SharePoint Server MVP Jeong Woo Choi
Time as an MVP: 2 years
Which technical communities are you most active in?
How did you first start in community?
I wanted to share my knowledge about the SharePoint Server Product including SharePoint Online.
What’s the best technical tip you have for implementing Cloud deployment?
Managing the development related to SharePoint Online, it wasn’t easy to port what was embodied in the on-premise environment.
I recommend the hybrid development method using both the server programming and the client programming appropriately rather than giving up on the whole process due to the given environment that’s often burdened with limitations.
What do you tell people who are considering using the Cloud, but aren’t sure about making the move?
We need to consider the strategies to maximize the strengths of the Cloud. It could be possible by turning the focus onto the effectiveness of Cloud implementation on evolutionary improvement in the workplace and the performance enhancement in information infrastructure rather than focusing on the cost saving.
Moreover, the Office 365 is foremost the best Cloud service for IT employees. Not only does it offer the Office Client environment which is already familiar for most corporate users, but it also allows the easy expansion into the Cloud through Hybrid system, even if you are already using Microsoft infrastructure on premise.
Do you have a blog/website link to Cloud related Tips or deployment stories you would like to share?
What words of advice do you have for new MVPs?
Being an MVP is an excellent privilege which recognizes your professionalism in your chosen sector. I believe that if you want to be a professional at a certain thing, you need to fall in love with it first.
For those who love what they’re best at, I strongly recommend to try out for an MVP Award!