SharePoint-Videos.com is a leading provider of on-demand SharePoint Training (Individual and Corporate) and SharePoint Consulting. End Users, Administrators and Developers learn SharePoint skills and best practices from our online subscription service, DVD video tutorial packages, corporate packages for multiple users, and remote consulting.
Agnes Molnar has been Microsoft SharePoint Server MVP since 2008 and works as independent consultant. With a strong focus on Enterprise Search and Information Management, she has been working with SharePoint technologies since 2001, and has architected dozens of SharePoint and FAST implementations for commercial and government organizations throughout the world. A co-author and contributor to several SharePoint books, Agnes is a regular speaker at technical conferences and symposiums around the globe. On her blog (www.aghy.hu), she regularly writes on the topics of enterprise search and content management best practices.
Bruce Herz is a SharePoint consultant, Microsoft Office 365 Partner and Certified Technology Specialist in SharePoint and Microsoft Office Specialist for Access 2010. He has extensive experienced in retail, healthcare and commercial real estate industries. In 1997 he built his first Intranet site based on the Microsoft® Office 60 Minute Intranet Kit, the prelude to SharePoint 1.0 Team Services. He offers cloud-based productivity solutions as a consultant with WonPoint
.He has more than ten years of experience implementing solutions for clients in all project phases from analysis to implementation, training, and customization. His primary focus is on no-code solutions for Microsoft Office 365 as a collaboration tool and integration with Microsoft Office 2010 products. He has authored the courses on building powerful solutions using Access Services and Reporting Services.
Chris Beckett is a Information Systems Architect, Consultant, Developer and Trainer with 23 years of experience leading the development of enterprise business solutions using rapid application development processes, tools and best practices. He is a Microsoft Certified Trainer, Professional Developer and Administrator in SharePoint, and has been a dedicated SharePoint technology specialist since 2003, with expertise in business process automation, enterprise content management, and deployment strategy and governance. He is an active blogger and author, and a frequent speaker at user groups and professional conferences.
Chris has over a decade of experience building workflow solutions with SharePoint, and has written on SharePoint 2010 Workflow and is the author of the SharePoint 2013 Workflow book.
Specialties: Microsoft SharePoint Tools and Technologies (Infrastructure, Visual Design and Branding, Information Architecture and Enterprise Portals, Enterprise Content and Information Management, Electronic Forms and Workflow, Connected System and Integration, Content Migration)
Chris McNulty has spent more than ten years working with Microsoft SharePoint as a client, consultant and partner. Chris currently is CTO at Dell Software (formerly Quest) where he helps guide the strategic product direction for our SharePoint solutions. He is a Microsoft MVP for SharePoint, a Certified Technology Specialist (MCTS), Microsoft Certified Systems Engineer (MCSE), and a member of the Microsoft Solutions Advocate and MVTS programs. In 2012, he published the “SharePoint 2013 Consultant’s Handbook: A Practical Field Guide” and “SharePoint 2010 Consultant’s Handbook”, following his introductory “SharePoint 2010 Consultant’s Handbook – Managed Metadata Service”. He also blogs at http://www.chrismcnulty.net/blog and http://www.sharepointforall.com.
Before Quest, Chris was the SharePoint practice lead at KMA, a New England based Microsoft Gold Partner. He attended Fairfield University for his bachelor’s degree, and got his MBA from the Carroll School of Management at Boston College in Investment Management and Corporate Finance.
Chris has spent a lot of time in financial services — Santander, GMO, John Hancock and State Street. He lives with his wife Hayley, and our children, Devin, Nathaniel and Rachel in Milton, Massachusetts.
Darvish (“D”) Shadravan is a Senior Technical Specialist employed by Microsoft where he focuses on SharePoint and related technologies. He has been with Microsoft since 1997 in various technical roles working directly with enterprise customers. Darvish is the co-author of the MS Press book Using InfoPath 2010 with SharePoint 2010 Step by Step
and he is the lead author on the recently published Microsoft Press title SharePoint 2013 Inside Out
. Darvish is a frequent speaker at SharePoint conferences worldwide. His ongoing work with the InfoPath and SharePoint products has made him a trusted advisor to the product groups, and he is called upon regularly to present sessions at conferences and help vet content and demos.
