Event: Taking Microsoft SharePoint and Microsoft Project Server to the next level

Microsoft SharePoint can play a vital role in many areas of a business. Whether your organisation needs to improve business intelligence, business automation, project management or maintaining websites or intranet portals, SharePoint can make it easier to manage and share information. But how can you be sure your team is getting the most out of the software?

Whether brand new to using Microsoft Sharepoint, a seasoned user looking to get more out of the program – or simply curious about how SharePoint can help your organisation run smoother, this upcoming event at The Cumberland Hotel in London on Nov. 14 has the answers. Your staff will gain a deep understanding of what SharePoint can do, under the guidance of qualified consultants who can answer their questions and share valuable advice.

Can’t make the London Event? No problem! There will be a free webinar on 4 Dec. at 12:30, explaining the latest features of Microsoft SharePoint 2013, which will bring them up to speed.

Project management is one of the trickiest tasks in any organisation, but Microsoft Project Server makes it easier to track resources, finances, portfolios and workflows. At a half-day session at The Cumberland Hotel in London on Thursday 14 November from 09:00 until 12:00 attendees can learn more about the software’s features and uses, as well as ask questions and get assistance from consultants and technical experts. And if your team can’t attend the event in person, this free 30-minute webcast on 12 Nov. at 12:30 can still get them up to date on all the latest tips and tricks for Microsoft Project Server.

And if you want to understand how Project Server and SharePoint can work together, this online demo on 6 Nov. at 12:30 will show how the two programs sync to take an organisation’s project management to the next level. This out-of-the-box feature helps make sure the most recent version of any project plan is always accessible by everyone, while allowing project managers to maintain control of the project.

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