This webinar will take you through a six-step process for enabling you to proactively monitor SharePoint health, capacity and to help troubleshoot the root cause of problems.
SharePoint is a platform of services and functionality that enables organizations to create valuable solutions but with that value comes technical complexity and risk. Common problems that companies face are not meeting SLAs, lack of visibility into performance and health, not able to proactively manage technical risks and troubleshooting.
This webinar will provide a solution-oriented view that focuses on how to achieve the desired outcomes when investing in toolsets for SharePoint. We’ll cover the following:
- Common issues/risks with SharePoint environments today
- How the issues/risks impact the business and technical teams and what to do about it
- How monitoring tools can help you meet business objectives
- Six steps that outline a solution-oriented approach
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Ron Charity is a consultant that has worked with SharePoint since 2000. He has international experience working in Canada, the US, Europe, and Australia. He is focused on designing sustainable environments, applying best practice architecture, and operational disciplines. Currently, he works for a large US bank and is focused on SharePoint 2013 and business intelligence. In his spare time, he plays guitar and sings in a top 40 rock band and enjoys riding his Harley.
Larry Wolter is the Director of Product Marketing for Diagnostic Manager and Replicator at Metalogix. Larry focuses on delivering go-to-market plans, sales enablement programs, and revenue in diverse industries, with deep experience in solutions marketing, demand generation, and channel partner development. He specializes in strategic marketing planning and sales enablement for business intelligence, cyber security, performance management, and telecommunication platform solutions. Larry’s most recent experience includes senior marketing roles at Riverbed Technology and Motorola Solutions.