We meet on the third Wednesday of each month, at the
Microsoft Houston offices, to network, collaborate, and socialize. After our meeting, we continue our social activities to further collaborate and have some fun! Our monthly meetings generally consist of two sessions: (1) General, and (2) Technical.
|6:00 - 6:30 p.m.||Sign-In, Socialize, and Eat|
|6:15 - 6:30 p.m.||Chalk Talk, Introductions, and Announcements|
|6:30 - 7:30 p.m.||Presentation Sessions|
7:30 - 7:40 p.m.||Surveys and Room Consolidation|
7:40 - 8:00 p.m.||Prizes, Drawings, Announcements, and Wrap-Up|
750 Town and Country Blvd., Suite 1000 (top floor)
Houston, TX 77042
Visitor Parking: There is free parking across the street from Microsoft's building at 12711 Queensberry; it is next to Brio. Also, visitors are able to park in the adjoining Garage Parking on the first floor. Visitors will take a ticket and use the machine to pay for parking; there may be a discounted rate after 5:00 p.m.
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H-SPUG May 2017 Meeting - Wednesday, May 17th
So, You Want a SharePoint 2016 Hybrid Deployment?!?
Presenter: Micguel Wood
With SharePoint 2016 and the maturity of the Office365 platform, the hybrid (On-premises and Cloud) architectural deployment provides the best of both worlds for your users, your SharePoint team, and your IT team.
In this session, we’ll examine the prerequisites, installation, configuration, and caveats of SharePoint 2016 hybrid deployments. We will show a real development environment configured for hybrid functionality of available SharePoint 2016 features, as well as discuss planning for future scalability and growth.
Agile Apps for O365 and Engineering
Presenter: Edwin Elmendorp
For over a decade, Cadac has delivered mission critical SharePoint applications for engineering companies and operators across the globe. Some of the largest running engineering projects are managed by our solution with hundreds of users and hundreds of thousands of documents for a single project. From complex review cycles, intgrated with CAD files, document numbering, integration to SAP or transmittals, vendor portals, customized search, complex reporting and much more.
Moving ahead, with O365 our world has changed considerably. We are very excited to bring our expertise to the O365 platform and release our first APP dedicated to engineering and document collaboration. Join us during this session were we provide some background in what goes into developing a real world commercial app for a demanding engineering audience:
• Considerations when "migrating" from a large complex on-premise application to O365
• Challenges and options when developing for O365
• Development timeframe and scheduling, keeping it under control
• How to keep the integration "lightweight"
• Launching customers
• App-Store Requirements