Seeking the Best of the Best in SharePoint, Office 365 and Cloud

Seeking the Best of the Best in SharePoint, Office 365 and Cloud

Seeking the Best of the Best in SharePoint, Office 365 and Cloud

By Micheal Mullen | April 10, 2015

Best of Breed isn't a popularity contest; it’s a recognition contest. It is about recognizing excellence and celebrating not only technology professionals who find new ways to use best practices but those who create new best practices for others to follow. They are the best of breed, those who make the right choices that not only move their businesses forward; they do so smarter and faster than the rest.

On Tuesday, May 5,2015, our second annual Best of Breed Awards and Celebration will bring together the best and brightest stars in the SharePoint and Office 365 community to highlight their successes at the House of Blues in Chicago. Like last year's event in Las Vegas, Metalogix and its event sponsors will create a true celebration that attendees and award winners won’t easily forget.

But we need your help. We need to know who you think deserves recognition. It could be a stellar SharePoint admin at your company, a quick-thinking Office 365 admin creating new ways to encourage collaboration, an admin who’s reducing the risk of data leaks, or it could be you. The questions we ask via our awards are:

  • What are the smart and innovative choices that the administrators and managers of your Office 365 and SharePoint teams are making?
  • What company- or industry-wide best practice simply works time and time again?
  • What or who is the technology disruptor that takes your organization to its highest height?

Do you know someone that you consider Best of Breed? Our Best of Breed Awards page to nominate worthy technology professionals who might leave the windy city as a Best of Breed winner.

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Micheal Mullen

currently serves as Senior Content Manager at Metalogix. Previously, he's authored or edited content on sites including ZD Net, Deltek, The Washington Post and L-3 Communications. Hunt him down @metalogix and on Facebook.

Written By: Micheal Mullen