Building Business Applications in SharePoint 2013 with K2
Level: 100
Track: IT Pro, Developer, End-User, Business
Build and run business applications within SharePoint - using forms, workflow, data and reports.

K2 has a heritage with SharePoint going all the way back to SharePoint 2001. With the release of K2 for SharePoint 2013 there has never been a point in the past 13 years that our capabilities around SharePoint are more closely aligned, relevant and exciting.

In this session we will explore three different ways to use K2 for SharePoint 2013:

Workflow in SharePoint
Forms, Workflow and Data in SharePoint; and
Business Apps that use SharePoint data

Whether your application needs are simple or complex, or if they will evolve over time, join this session where we will show you how K2 for SharePoint 2013 can automate your organisation's processes, and assist with better decision-making.
Deploying SharePoint into geo-graphically distributed environments
Level: 100
Track: End-User, Business
Sharing information across any geo-graphically disbursed environment with intermittent network connectivity and security classifications presents a number of challenges. As SharePoint has become embedded in many organisations, to enable collaboration and provide an information sharing platform, the need to solve these challenges has become critical.

Myriad Technologies has developed a number solutions for deploying SharePoint into environments with limited or no network connectivity. Information can be collected and classified in one location and then shared out to head office or other parts of the organisation. This facilitates decision making and ensures the right people can access critical, up-to-date information at the right time. This same information can also be integrated into your organisational records management system to ensure records are classified, searchable and managed appropriately, providing a record of business activities and outcomes.

During this session we will explore the various options available to enable collaboration, information sharing and records management across your organisation, regardless of the location.
Document and Records Management
Level: 100
Track: IT Pro, End-User, Business
This session is an introduction into Document and Records management and how it can be achieved using SharePoint. The session will cover the basics of Document and Records management and explore the tools available in SharePoint. It will also look at ways to increase collaboration on documents and look different implementation methods including in place records management versus using a record centre. Finally, we’ll look at using eDiscovery to execute queries and export required documents.


Haylee Fox
Senior SharePoint Consultant
Making the Most of Managed Metadata
Level: 100
Track: End-User, Business
Discover how Managed Metadata can help you and your users categorise - and therefore more easily find - documents and other information stored within your SharePoint sites, whether you're using SharePoint (online or on premise) 2010 or 2013.

This session will cover the following topics:
• Overview of Managed Metadata
• The common problem which Managed Metadata solves
• Taxonomies vs. Folksonomies
• Methods of tagging in SharePoint 2010 and 2013
• Creating and using a Managed Metadata term set
• Content Type publishing via the Content Type Hub
Microsoft’s TypeScript: JavaScript for the SharePoint Dev Guy
Level: 200
Track: Developer
TypeScript was released in 2012 by Microsoft and designed by the father of C# Anders Hejlsberg.

You are a .NET SharePoint developer. JavaScript scares you. There’s no way you can be productive. Everything that is done, is done with hacks, no one understands the script that someone else had wrote. Honestly, even you don’t understand the script that you wrote a month ago. Asking your team to write JavaScript and you worry it will be you fixing the bugs next month.

TypeScript will try to fix all these problems, and bring full productivity to JavaScript development.

Join John for the geek out session on TypeScript - JavaScript for the Dev Guy.


MVC 101 - The SharePoint developers guide to modern web development
Level: 100
Track: Developer
The SharePoint app model opens up the ability to work with any web technology you want to use - so now is the perfect time to take advantage of frameworks like ASP.NET MVC to build your SharePoint apps. But if you have just been developing for SharePoint server side solutions previously then you might not have had a lot of experience in MVC - if this sounds like you, then this session is for you! We'll be covering off the basics of what MVC is, why it makes for a great platform and how it integrates with SharePoint. Even if you know MVC and want a refresher, this will be a great session for developers!
Portable single page applications with AngularJS in SharePoint
Level: 200
This session aims to introduce the basic concepts of AngularJS a client side MV* framework, and how it can be used to create decoupled portable applications within SharePoint.
Based on a real-world example, Roger will demonstrate how to create an application hosted in SharePoint that can communicate with other LOB systems. Other featured technologies include Bootstrap, Google fonts and Font Awesome to allow developers to quickly create stunning, user friendly, single page applications.
Remote App Authentication for SharePoint 2013
Level: 100
Track: Developer
How to connect remote applications to SharePoint 2013 using the App Model.


Social Options for SharePoint
Level: 200
Track: IT Pro, Developer, Business
This session is focused on the pro's and con's of the native social features of SharePoint 2013 , office 365 and yammer. It will also cover the high level requirements and considerations for configuring each option as well as a brief discussion on some of the newly announced social capabilities that will soon be available.


Elaine van Bergen
Lead Solution Specialist
Something old, something new, something borrowed, something blue
Level: 200
Track: IT Pro, Business
This session provides a guided tour demonstrating some of the product and feature extensions which have been developed for SharePoint 2010, 2013 and SharePoint Online for commercial sale, free download as well as showcasing some of the innovative work has been done for local customers. This is not a sales pitch but rather an opportunity to see what can be done with a SharePoint and a little bit of creative thinking, provide feedback and stimulate discussion.


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