Cincinnati SharePoint User Group March 27th


The Cincinnati SharePoint User Group will now be meeting on the 4th Thursday of each month. The next meeting is 3/27/14.

Please register if you will be attending: http://www.meetup.com/TechLife-Cincinnati/events/171195112/

Topic: OneShell | Managing SharePoint Anywhere with Windows PowerShellTopic: Using PowerShell, and a web service call or two, to Administer SharePoint Office 365

Description: With the growing adoption of Office 365 and SharePoint Online and the continued prevalence of SharePoint on-premises, it’s becoming more difficult to manage both environments Scriptamatically™. While SharePoint Online does have native support for Windows PowerShell, there are very few cmdlets to manage the sites and site contents. SharePoint on-premises gives us well over 700 cmdlets, but it still doesn’t answer every situational scenario – leaving gaps in functionality which can be filled by scripters.
In this demo-heavy session, focused on both the developer AND the administrator – you’ll see how you can use OneShell to manage both scenarios (on-premises and Office 365). Demonstrations will focus on building OneShell for both target environments, and by the end of the session you’ll be ready to start Managing SharePoint Anywhere with PowerShell.


Ryan Dennis is a SharePoint Subject Matter Expert with Blue Chip Consulting Group in Central Ohio. Ryan is a Microsoft Certified Solutions Expert with experience in all versions of SharePoint. An accomplished blogger and speaker, he has worked on large-scale SharePoint solutions in the public, non-profit, and private sectors. He focuses primarily on SharePoint architecture, automation, and middle-tier development leveraging out-of-the-box features.

Ryan has worked on projects ranging from large scale Intranet deployments to secure extranets as well as public-facing Internet site deployments. Ryan has a passion for automation, whether it is automating business processes through forms and workflow; or automating deployment, migration and configuration using Windows PowerShell.

And of course... there will be food, door prizes and networking!

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