Our week of webinars in November was so popular, that the Rackspace SharePoint team is at it again this month with a new set of webinars designed to arm you with everything you need to know about SharePoint 2013.
The parties are over, the exhibit hall is empty, and the #SPC12 tweets have all but silenced. Whether you experienced the conference in person or participated by proxy thanks to social media; you’re likely overloaded with all the SharePoint goodness that has bombarded you over the last week.
We know you’ve been waiting for the latest release of SharePoint, and now that SharePoint 2013 is available, we want to offer you a choice in how the use it. To do that, we’ve expanded our SharePoint portfolio to make SharePoint 2013 available to our dedicated and cloud customers.
This is a huge, exciting week for the SharePoint community. We have all joined together and gathered as one group in the heart of Sin City — Las Vegas — for the 2012 SharePoint Conference. Imagine 10,000 SharePoint enthusiasts all together in one place. The excitement has been high and the social media has been buzzing, especially as we started to trend in the No. 1 position during the keynote presentation. During the presentation, where Microsoft executives discussed a host of new features in SharePoint 2013, there were two key components that really jumped out to me:
At this year’s SharePoint Conference, which runs from November 12 through November 15 in Las Vegas, the Rackspace team plans to hit the ground running to help you get the most out of the experience. There will be 20 of us onsite at the conference to make sure we are your source for all things SharePoint! Even if you aren’t able to make it to Vegas this year, you can still count on us to bring you information from the front lines through various posts, tweets and webcasts. Here’s where you can find us this week. Be sure to take note and add the times to your calendars now!
It’s been a BIG summer here at Rackspace for all of our SharePoint-focused people. In July, Microsoft announced and demoed a whole fleet of new and improved products. For us, the biggest were the preview release of Office 2013 and the SharePoint Server 2013 Preview. Take a look at the official announcement from Microsoft about the Office 2013 Preview. There is a lot of cool stuff to see, so buckle in and get ready to hear more about SharePoint 2013!