Intervate’s Troy Gerber presents at Tech Ed

What’s new for Developers in Office and SharePoint 2013
Date: Wednesday, 17 April
Time: 16:00 – 17:00
Venue: Session Room 4
Level: 200
Speaker: Troy Gerber
Office and SharePoint 2013 offer a lot of exciting new opportunities for the developer. This session will provide an overview of the new developer features for Office and SharePoint including apps, the new cloud app model, additional APIs for SharePoint full trust solutions and new features for the Office developer.
What’s new for WCM and Internet Sites in SharePoint 2013
Date: Thursday, 18 April
Time: 08:00 – 09:00
Venue: Session Room 5
Level: 300
Speaker: Troy Gerber
A deep dive on new features and capabilities that now allows designers greater flexibility for creating great looking web sites with SharePoint 2013. We will cover the new design manager, support for HTML editing tools, mobile channels, image and video renditions, SEO friendly site maps/URL’s and more.
SharePoint Server 2013 Upgrade Deep Dive
Date: Thursday, 18 April
Time: 16:00 – 17:00
Venue: Session Room 5
Level: 300
Speaker: Troy Gerber
In this session we will explore how to upgrade to SharePoint 2013. Learn about the various systems involved in the upgrade process including deferred site collection upgrades, upgrade evaluation sites, upgrade throttling, snapshot upgrades, and more.

This will also go into techniques for planning and testing upgrades along with supporting both legacy and new customizations throughout the upgrade process.

Overview of eDiscovery across the Office platform
Date: Friday, 19 April
Time: 11:15 – 12:15
Venue: Session Room 3
Level: 200
Speaker: Troy Gerber
eDiscovery is a major area of investment in the new version of Office. With the new release, we’ve built the ability into the platform (across Exchange, SharePoint and Lync) to perform the discovery process in-place, on-premises or in the cloud. In this session, come learn about the centralized eDiscovery tools we have delivered to unify the identification, preservation and export process for content to make it extremely easy for legal teams to do their work without affecting end user productivity.

Also learn about the substantial cost savings through the reduction of third party tools and reduction of storage needs by holding content across Exchange, SharePoint and Lync in-place.

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