Sign up for free SharePoint training Saturday, Oct. 29
Attend SharePoint Saturday Twin Cities for a free, local opportunity to learn about SharePoint and network with other SharePoint users. You’ll hear how top professionals in the public and private sectors use SharePoint to solve business problems and streamline processes. Training sessions are available for beginners and experienced SharePoint users.
SharePoint Saturday Twin Cities
9 a.m.-4:30 p.m., Saturday, Oct. 29
Normandale Community College
9700 France Ave. S., Bloomington
8:15 a.m. – Doors open
9 a.m. – Event begins
9:15 a.m. – First session begins
4:30 p.m. – Event closes
This is not a City event, and it is not required training. Employees will not be paid for attending the training.
Five reasons you should attend SharePoint training
- Some City departments, projects and initiatives already use SharePoint solutions to make work easier:
* Joy Marsh Stephens in the City Coordinator’s Office of Equity and Inclusion created the Enterprise Equity and Inclusion site.
* Property Services uses SharePoint to share project information and documents with project vendors instead of emailing everything back and forth.
* The STAR Awards program uses SharePoint for its nomination form.
- You’ll learn how SharePoint can help you, your team and your partners collaborate.
- You’ll learn how to build your own SharePoint solutions as needs arise.
- You’ll find out how other government agencies, including the State of Minnesota and Hennepin County, use SharePoint.
- Free breakfast, lunch, a snack and coffee will be served.
The City and SharePoint
The City has Microsoft SharePoint Online, which provides business users with the tools to manage business processes, share files and collaborate with employees and outside partners. The IT Collaboration Services Team guides City employees through planning, building and rolling out SharePoint sites. Due to demand, the wait can be long. Knowing how to use SharePoint can speed up your actual build.
If you have a need for a business solution that could include SharePoint, submit your idea through the IT Service Desk by clicking on “Products & Services” and filling out a “Get Something Else Request” or give the Service Desk a call at 612-673-2525.
Published Oct 19, 2016