This is a repeat of the over-subscribed tutorial held on 23 June in conjunction with the Making metadata work event.
The tutorial is aimed at individuals new or fairly new to SharePoint, wanting to find out more about its metadata capabilities. The session will provide an unbiased overview, highlighting the potential pitfalls and detail of implementing a SharePoint information architecture. Real-world experiences and practical techniques will be used to illustrate key points. The session will be based on SharePoint 2013, but differences with SharePoint 2010 will be mentioned throughout the tutorial.
The tutorial will be presented using PowerPoint slides which will be available in electronic format after the session. Live SharePoint 2013 demonstrations will be used to illustrate specific functionality. Questions will be welcome throughout the session and attendees will be given the opportunity to ask organization-specific questions at the end of the session if needed.
As a Director of Metataxis, Marc Stephenson has over 10 years’ experience in consultancy on, and in the implementation of, SharePoint solutions using SharePoint 2003, 2007, 2010 and 2013 versions. His approach emphasizes the crucial importance of an effective information architecture in SharePoint – this includes metadata and taxonomy structures especially. Marc’s SharePoint experience covers working with over 30 organizations in the private, public and not-for-profit sectors. Marc regularly runs training course on using SharePoint for effective information management. Metataxis is independent of all technology solution providers.