Understanding the differences between Corporate, IT, and SharePoint governance is critical as you build your governance strategy. Come learn tips and tricks to get your stakeholders started.
For many organizations, the hardest part of governance strategy planning is knowing where to start. Different teams have different definitions, so knowing which policies, procedures, and guidelines to follow to ensure that your SharePoint environment is well-managed can be a confusing ordeal. In this webinar, SharePoint MVP and Metalogix Chief Evangelist Christian Buckley (@buckleyplanet) will team up with Jeff Shuey (@jshuey), Director of Strategic Alliances at Gimmal, to outline the differences between corporate, IT, SharePoint, and content governance standards and best practices, and share a strategy to help you get your governance planning efforts on track, with all of your key stakeholders participating.
Christian Buckley, SharePoint MVP & Chief Evangelist, Metalogix
Christian is a SharePoint MVP, internationally recognized author and speaker, and a Forbes Top 25 SharePoint Influencer. As Metalogix’s evangelist, he drives product awareness and community development. He was part of the Microsoft team that launched SharePoint Online (now part of Office365), and worked with some of the world’s largest technology companies to build and deploy social, collaboration, and supply chain solutions. Co-author ofMicrosoft SharePoint 2010: Creating and Implementing Real-World Projects (MSPress) and 3 books on software configuration management, Christian is president of IAMCP Seattle, is part of AIIM.org’s Executive Leadership Council, and can be found online at www.buckleyplanet.com and @buckleyplanet
Jeff Shuey, Director of Strategic Alliances, Gimmal
Jeff is an expert in the Enterprise Content Management industry. He is an international speaker and writer on the Intersection of People and Process in Social, Mobile and Cloud Computing. He is a contributing author to Elite Daily, Yahoo, US News and to the Personal Branding Blog. Over the past 20 years he has worked with customers and partners to design, develop and deploy solutions around the world. He has worked for Microsoft, FileNet (IBM), K2, Captaris, Open Text, Kofax, Kodak and Winshuttle. Currently he is the Director of Strategic Alliances and Gimmal.