Are you a SharePoint or Office 365 administrator looking for a fun way to spend a chilly Midwestern Friday? If so, then join Todd Klindt on Friday, October 26th for an all-day workshop on SharePoint and Office 365 Administration. He’ll pack as much administrative goodness into one day as humanly possible. He’s going to cover on-prem topics architecture and administration. Then he’ll switch gears and talk about cloud and Office 365 topics like authentication with Azure AD, OneDrive, SharePoint Online, Groups, and other administrative topics. After that foundation is laid down he’ll bring it all together by covering some of the hybrid opportunities there are with on-prem and online SharePoint and help you figure out which ones make the most sense for you. If there’s any time or brain cells left he’ll talk about migration and PowerShell.
The Omaha SharePoint User Group has created this low-cost training opportunity for our community. While we normally meet a couple hours each month, this day will provide an exceptional training opportunity at a very low cost.
What a great way to start your weekend, please join Todd on Friday for all things SharePoint.
SharePoint, Office 365, Azure AD, OneDrive, Groups
Breakfast and snacks will be provided. Lunch is on your own.
Todd Klindt has been a professional computer nerd for over 20 years, specializing in SharePoint for more than 15.
His love affair with SharePoint began one slow day at the office when he discovered SharePoint Team Services 1.0 on the Office XP CD that was holding up his coffee cup and decided to install it. The rest is history. In 2006 he was honored to be awarded the MVP award from Microsoft for Windows SharePoint Services. He has had the pleasure of working with SharePoint farms both large and small. For over a decade, Todd has presented sessions on SharePoint at many major conferences in the United States as well as Europe and Asia and does the user group circuit, SharePoint Saturday events, and the occasional child’s birthday party as well. He has also written several books and magazine articles on SharePoint and related topics.
While SharePoint is his first love, Todd isn’t a one-trick pony, he also works with other technologies like PowerShell, SQL Server, Office 365, OneDrive, and Azure AD. He spends his days consulting on various Microsoft Cloud technologies.