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Microsoft continues to push enterprise content management (ECM) forward into the modern world. On October 25, join Microsoft Senior Product Manager Chris McNulty as he gives a tour of all recent ECM investments in SharePoint 2016 and Office 365. Chris will showcase key capabilities to make content management easier and more manageable across your enterprise. Find out how to create intelligent and relevant experiences for information workers.
Chris will be joined by Microsoft Gold Partner and Colligo CEO Barry Jinks, who will share strategies to balance mobile usability with information governance. Discover how document distribution and mobile metadata can empower a hyper productive workforce, while the new Microsoft Azure-based Colligo Console gives IT leaders control to govern data, ensure policy-based compliance, and achieve unparalleled visibility into mobile content activity.
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Chris McNulty is a Sr. Product Manager for SharePoint and Office 365 at Microsoft. Chris’s experience as CTO includes companies as diverse as Dell Software, Quest, and Cryptzone. He was first recognized as a SharePoint MVP in 2013, and led the SharePoint consulting practice at KMA, a Boston based Microsoft Gold Partner. A frequent speaker at events around the globe, Chris is the author of the “SharePoint 2013 Consultant’s Handbook” among other works. He also blogs at http://www.chrismcnulty.net/blog. Chris holds an MBA from Boston College in Investment Management and has over twenty years’ experience in financial services technology with John Hancock, State Street, GMO and Santander.
Barry Jinks is the founder and CEO of Colligo, and has been a technology innovator and entrepreneur for over 25 years. Since the company’s inception, Barry has built a solid partnership with Microsoft’s SharePoint team and has led his company to develop the most tightly integrated SharePoint data sync solutions available on the market. Barry is a recognized expert on SharePoint client technology and a frequent speaker at SharePoint and Enterprise Content Management (ECM) conferences worldwide. He holds degrees in Science and Electrical Engineering. You can follow Barry on Twitter at @bjinks.