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Going Meta in SharePoint – Tricks of the Trade

Date: Wednesday, February 14, 2018
Time:  11:30am-12:15pm EST

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Metadata used to be an afterthought. Now, metadata is a pre-requisite and the optimal mechanism and to drive business processes like security and records and, of course, to manage content.

Join Robert Piddocke, our Vice President of Channel and Business Development, and author of SharePoint Search books, to learn how going meta helps transcend typical metadata use, and how to realize the potential of intelligent content in context.

Robert discusses SharePoint functionality and what needs to be put in place to deploy a metadata-driven enterprise and build a framework for the future, and how metadata can be used to automate and drive business processes, and proactively manage content.

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