designer 2010 you could not create loops or create a state workflow. Using a workflow developed for one of her clients concerning a Change Request process, Penny will look at using advance task actions and a secondary workflow to overcome this limitation. She will then look at how she would do this differently with SharePoint 2013.
Level 200/300

SharePoint 2013 and Office Integration, the Next Step - Marianne van Wanrooij
In this session, Marianne shows the pros and cons of the Office integration within SharePoint 2013, using Office Web Apps and SkyDrive and she discusses how to extend Office documents using SharePoint data.
Level 200

Content Search Web Part - Get it All in One Place and Style it! - Benjamin Niaulin
Previous versions of SharePoint have always limited how we show items and documents from our current site or Site Collection. In SharePoint 2013, a new Web Part will make it easier to grab everything and style it the way you want.

* New features
* Differences with the Search Web Part
* Things you need to know (licensing, availability, etc)
* How it works

In this session, you will learn what this Web Part can do, the various scenarios where it will help as well as how to change the display of the results. Don't stay constrained to your SharePoint site - Search it!
Level 200


Office365 Sessions

Creating HTML5 Solutions on Top of Office 365 - Wouter van Vugt
Come learn how far you can take public websites hosted in Office 365 up the HTML 5 road without resorting to common, full-trust only tricks such as control adapters. The session will start out with a plain vanilla website that we will build out we as go. What you will end up with is something for you to come see!
Level 300

Hybrid SharePoint 2013 and Office 365 Environments for Decision Makers - René Modery
What value does hybrid SharePoint 2013 and Office 365 environments offer, which drawbacks do they have? Why do companies use them? How do you plan them, and which governance aspects need to be considered? And which resource requirements do they impose? These and many more questions will be answered in this session, targeted at IT Managers and other decision makers who want to learn more about hybrid environments. Come see!
Level 200

Office 365: Business Intelligence - Jethro Seghers
How can you use Business Intelligence in Office 365 to make your business decisions? How can BI not only be driven by the Enterprise but also by the end user? In this session we’re going to cover the basic about BI, BI dashboards, PowerPivot and Excel services in Office 365.
Level 200

SharePoint 2013 in a Hybrid World - Jethro Seghers
Some very wise people say that cloud is the future. But what about certain data you wish to hold off from moving to the cloud? What should you do with certain data that is bound to legal requirements that cloud solutions don’t cover yet? Is it a 'take it or leave it' scenario moving to the cloud or do both, on-premise and cloud have their usefulness? How will it affect the end user experience? In this session, we’ll cover some of the hybrid scenarios from an architectural intake and show how SharePoint 2013 and SharePoint Online can work as a single entity.
Level 300

Automating Office 365 with PowerShell - René Modery
With the new Office 365, there are many more possibilities for administrators to manage Office 365 with PowerShell, especially regarding SharePoint Online. In this session, you will get an overview of the existing cmdlets and learn how common tasks such as creating a site collection and granting access to it can be automated. You'll also get to see how to use those cmdlets in your own applications, and how you could even write your own cmdlets!
Level 200

Happily Married: Yammer and SharePoint - Danny Burlage
Yammer and SharePoint are slowly and steadily coming together. Learn about the possibilities for integration and combining these two great systems.
Level 200

 
Sponsored Sessions

SCRUM 10 Best Practices for Successful SharePoint Projects (presented in Dutch) - Jeroen Derde & Arjen Barneveld (e-office)
Using an agile approach to projects can deliver numerous benefits. However, adopting SCRUM to SharePoint projects can be a challenge for all stakeholders. In this presentation we will present the do’s and don’ts based on our real-world experience of managing SharePoint projects with SCRUM and provide you with our 10 best practices to take away.

The Newest Trends in Document and Data Capture in Microsoft SharePoint 2013 - Rastislav Hlavac (Gradient)
GScanOnline integrates seamlessly, which makes scanning fast and easy: you initiate scans from within On-Premise SharePoint or Office 365. Built-in imaging and OCR functionality allows easy scanning, indexing and delivery into document libraries. Avoid the hassles of third-party apps and save time with GScanOnline.

SharePoint as a Collaboration Platform for a Global Workforce - Matt Davis (Metalogix)
SharePoint is an excellent collaboration platform for a global workforce. However, organizations with a distributed user base face significant challenges in providing fast and reliable access to all end users. When these users lose their interest in and engagement with SharePoint, it threatens the investment in SharePoint and content governance for the entire organization.
Learn how you can create the always available, globally distributed SharePoint architecture you need by synchronising content.
 
 In this session, we will show how Replication can be used for:
• Real-time replication of SharePoint documents, sites, applications, permissions and bi-directional workflows;
• Local, national or global deployments of multiple SharePoint farms
• Delivering SharePoint content to users in multiple locations-even over low bandwidth or challenged networks

Extending Powershell with SharePoint's Client Side Object Model - Roel Hans Bethlehem (Rapid Circle)
In this session I will show how to build new cmdlets for PowerShell so you can interact with SharePoint Online or SharePoint 2013 On-Premises. This technique is very handy for installing your SharePoint Online customisations (and also useful for SharePoint 2013 On-Premises). By the end of the session you will have an understanding how the Client Side Object Model works and how you can use it to create your own Powershell cmdlets and to use them both in Online and On-Premises environments.
Level 300

Apps, Apps and Apps - Andy Van Steenbergen & Bert Clevering (Ordina)
Show and tell the usage and development of Office Apps, SharePoint Apps and Apps in general.

The new cloud app model gives you maximum choice and flexibility to build a new class of apps for Office and SharePoint using familiar languages, tools, etc.
Ordina will show you, with 2 developers, how to combine the 3 apps into one solution. We'll show you also how you can administer your SharePoint farm via SharePoint Apps.

Get users to agree, understand and acknowledge your key policies. - Helen Jones (Collaboris)
If you want to see how DocRead can help you send out your policies and procedures to groups of SharePoint users - then this session is for you. By the end of the session, you will find out how you can target a policy to a group of users and then require that they pass a test and agree to your terms and conditions. We will also show you how we have extended the out of the box SharePoint Survey, to include quiz features, rich media questions, reporting and finally how easy it is to attach a survey or quiz to a document so that you can gain users feedback and also have confidence they understand it!

Learn how to build business application using K2 on the SharePoint platform - Simon Allport (K2)
Ever wanted to build a SharePoint 2013 app that harnessed information from the core line of business systems, without having to write any code. Then join Simon as he builds a quote application in SharePoint 2013 that gets information from MS, CRM and SQL server using K2 for SharePoint.

               











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