Guest Presenter with Metalogix for SharePoint 2010 Migration Webinar on PowerShell

    On Thursday Dec 9th, 2010 at 11:30am EDT I will be a guest presenter with Stephen Cawood (@cawood) from Metalogix as part of an ongoing webinar series titled Migrating to SharePoint 2010.  This specific webinar will be focused on Master your SharePoint 2010 Migration with PowerShell.  During the webinar I’ll be presenting a brief overview of how and why to use PowerShell to administrate your SharePoint 2010 farm.  I’ve known Stephen through various interactions at conferences, events, and Twitter so I’m very excited to be working with him on this.  Registration is going strong so be sure to sign up today (register here).  Look forward to you joining us.


Event title:
Master your SharePoint 2010 Migration with PowerShell
(click here for registration)

Date and time:
Thursday, December 9, 2010 11:30 am
Eastern Standard Time (New York, GMT-05:00)
1 hour


The addition of PowerShell support, Microsoft’s highly customizable scripting language, for SharePoint 2010 was widely applauded by the global SharePoint community as it would provide administrators and system integrators with a valuable tool to enhance their ability to manage and deploy SharePoint environments . With SSMM PowerShell can be used to auto-generates scripts that can be easily customized to accommodate complex migration tasks and provide more fine grained control over all aspects of a SharePoint project. During this webinar Brian Jackett from Sogeti and Steve Cawood, SharePoint MVP and Metalogix Director of Support and Community will discuss and demonstrate how PowerShell combined with Metalogix Migration Manager products can be used to scale and customize various tasks in order to easily address complex migration scenarios.


      -Frog Out

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