Special Round Table Event: What the SharePoint 2016 Release Means to IT Pros

Webinar recorded on: Thursday, March 24, 2016

Check out Adam Levithan, Product Manager and SharePoint professional, as he moderates a panel of industry experts including MVP Dan Usher, MVP David Petree and Scott Hoag to get their insights on what the March 14 release of SharePoint 2016 Release To Market (RTM) means to IT Managers and SharePoint Administrators.

For IT professionals seeking insights and best practices for their upcoming migration to SharePoint 2016, this event is an informative first-step in that migration journey.

In addition to the latest insights, the panel will also:

  • Review the basic hardware/software requirements for SharePoint Server 2016
  • Divulge what the true on-premises benefits with 2016 are
  • Inform attendees on what they need to consider when setting up a hybrid deployment with Office 365
Dan Usher, MVP
Dan Usher is a lead SharePoint Solutions Manager and Architect at Booz Allen Hamilton. Over the past 10 years he has been implementing, customizing, architecting and deploying Enterprise collaboration solutions utilizing the Microsoft SharePoint Products and Technologies, Office 365 and Azure.
David Petree, MVP
David has been the Sr. SharePoint Escalation Lead for AppRiver since 2007, the #1 Syndicated Partner in North America for Office 365. SharePoint is where David's passion is. The reason he loves SharePoint so much is because its a challenge
Scott Hoag, Expert
Scott is the O365 Solutions and End User Experience Architect for Crowley Maritime. He is a frequent speaker at SharePoint and Azure focused user groups and comes with a deep background in helping organizations deploy content management and collaboration systems.


About our Moderator, Adam Levithan

Adam is a Product Manager at Metalogix and is an advocate for supporting collaboration through technology by connecting the business needs with the right technology. Prior to Metalogix, Adam was a Practice Lead for Office 365 in a cutting edge Microsoft Consulting firm where he was responsible for moving customers to the cloud, designing and implementing information architecture (SharePoint Farm and content) and increasing user adoption. Adam is an ongoing member of the SharePoint Saturday DC coordinating committee and active speaker at various events.

Meet the MVP & Expert Panel