May 5, 2014 – Mountain View, California. Our Webinar series “Is SharePoint at a Crossroads?” is proving to be of real interest to the SharePoint community. Over 500 registrations for the first two webinars and both the presentations and the question and answer sessions have been really interesting. It is clear that there is a lot of confusion and concern about where SharePoint is heading and what the user community should do to protect their existing investments. We are trying to objectively share our knowledge and suggest alternatives that will ease SharePoint migrations and help SharePoint user organizations stop accumulating additional technical debt during this transitory period. Our next webinar about Sustainable SharePoint (Webinar #3 in the series) is being held on Thursday, May 8th at 11:00 AM PST. If you missed one of the previous webinars you can catch up on our website at http://agilepoint.com/resources/webinar-archive/.
We are now in the planning stages for our next webinar series “Aligning SharePoint and Process Management in Your Organization” that will delve into moving past simple SharePoint workflows and into full-fledged Business Process Management application development. In this series we will be exploring how SharePoint and BPM can best be used together in your organization, how to align process groups and SharePoint teams to best meet organizational goals and looking at Mutable Processes for Dynamic Case Management applications.
For now, here is the status of the current series:
Is SharePoint at a Crossroads? – What is Microsoft saying, What are Analysts Saying and What is the User Community Saying?
What Should We Do About InfoPath?
3. Can We Create a Sustainable SharePoint Environment to Extend Our Reach and Protect Our Investment?
4. Utilizing Office 365 – How Do We Get There? 5. How Do We Add Mobile and Social Capabilities to Our SharePoint Environments?
6. How Do We Better Engage Our Organization Through SharePoint Adoption?
7. What Are the New SharePoint “Jobs” Now That the Cloud Changes Everything?
8. How Do We Move Beyond SharePoint’s Existing Limitations?