Dux Raymond Sy
With over 15 years of experience in Information Technology and Project Management, Dux has earned a reputation as among the leading experts in leveraging technology to enhance project management. A certified Project Management Professional (PMP), he is currently a managing partner and the chief evangelist of Innovative-e, Inc.
, a Microsoft Gold-certified, business technology consulting and services company that employs a business-first, benefits-driven approach to successfully implement SharePoint for clients. As a thought leader in maximizing project team collaboration, he is the author of SharePoint for Project Management published by O’Reilly Media. He is focused on empowering organizations on how to leverage the benefits of SharePoint technologies with quantifiable goals such as: Increasing productivity and efficiency, decreasing collaboration redundancies and streamlining electronic communications. He has successfully managed the implementation of various SharePoint-based solutions for commercial, educational and government institutions. A sought after speaker, Dux has presented in various Microsoft and Project Management Institute (PMI) events worldwide. He regularly blogs on topics related to project management, SharePoint and globalization at http://MeetDux.com
Eric is a SharePoint Architect with broad expertise in network infrastructure and security, server administration, data center consolidation, project management, and desktop applications. He has nearly 15 years of experience in IT and specializes in implementing, administering, governing, and customizing SharePoint. He is the author of multiple SharePoint training courses, and has worked for, consulted, programmed, and taught technical and end users in businesses ranging from 50 to 130,000 employees. Eric is certified as an MCSE, an MCTS for both Administration and Application Development, an MCP for SQL, and has worked as a Microsoft Certified Trainer. He enjoys looking at the big picture and creating low overhead solutions that accomplish amazing results using primarily power user tools. He is also adept at architecting portable and re-usable solutions requiring custom code and knowing the difference between the two.
Ira is a SharePoint Technical Specialist at Microsoft working in the New York Metropolitan District. In this role he has assisted numerous companies deploy and exploit the full set of features and capabilities of the SharePoint platform. He also presents frequently at SharePoint conferences and conducts training workshops. In addition he has written numerous white papers for Microsoft on BizTalk Server, Customer Care Framework and InfoPath and he has published two books on SharePoint.
Ira has over 35 years of experience working with cutting-edge computer technology, originally on IBM 360 mainframes; progressing to Data General mini-computers; and graduating to Televideo CPM based microcomputers. In 2003-2004 he was the Executive Director of the Center for XML and Web Services Technologies at CUNY.
Ira lives in New York City with his wife and two children.
A dynamic Solutions Architect that provides reliable, scalable solutions, major project completion and cross team relationship building. With a passion for technology, Jason has focused his energy on Microsoft’s SharePoint for the past 7 years becoming a recognized expert in the field. He has successfully architected solutions for clients scaling from 10 users to 120,000 users. From farm design to adoption strategy, Jason highly skilled technically and is able to translate business requirements into achievable solution delivery.
John F. Holliday (www.JohnHolliday.net) is president and founder of SharePoint Architects (www.SharePointArchitects.us), a SharePoint consultancy focused on enterprise content management and business process automation. John has over 25 years of professional software development experience and has been involved in a wide range of commercial software projects as a consulting software architect and developer for Fortune 100 clients.
John is the author of “Professional SharePoint 2007 Records Management Development” (Wrox Press, 2009) and has co-authored several popular SharePoint development books, including “Professional SharePoint 2007 Development” (Wrox Press, 2007). He is the developer of the CAML.NET framework, which enables developers to create SharePoint queries more easily, and the CAML.NET IntelliSense add-in for Visual Studio 2008 and 2010.
John is the founder of the SharePoint Developer Network (www.SharePointDeveloper.org – twitter: @SPDEVNET), which is committed to helping SharePoint developers find work and professional support, and he is also the founder of SharePoint Heroes (www.SharePointHeroes.org), a network of professionals devoted to helping charitable and humanitarian groups use SharePoint technologies more effectively.
As a Senior Search Consultant for SurfRay Inc., Josh assists organizations to build SharePoint search solutions based on SurfRay’s powerful Ontolica® platform. He specializes in user experience enhancement including requirement planning and user interface creation. In addition to his extensive background in SharePoint search, Josh is co-author of Pro SharePoint 2010 Search, a book giving expert advice on planning, deploying and customizing search in SharePoint 2010. In an effort to expand knowledge of Microsoft Enterprise search platforms, he is a regular author of blogs, hosts the online series Around the Point, and presents at conference across the globe.
