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Narayan Mahon: Lands In Limbo
Madison Museum of Contemporary Art March 03, 2015 12:02 PM
227 State Street
Madison, WI 53703
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Eric and Heather Chanschatz: 22nd Century
Madison Museum of Contemporary Art March 03, 2015 12:02 PM
227 State Street
Madison, WI 53703
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Sharepoint 2013 Boot Camp In Madison
Hyatt Place Madison/DowntownMarch 03, 2015 8:30 AM
333 West Washington Avenue
Madison, WI 53703
Get a discount for 2 or more people registering at the same time! Contact us directly at sales@agileraven.com or call by calling (408) 792-7073. A true boot camp for SharePoint Power Users and SharePoint Site Owners get lab-driven skills for deploying and working with SharePoint 2013. Objectives Attendees of this course should already be familiar with basic SharePoint navigation and should have a good introduction to the basics of SharePoint as this class is a deep-dive into more advanced SharePoint topics and management methodology. The perfect pre-requisite for this class is the Introduction to SharePoint 2013 for End Users. Immediate Benefits of Attending this SharePoint 2013 Training CourseLearn What SharePoint is and how businesses are improving productivity and information management with SharePoint 2013Understand the basics of Planning, Governance, and AdoptionRealize the value of SharePoint to your business and how it is tied to Corporate VisionGet a comprehensive introduction to the SharePoint 2013 interface as well as its new featuresUnderstand the SharePoint architecture and hierarchy and how to use these to build powerful SharePoint Team SitesLearn how Lists and Libraries are used to track business process data and how to build these to support management of business processesFully understand Enterprise Content Management and how to use SharePoint to guarantee your corporate information is useable and findableUnderstand the social features for tracking data and making data more discoverable as well as how to drive team engagement with the new Communities featureLearn how to use the out-of-the-box (OOTB) Workflow system to automate business processes as well as how to use SharePoint Designer to start building custom workflowsDerive business Insights from using the Business Intelligence toolsThis 4-day SharePoint 2013 Boot Camp is the most comprehensive SharePoint User training course available. Users that have basic knowledge of navigating a SharePoint site will find this class the perfect class for learning and building on advanced SharePoint topics required by teams that want to get the full benefit of the powerful tools available in SharePoint 2013. Students also leave class as a certified SharePoint User. During this course students learn what SharePoint is, how companies are using SharePoint, the business value of SharePoint, and a full understanding of using a SharePoint Site to realize the full scope of SharePoint tools to improve how the business communicates. Students walk away knowing how to use the out-of-the-box (OOTB) Apps in SharePoint 2013, including Lists, Libraries and advanced features available for information classification and management. The detailed explanation and hands-on labs for Lists and Libraries teaches students how to build, navigate and work with data to store and collaborate on documents. The importance of the social features, such as Newsfeed, Communities, Surveys, Wikis, Blogs and Discussions, for making data more findable will be explored as well as how search is affected by user interaction via Tagging and Following. Students will learn how Search is used to find relevant, accurate information and be taught a great deal of What You Dont Know That You Dont Know. No comprehensive SharePoint class would be complete without a deep discussion about Planning, Governance, and Adoption. An introduction into the ever-elusive Governance model will be covered as the class delves into how to organize the Governance team by pulling together key players from within the organization. This section includes building the Governance checklist, asking the right questions to guarantee a successful SharePoint deployment and discussing Adoption best practices. SharePoint architecture and design as it relates to the common user role, not a Farm Admin or SQL DBA role, is covered as it is relates to building and managing sites. A full understanding how Access Control works in SharePoint, learning how to manage Groups, Users and Permission Levels and Inheritance is covered in detail with an emphasis on the new SharePoint 2013 Sharing tools. Covering the basics and moving on to advanced topics, students take a deep-dive to configure and build Lists and Libraries to find valuable information across the enterprise and fully realize complex information management available within SharePoint. The importance of inputting data into SharePoint in order for it to be findable through Search, Business Intelligence and Reporting is invaluable. The integration with the Office Suite of products deliver the most comprehensive and productive collaboration tool for the enterprise, giving insights needed to make