This Week: Microsoft SharePoint

This week was dedicated to Microsoft SharePoint. We provided tips and counterpoint arguments for why you shouldn’t, as well as some strategies for building your career around this popular product. We discussed certification paths, how to move from administering SharePoint to becoming a SharePoint Developer, and even took a humorous look at the marriage between Microsoft Office 365 & SharePoint.
Five Tips to Help You Build Your Career around Microsoft SharePoint
Smart IT professionals are learning SharePoint to help them succeed. Five tips to help you build your career around this amazing tool that is changing the way business is done.
Roadmap to Success: MCSE Productivity
SPOTO provides guidance for learners who are pursuing Microsoft’s new certification MCSE: Productivity, including the next steps, career considerations, as well as other information.
5 Reasons to Not Build a Career with Microsoft SharePoint
Microsoft SharePoint seems like a miraculous technology, but is it? We explore five reasons you shouldn’t use SharePoint as your sole training tool.
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Start trainingMicrosoft SharePoint 365 and SharePoint: The Perfect Marriage
When admins combine Microsoft Office 365 and SharePoint, workplace productivity tools reach a new level. We looked at how these products interconnect to give end users seamless experiences and empower IT professionals with powerful administrative tools.
From Managing to Developing: The Next Step in a SharePoint Career
Your next step in your career may be to develop custom code for projects that interact with or are deployed to your Microsoft SharePoint environments. We have highlighted the steps required to go beyond simply managing your SharePoint environments and into optimizing the product.
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