What is cloud and its impact on the future of SharePoint?

Rackspace Technical Product Manager and SharePoint MVP John Ross recently interviewed with TechnologyAdvice with a pretty clear prediction about cloud-based services in 2015. John and five of his Rackspace coworkers will be presenting classes at this year’s SPTechCon in Austin, TX, from February 8-11. As SharePoint specialists, they will offer practical information on how businesses can make the best use of the cloud-based service, SharePoint. Listen to the interview here.

Interested in hearing more about what’s going on with SharePoint?

Rackspace and AvePoint will co-host a free webinar on Tuesday, February 3rd at 11:30am ET to discuss “What is cloud and its impact on the future of SharePoint?” Panelists Dux Raymond Sy, Chief Technology Officer for AvePoint Public Sector, Jeff DeVerter, General Manager of SharePoint and Exchange Services for Rackspace, John Peluso, Vice President of Product Management for AvePoint, and Todd Klindt, SharePoint Consultant for Rackspace, will address issues that businesses of all sizes face when implementing a cloud strategy.

The panelists will discuss some of the most common questions like “What is cloud?” but also will be digging into discussions on planning your cloud migration. They’ll also be discussing some of the top concerns for moving to the cloud and how to be sure if putting SharePoint in the cloud is a good fit. Whether you’re an IT manager, developer, administrator, or someone that just wants to learn more about the cloud, there’s going to be something for everyone. Please join us for what promises to be a lively and informative discussion!

Register now for the free SharePoint webinar >>

Caroline Lim is a Marketing Manager for Cloud Office, focused on the Rackspace Email and SharePoint products. Her experience stemmed from Marketing Communications and has grown into specializing in Demand Generation through digital strategies and Inbound Marketing best practices. She gets a thrill out of challenging new opportunities and believes in learning through hands-on experience, growing from failures and receiving guidance from peers.

3 COMMENTS

  1. Hello Caroline,

    First of all I want to thank you for sharing the amazing post on the future of the cloud. It is a truth that cloud will be the future for the next coming years as it is not possible to keep all the data safe at PC’s or any other sources.

    Thanks
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