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5 Steps you should take to plan for SharePoint 2013 Disaster Recovery – This week On ShopTalk

11/20/2013

Jeff Gellman, Director of Portals and Collaboration at Turnberry Solutions, presents “5 Steps you should take to plan for SharePoint 2013 Disaster Recovery”

All too often the first time an organization thinks about Disaster Recover for their SharePoint environment is when they are in the midst of a disaster.

In this session we will talk about what you need to do in order to move forward with creating, testing and maintaining a reliable disaster recovery plan for your SharePoint 2013 environment BEFORE a disaster happens.

About our Panelist –
Jeff is the Director of Portals and Collaboration at Turnberry Solutions, Inc., a Microsoft award winning Gold Managed Partner located in Blue Bell, PA. He is a Microsoft Certified IT Professional (MCITP) in Microsoft SharePoint and has over 12 years of experience with the platform, going back to the very early days of Tahoe.

With over 25 years of IT consulting career experience, Jeff has been involved in many projects for companies of all sizes, with roles that have spanned developer to project manager. He has worked in all aspects of SharePoint including architecture, development, branding, migration and upgrade, infrastructure, disaster recovery, and governance.

Jeff’s expertise has been recognized by Microsoft through his membership in the Microsoft Virtual Technical Specialist (VTS) program. Jeff is also a SharePoint author and frequent speaker, and can be seen at events such as SharePoint Saturday.

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