Marc is the Co-Founder and President of Sympraxis Consulting LLC
, located in the Boston suburb of Newton, MA, USA. Sympraxis focuses on enabling collaboration throughout the enterprise using the SharePoint application platform. Marc is a three-time recipient of the Microsoft MVP award for SharePoint Server (2011, 2012, 2013). Marc has over 30 years of experience in technology professional services and software development. Over a wide-ranging career in consulting as well as line manager positions, Marc has proven himself as a problem solver and leader who can solve difficult technology problems for organizations across a wide variety of industries and organization sizes. Marc is the developer of the jQuery Library for SharePoint Web Services
(SPServices) andThe SPXSLT Codeplex Project
. Marc has a Bachelors of Arts in Computer Mathematics from the University of Pennsylvania
and graduated from Phillips Exeter Academy
in Exeter, NH. Lately, aside from client work, Marc has been:
Michael Noel is an internationally recognized technology expert, bestselling author, and well known public speaker on a broad range of IT topics. He has authored several major industry books that have been translated into over a dozen languages worldwide. Significant titles include SharePoint 2013 Unleashed, Exchange Server 2013 Unleashed, Windows Server 2012 Unleashed, SharePoint 2010 Unleashed, Exchange Server 2010 Unleashed and many more. Currently a partner at Convergent Computing
in the San Francisco Bay Area, Michael’s writings and extensive public speaking experience across six continents leverage his real-world expertise helping organizations realize business value from Information Technology infrastructure.
Mike is a senior level consultant with more than 15 years in information management, with a deep background in information science and content management. He works with clients to develop content strategies, taxonomies, and information architecture in SharePoint 2010 intranets, extranets, portals and other enterprise content management systems. Mike is the Principal at Term Store Management, LLC
. He has experience with all types of vertical businesses/industries, such as legal, retail, pharma, energy and information technology. He has developed content strategies and taxonomies for Microsoft, Del Monte, NASA-JSC, Expedia, UW Medicine, Sterling Savings Bank, First Mutual Bank, KCLS, Nike, Philip Morris, VISA, Washington Mutual and many others. Mike also teaches graduate courses in knowledge management, information management and taxonomy development at the University of Washington Information School.
Raymond has worked in IT since 1999 and has worked with every version of SharePoint since its release as SharePoint Team Services. He has spent the last several years consulting on all things SharePoint and recently joined the team at SharePoint911
. He helped start and coordinated the Minnesota SharePoint User Group
for 7 years and has spoken at a number of other user groups and SharePoint Saturday events. Raymond wrote a Wrox Blox on Building Dashboards with Windows SharePoint Services 3.0 using SharePoint Designer 2007
and contributed two chapters on Business Connectivity Services to SharePoint 2010 Six-in-One
. He also blogs under the alias IWKID
on Information Worker technologies including SharePoint and Office development.When he’s not playing with SharePoint, he’s likely hiking with his family and enjoying the outdoors.
Richard Wixom began working with SharePoint STS 1.0 in 2003. His thirty years of broad IT experience includes the application of SharePoint to business problems with deep technical and life-cycle experience. Richard is a “master of all things technical” who is equally adept working with business customers of core technical personnel. He thrives on technical challenges and enjoys discussions of computer algorithms. Before entering consulting, Richard worked as a software architect for corporate stalwarts including Texas Instruments, Raytheon and JC Penney. He wrote his first internet application in 1994. Richard holds a BS in Mechanical Engineering from the University of Missouri and originally planned to design nuclear power plants. Richard is married with three sons and runs a 45 Terabyte data center from his kitchen. In his spare time, he enjoys gardening and spending time with family.
Ricky is the Principal Consultant and President of Spears Technologies, Inc.
, based in Wilmington, NC. He has worked almost exclusively with Microsoft’s SharePoint technologies since 2006. As a consultant, instructor, and author, he has helped hundreds of organizations become more efficient and profitable through his dedication to helping employees make better use of SharePoint every day.
