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Speaking at SharePoint Saturday Madrid 2016 #SPSMadrid

I am excited to have been selected by the organisers of SharePoint Saturday Madrid (Juan Carlos González Martín, Edin Kapić, Miguel Tabera Pacheco) to present a conference session covering SharePoint topic. This is an inaugural event which adds to a huge list of worldwide SharePoint Saturday events and want to thank the organisers for making it happen – so well done!

For those of you not aware of the event series, according to the SPSEvents site SharePoint Saturday Events (SPS Events) is a FREE one-day event held in different cities around the world, featuring sessions from influential and respected SharePoint professionals.


My session details are as follows:

Session: SharePoint Upgrade or Migration, or is it both?

Session Abstract: Most organisations use the terms SharePoint upgrade and migration interchangeably, but there are major differences that can have impact on project cost, effort required and skills on the desired outcome. This session aims to solve those hidden costs and differences by discussing the benefits and drawbacks for both upgrade and migration approaches.

Session Date: 07 May 2016

Location: Microsoft Ibérica, Paseo del Club Deportivo 1, Pozuelo de Alarcón, Madrid, Spain

I will be joined by international SharePoint experts consisting of MVPs, MCSMs & MCTs and looking forward to meet & share experiences with all the attendees and of course the sponsors, in which the event would not happen without their support – thanks!

You can keep up to date with SharePoint Saturday Madrid 2016 website and the sessions.

You can follow through social media at @SPS_Madrid and #spsmadrid

See you there and get registered!

Chirag Patel @techChirag

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