October Meeting is Thursday 10/13 5:30-7:30PM
SharePoint Migration with Metalogix
Migrating to a new version of SharePoint does not have to be a long and arduous journey. Learn techniques and best practices for moving to SharePoint 2010 from Metalogix at this Thursday’s meeting.
Metalogix will also be raffling off a gift card from Best Buy and hosting a round of drinks at Harrington’s Bar and Grill after the meeting.
Date: Thursday, October 13, 2011
Arrival Time: 5:30 PM to 6:00PM
Presentation: 6:00PM to 7:00PM
Location: QuickStart San Francisco
Address: 160 Pine Street (at Battery)
San Francisco, CA 94111
closest BART station is EMBARCADERO
Map: click here
Microsoft SharePoint 2010 takes a giant leap forward from previous versions and now includes many new features and capabilities which is causing many customers to explore the options for moving to this technology. Learn the top five best practices for upgrading to SharePoint 2010 to ensure a successful deployment. We’ll show you how to upgrade from WSS 2.0, SharePoint 2003, WSS 3.0, or SharePoint 2007 to SharePoint Server 2010 and SharePoint Foundation 2010. The session will also show how to handle complex upgrade scenarios, including 32-bit to 64-bit upgrades and the use of PowerShell to extend and automate migration operations. You’ll also learn how to handle granular and partial migrations and re-structuring of list, library and site content during migration and how to take advantage of new site templates in SharePoint 2010.
Speaker Bio: Jeremy Davis
Jeremy Davis is a Sr. Systems Engineer, based in Metalogix’s Dallas, TX office. He has extensive experience in implementing solutions into complex SharePoint deployments nationwide. With over 7 years of experience in SharePoint and SharePoint deployment, Davis is well-versed in implementing and maintaining SharePoint portals. His expertise and contributions to the SharePoint community have earned him speaking opportunities at technical conferences, symposiums, and user groups throughout North America. Metalogix website: www.metalogix.com
The San Francisco SharePoint User Group web page: www.sfspug.org