Webinar: Pros & Cons of SharePoint 2013


Online webinar

Join us for an interactive, complimentary webinar on March 19, 2013 at 12:30 p.m. EDT

Living in a Microsoft-dominated world, it’s easy to accept that SharePoint is the clear champion when it comes to content management systems.

SharePoint has taken the corporate intranet by storm, and nearly two-thirds of medium to large-size organizations in the 'Western World' have SharePoint in some shape or form.

But does it live up to the hype?

On March 19, 2013 join Toby Ward, President and CEO of Prescient Digital Media, and Tamer El Shazli, VP, Technology + SharePoint Lead, Social Business Interactive, for an in-depth discussion of the pros, cons, and overall capabilities of SharePoint 2013, and see how it stacks up to the competition.

Discussion topics will include:

  • Capabilities and features of SharePoint 2013
  • How to plan for SharePoint 2013
  • What you need to consider when evaluating SharePoint 2013 as a potential technology solution

Who Should Attend

This webinar is perfect for organizations that have acquired SharePoint, and are looking to get the most out of it, or those who are evaluating it as a potential technology solution and want to better understand their options.

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Toby Ward, President and CEO - The founder and CEO of Prescient Digital Media, Toby has worked on dozens of intranets for many large, complex and Fortune 500 companies in his 15 years of working on intranets. A specialist in web and intranet planning and measurement, Toby has led his company to many awards including an illustrious Webby Award.


Tamer El Shazli, VP, Social Business Interactive, has over eighteen years of technology experience including key roles within start-up, turnaround, and established environments. With a hands-on development and management background, Tamer’s strength is in developing and executing strategic solutions for clients based on Microsoft technologies. Tamer is a Microsoft Virtual Technology Solutions Professional (VTSP) in SharePoint where he provides architectural guidance and technical support to Microsoft customers.