If you missed SharePoint Cincy 2011…


SharePoint Cincy 2011

If you missed SharePoint Cincy 2011 then you missed out on a full day of everything SharePoint! Two fantastic keynote presentations from Microsoft and Kroger, twenty breakout sessions with speakers from all over the country and a fantastic group of sponsors. I have not forgotten the most important group… the attendees! There was networking and social collaboration going on in every room and around every table.

SharePoint Cincy 2012 – March 16th 2012

Add March 16th, 2012 to your calendar.  Towards the end of the day I was frequently asked “when is this going to be done again?”  During the 5:00 update the SharePoint Cincy team announced that due to the success of this first event that they are going to do it again. So, see you in March 2012.


Thanks to the speakers

(Notice how many of these are local talent. The Cincinnati area has a strong base of SharePoint expertise!)

Fred J. Studerstuder, Microsoft Corporation
Catherine AllshouseCatherine, The Kroger Company
Tim Beamer, Dell
Scott Brickey, Strategic Data Systems
Mike Buob, Sogeti, USA
Steve Caravajal, Ph.D., Microsoft Corporation
Bill Crider, Ascendum
Mario Fulan, Information Control Corp (ICC)
Rob Joy, K2
Pat Kern, Procter & Gamble, Global Shared Services
Rob Kerr, BlueGranite
Sean McDonough, Idera
Jonathan Mast, SharePoint 911
Matt Morse, PointBridge
Raveen Rajavarma, Ascendum
Mike Smith, MAX Technical Training
Matthew Tallman, Sogeti, USA
Tom Washek, Microsoft
Eric Weissmann, DSC Consulting
Shane Young, SharePoint 911

Thanks to the sponsors and exhibitors

Without these people the event could not happen…

BrainStorm Inc.
Center for Applied Informatics @ NKU
Information Control Corporation
MAX Technical Training
PCMS IT Advisor Group
SDS - Strategic Data Systems
The Circuit

The Cincinnati SharePoint User Group
The Dayton SharePoint User Group



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