January 26, 2009
On January 27-29, 2009, Itransition will be attending the SharePoint Technology Conference in Burlingame, CA. A great variety of classes and workshops, reports by the brightest minds in the SharePoint world will provide a great amount of information useful for developers, IT professionals, as well as business managers and analysts.
Many of the conference speakers are Microsoft engineers or Microsoft Most Valuable Professionals (MVP) awarded for their exceptional knowledge, and for sharing their expertise in various SharePoint communities. Tom Rizzo, Director of Microsoft Office SharePoint Server, as well as Errin O’Connor, the founder and CEO of EPC Group will be among speakers.
“At the SPTech conference both SharePoint professionals and business managers can learn how to solve real business problems, and keep up with all the latest third-party SharePoint applications. That is essential for companies which care about bringing greater efficiency to business. Most efficient up-to-date software solutions are especially crucial now in the period of global crisis. That’s why events like SharePoint Technology Conference 2009 are of such a tremendous interest to managers of both small and large companies” – says Denis Kostusev, Sales Director at Itransition – a software development company with wide expertise in Microsoft Office SharePoint application development.
Every SPTechCon attendee can make their own schedule by choosing only the most interesting from more than 60 classes and workshops. The technical classes and workshops are mostly focused on practical techniques. Best practices of SharePoint environment management and integration with other systems will be represented to show the full power of the software. Practical classes on SharePoint key features will make available a deep insight into the Microsoft SharePoint architecture.
The SharePoint Technology Conference, held at the Hyatt Regency San Francisco Airport Hotel at January 27 through January 29, with technical classes and workshops selected to help SharePoint workers exploit the technology and maximize their effectiveness with it.