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Thank you so much to @DFWSharePoint for putting on SharePoint Saturday Dallas.
SPSDFW was held November 2, 2013 at Microsoft’s Las Colinas Campus, not too far from Fairlight Consulting.
I enjoyed the opportunity to speak. My presentation discussed Making a Business Case for SharePoint, from the perspective of Tait Environmental Services (TAIT). We use SharePoint for our Environmental Compliance System, TECS Online.Continue Reading →
As a way to track the times I’ve presented, I’m starting this list. Hopefully I’ll have time to blog about all of them, but time is limited as we all know, and at least this way there will be a list 🙂
Tulsa TechFest is ...Continue Reading →
My notes from
Whether on PC, tablet, browser, phone –
“Bringing the conversation back to Revolutionizing IT – imagination, what CAN we do? Everyone’s talking about the cloud” Christine Chen #MSCIO
Seamless between work life and home life, and not switching devices – the answer is the cloud.
Using cloud resources – can turn up a new product and have Enterprise Level things created in a day, and have them on your phone – with the Cloud.
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Here is a speaker bio that I recently submitted. I was accepted, and am thinking if I am going to keep speaking at events, then I should have a more formal bio. I’m open to suggestions 🙂
Melanie Nelson is from Dallas, Texas, a graduate of the esteemed SMU COX School of Business. Her background in banking, investment-banking, filmmaking, retail banking and mortgage banking led her to business and IT consulting. A long-term consulting role ...Continue Reading →
If you’d like a quick high level overview of IA to share, I recommend the presentation embedded below.
I enjoy reading the emails that come from the LinkedIn group for the SharePoint Users Group. Today there was a request posted asking for a copy of people’s Information Architecture, to use as an example for someone that was getting started. David Crighton responded with the link to view Peter Morville’s presentation Understanding IA.