The 7th Annual SharePoint Saturday - Omaha will be held on March 30, 2019. We’re excited to offer 5 tracks which are listed below. We’ve opened our Call For Speakers and invite you to submit presentation proposals.
To submit a session, please submit this form. Multiple submissions are encouraged so we have a number of sessions to choose from. Notifications of selected sessions will be sent out by February 9th. Remember - all speakers are invited to our Speaker Dinner at Gorats Steak House featuring a 22 oz T-Bone!
Each session is scheduled for 60 minutes and we will attempt to have 5 sessions in each track. We plan to have a Keynote speaker as well. Since this is a SharePoint conference, we prefer presentations to focus on what can be done out-of-the-box without making any purchases. If you represent a 3rd party vendor/solution, we have a specific Vendor track you might be interested in. You can find our Sponsor Package with further details on the Vendor track here. A popular option in the past has been to do one general session which lays out issues and provides many options for solutions and then do a Vendor track session which specifically talks about how your 3rd party tool solves the issue from the first session.
1. IT Pro/Admin - these sessions focus on administering SharePoint as well as the infrastructure that supports it. It can include both on-prem installations as well as hybrid. (Examples include Migration Tips, Architecture, How to Set SharePoint Up, Optimizing Search, and Security)
2. Developer - these sessions focus on developing applications for SharePoint. Most of our users are still using SharePoint 2010 and SharePoint 2013. Some are moving to SharePoint 2016 and Office 365. Development topics that represent all these versions are welcome and encouraged. (Examples include What Code to Use for Which Version, Powershell, Creating a Great User Experience, and Bringing External Content Into SharePoint)
3. Power User/Business User - These sessions focus on what can be done with SharePoint by someone who doesn't have admin permissions. These can cover no-code application solutions or strategies for managing content in SharePoint. (Examples include Why Implementations Fail, Training Users - Best Practices, Project Management, Case Studies, Selling SharePoint to Management and Users, Tools for Managing Information in SharePoint)
4. SharePoint 101 – these sessions focus on brand new SharePoint users and help them learn the fundamentals of how to use SharePoint. (Examples include What the Heck is SharePoint, The SharePoint Dictionary…Learning the Terminology, 10 Reasons SharePoint is Awesome, and Why SharePoint Gets a Bad Rap)
5. Office365 - This track is dedicated to Office365 specific topics. These sessions can cover any of the O365 associated applications like Flow, PowerApps, and Teams as well as SharePoint Online. (Examples include Demystifying O365, What’s New in O365, and What Do I Do Where in O365…O365 Groups, Teams, and SharePoint Online)
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