critical business decisions. By the end of the course, students will have an advanced understanding of SharePoint 2013 features and will learn to build a SharePoint Site that delivers valuable and tailored content for their team, driving engagement. They will wrap up the course with an Insights introduction with Business Intelligence tools before they take the SharePoint User Assessment. This class is one-of-a-kind for the SharePoint User community which makes up about 95% of the SharePoint roles being played across corporations worldwide. The last part of the class is a review before the student will take a wrap-up assessment test to measure that the topics covered in class are cemented in knowledge and that the student is able to hit the ground running as soon as they return to work. The assessment is a 60 question true/false and multiple choice quiz. The students will walk away from class with an industry recognizable SharePoint User Certification for basic and advanced SharePoint 2013 knowledge. This Certificate not only proves that the student has the skills needed to be a SharePoint Power User, but also is a certification that will be sure to enhance the professional resume. Audience This course is for anyone who wants to plan, implement, customize and manage their own SharePoint 2013 implementation. SharePoint 2013 Boot-Camp covers the core concepts of SharePoint 2013 Governance, Administration, and Customization. Sharepoint 2013 Boot Camp will benefit:IT DirectorsIT ManagersProject ManagersSharePoint AdministratorsSharePoint Content ManagersSharePoint Power UsersSystems ManagersWeb DesignersWeb DevelopersWeb ProgrammersPrerequisites Attendees of this course should already be familiar with basic SharePoint navigation and should have a good introduction to the basics of SharePoint as this class is a deep-dive into more advanced SharePoint topics and management methodology. The perfect pre-requisite for this class is the Introduction to SharePoint 2013 for End Users. Outline NOTE: Each section of the class is followed up by practical and relevant hands-on exercises completed in a fully functional SharePoint 2013 Enterprise environment. I. Introduction to SharePoint 2013 What is SharePoint?What is this SharePoint everyone is talking about?Evolution of SharePoint Where did it come from?Business Case for SharePointSharePoint as a tool in support of your Enterprise VisionDriving SharePoint from the Top DownUsing SharePoint to enable Team Collaboration and Drive EngagementUnderstanding and Defining SharePoint RolesThe Five Pillars of SharePoint Breaking down what SharePoint can do for youShareOrganizeDiscoverBuildManageII. Introduction to SharePoint Governance What is Governance?Its not just a document you have on file!Considerations for building the Governance modelUnderstanding what needs to be on the ChecklistAssembling the Governance TeamAsking the right questionsKnowing what Principles and Policies need to be addressedComponents of the ChecklistMaintaining and supporting your SharePoint GovernanceIII. Deployment and Adoption SharePoint as an Organization-Wide CommitmentSharePoint RolesPeople dont like Change! Helping teams realize the value of SharePointStarting Small and GrowingBest practices for SharePoint Rollout to drive User AdoptionTools to help youIV. Whats New in SharePoint 2013 for End Users, Site Owners, Site Collection Administrators and Content Managers to drive Team Collaboration and facilitate information management User Interface (UI)Social FeaturesCommunitiesSharing info and offline availabilityInteracting with Lists and LibrariesV. SharePoint Versions and Hosting Options FoundationStandardEnterpriseOn Premise vs CloudOffered Feature Comparison ChartVI. SharePoint Architecture for the Users Web ApplicationSite CollectionSites with common tools and featuresTop Level SiteSiteSite ComponentsChild SitesListsLibrariesPagesLook and FeelNavigationVII. Navigating SharePoint Sites Tour of a Project SiteSite ComponentsSuite BarTop Link NavigationQuick LaunchTabs and RibbonsShare, Follow, Sync, Edit, Focus on ContentSettings (Site Actions)Site ContentsRecycle BinSite Content AreaUnderstanding URLs and how to use them to NavigateIE FavoritesNewsfeedList and Library ExamplesVIII. Working with Sites Definition of a Site Why do we create new Sites?Site Components revisitedSite Templates explainedSite Settings and FeaturesCreating SitesInitial Settings: Title, URL, Template and default Permissions and NavigationDefault layout based on template selectionEditing Navigation: Top Link bar and Quick LaunchSite SettingsTree ViewLAB 1: Creating a Site Structure - Training Center Example Create a Site Collection Top Level SiteDefault Groups and PermissionsSettings and FeaturesCreate a Child Site SharePoint TrainingSimple site branding: Title, Logo, Composed LooksNavigationIX. SharePoint Lists What are ListsUsing Lists to manage business processesList ArchitectureContent Types - ItemsMetadataImportance of Metadata Never too much!Columns/Fields TypesViewsAvailable List AppsCreating Apps using List templatesCreating common Lists from templatesBuilding a Custom ListImporting from ExcelExploring the List toolbarsWorking with List dataCreating, Modifying and Deleting