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Friday, March 5, 2021 — 9:00 AM to 9:45 AM EST

Currently, many departments and groups use SharePoint 2016 on premise to store documentation, collaborate on documents, keep important data about documents, and use other SharePoint features. Going forward, we will be using SharePoint Online (in the cloud). In this presentation, we will discuss the benefits and features of SharePoint Online, where it fits in the O365 ecosystem, the migration paths and process for on premise SharePoint sites, things to keep in mind for sites, and where we are at with the project. There will also be a demonstration.

Speaker Bios

Tim Farrell

Tim has worked in IT at UW for the past 41 years with the Department of Computing Services, Arts Computing Office, and IST. He currently works in IST’s Technology Integrated Services group and supports server-side applications: Active Directory, SharePoint, Office Online Server, Exchange, and the campus fax service. In his spare time Tim enjoys keeping active in all seasons, kayaking, biking, hiking, hockey, alpine and x-country skiing.

Stephan Markan

Stephen has been an employee at the University of Waterloo for over 30 years. He is currently part of IST and the Client Services liaison to the Faculty of Science. He also knows a thing or two about SharePoint (hint: OneDrive is really SharePoint in disguise). When not puttering with computers, Stephen putters in the garden; and organizes tabletop gaming events throughout Waterloo region via KW Gamers.

Connie van Oostveen

Connie has worked in various roles in IST at UW for the past 26 years, and is currently a Senior Project Manager in the Project Management Office. Connie is the project manager for the Move to SharePoint Online project, along with two other projects. In her spare time, Connie enjoys going to the gym (virtually too!), walking/hiking, gardening and spending time with her family.

This session will be recorded and a link added to the seminar page.

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