ItemsUsing the different View Formats for working with itemsUsing basic reporting functions: sort and filterWorking with the Tasks List AppParent/Child TasksUsing the TimelineUsing the different ViewsAdvanced List TopicsValidating a List ColumnAdvanced SettingsDeleting ListsSaving as a TemplateEnterprise KeywordsUsing AlertsWorking with ViewsExploring existing ViewsCreating a new ViewClass Activity: Architecting a Class Roster"Explain Business RequirementsArchitect the ListMetadata requirementsView/Report requirementsBuild the ListStudents interact with ListCreate ViewTest ViewLAB 2: Working With and Creating Lists in the SharePoint Training Site Training" TasksTraining" CalendarInstructor Availability" CalendarCustom Classes" ListX. SharePoint Libraries What are Libraries?Using Libraries to manage document information lifecycle in the EnterpriseLibrary ArchitectureContent Types DocumentsMetadataImportance of MetadataFolders vs MetadataColumns/Fields TypesViewsAvailable Library AppsCreating Apps using Library templatesCreating a Document LibraryCreating a Picture LibraryExploring the Library toolbarsWorking with documentsAdding content to a document library with no required metadataNew DocumentSaving documents from OfficeUpload DocumentWindows ExplorerDrag-and-DropAdding content to a document library with required metadataNew DocumentSaving documents from OfficeUpload DocumentWindows ExplorerDrag-and-DropDocument control using Check In/Check OutUsing basic reporting functions: sort and filterUsing Version ControlMajor VersionsMajor and Minor VersionsContent ApprovalAdvanced Library TopicsValidating a List ColumnAdvanced SettingsDeleting a LibrarySaving as a Template (with content)Working with ViewsExploring existing ViewsCreating a new ViewClass Activity: Architecting a Client Records" LibraryExplain Business RequirementsArchitect the LibraryMetadata requirementsView/Report requirementsBuild the LibraryUpload documents to the LibraryCreate ViewTest ViewLAB 3: Working with and Create Libraries in the SharePoint Training Site Create a Document LibraryUpload documents and create new documentsEnable Version ControlWork with documents with Version ControlCreate a Picture LibraryUpload pictures and work with formatsXI. Access Control Permissions Management Overview of Permissions and SecurityGroupsDefault GroupsCreating Groups and managing group membershipUsersActive Directory IntegrationUsing Security Groups for SharePoint access controlPermission LevelsRoles-based ManagementGroups represent RolesGroups are assigned Permission LevelsWhere Permissions are setSite, Lists and Items, Libraries and DocumentsInheritanceUsing Sharing" to share informationAccess RequestsBest PracticesLAB 4: Working with permissions and Sharing information Creating a GroupAdding Users to a GroupAssigning Permission LevelsSharing a Site and a LibraryWorking with Permission LevelsXII. Enterprise Content Management Importance of ECMContent TypesSite ColumnsContent TypesManaged MetadataDocument SetsLAB 5: Working with Content Types Creating Site ColumnsCreating Content TypesUsing Managed MetadataCreating Document SetsXIII. SharePoint 2013 and Office Integration Connecting and Syncing Lists and Libraries to OutlookProject Pro IntegrationExporting data to ExcelSite MailboxesLAB 6: Connecting Lists and Libraries to Outlook Syncing the Task ListConnecting a CalendarConnecting ContactsExporting a List to ExcelCreating a Site MailboxXIV. Business Process Automation using Workflow OOTB WorkflowWorkflow SettingsWorkflow administrationCustom using SharePoint DesignerLAB 7: Using WorkflowLAB 7: Using Workflow Creating an Approval WorkflowCreating a Three-State WorkflowCreating a Custom Workflow to manage documentsXV. Focus on Collaboration Tools to drive engagement SurveysWikiBlogNewsfeedAbout MeCommunitiesLAB 8: Using the Collaboration Tools Creating a SurveyCreating a Wiki for Procedures ManualCreating a BlogCreating your Profile" / About MeUsing the NewsfeedFollowing Colleagues, documents and sitesCreating a SharePoint User Group CommunityXVI. Designing a SharePoint site to drive collaboration PagesPage TypesChoosing the right page typeCreating PagesWeb partsWhat are web partsUsing the common web partsWeb part propertiesPage DesignCreating pagesPage layoutPlacing components on your pageLAB 9: Designing your Team Site Planning your pageCreating a new pagePlace components and web parts on the pageMoving items around on a pageBest PracticesXVII. Introduction to Business Intelligence What is Business Intelligence?Excel ServicesVisio ServicesXVIII. Practical Exercise Designing a Site and its artifacts from business requirements detailing a real-world problemXIX. Classroom Q&A Prep for the Assessment   XX. Assessment,Survey and Certificate
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High Noon SaloonMarch 03, 2015 6:00 PM
701 East Washington Avenue
Madison, WI 53703
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High Noon SaloonMarch 03, 2015 9:00 PM
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Madison, WI 53703
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Liquid March 04, 2015 10:00 PM
624 1/2 University Avenue
Madison, WI 53715
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