Ricky is a Microsoft Certified Trainer (MCT) and has authored more than 10 courses on SharePoint 2007, SharePoint 2010, SharePoint 2013, and Office 365. These courses have spanned a broad spectrum of SharePoint usage including: daily end-user activities, information architecture, business process automation, branding, business intelligence, and server administration. He is a Microsoft Certified IT Professional (MCITP) and Microsoft Certified Technology Specialist (MCTS) with SharePoint.
He sees SharePoint as a tool and he loves helping people make better use of this tool in meeting the everyday demands of their business. his primary areas of interest are in business process automation (using no-code tools such as InfoPath, SharePoint Designer, workflow, and other Microsoft Office programs); information architecture and taxonomy; and usability.
Robert has worked with search technology for over a decade and has implemented hundreds of site and enterprise search solutions including solutions for The Holy See, The London Stock Exchange, Lloyds of London, Microsoft Xbox, Metlife and many more. Robert has worked for several search vendors and implemented a range of enterprise and site class search products. Currently, Robert is Technical Lead for Surfray Inc. where he helps customers and partners implement and improve SharePoint search with the Ontolica line of products. Robert is co-author of Pro SharePoint 2010 Search from APress and Working with FAST Search Server 2010 for SharePoint from Microsoft Press.
Russell Wright has worked with SharePoint since the STS 1.0 days and has been focused exclusively on SharePoint since 2007. Since then, he has trained over 1500 students on all aspects of SharePoint infrastructure and business use. At Texas Instruments, he and his systems team introduced SharePoint in the Procurement and Logistics area, where it quickly became viral throughout TI. Russell excels at business process re-engineering and enjoys “SharePoint-tizing” business processes. The scope of his experience spans from his beginnings in Electrical Engineering within the defense industry to virtually all aspects of Information Technology. Russell has over 25 years of experience at companies like Texas Instruments, Raytheon and Frito-Lay. His real strength lies in the broad based IT technical knowledge and the ability to solve real business problems.Check out Russell’s blog here
. Russell holds a BS in Electrical Engineering from Southern Methodist University in Dallas, Texas (where he specialized in biomedical engineering). In his spare time, he likes to cook and is best known for his homemade English muffins and makes a KILLER Paradise Pie! He’s also a fairly decent bowler.
Steve has spent almost 20 years in the IT industry in various areas working for a range of small boutique consulting firms to large, global consulting and software firms. Steve has worked for Microsoft since 1998 and is currently a Director in Microsoft Services leading a global team of Cloud Architects helping enterprises make the transition to the Cloud through Windows Azure and Modern Business Apps.
Steve started his career in the area of Lotus Notes and Domino, most of his IT career has been spent using Microsoft technology in a range of positions. The technologies have ranged from Natural Language and Search to .NET, Office and SharePoint development to Windows Azure and Cloud Computing. The positions have predominantly been technical and have ranged from development to evangelism to architecture.
Steve has authored multiple technical books and many articles and speaks regularly at conferences both domestically and internationally.
Wendy has worked in the Information Technology industry for over 17 years. A Microsoft Certified Trainer (MCT) since 1998, Wendy has been an independent technical trainer, author, and consultant for the last 10 years. Since 2005, she has specialized in Microsoft’s SharePoint and SQL Server products. Wendy has consulted on large enterprise projects for many networks including Lucent Technologies, Carolinas Medical Center, Cabarrus County, Mecklenburg County Schools, and the NYS Gaming Board and Seneca Gaming Commission in Western, NY among others.Technical Certifications for Wendy include (Microsoft) MCP, MCDST, MCSA, MCSE, MCDBA, MCTS, MCITP, MCT; (Novell) CNE, CNI; (Cisco) CUSE, CCNA; (CompTIA) A+, Net+, Server+Technical Editor.
Sales, Marketing, & Administrative Staff
Mike Blonder – Sales
Ira Michael “Mike” Blonder calls on over thirty five years of experience marketing, promoting & selling complex solutions of all types to enterprise business customers. He has first hand experience with several very early stage businesses targeted to Fortune 100 customers, one of which successfully grew to a public offering. In the mid 1990s Mike helped IBM locate key technical and editorial personnel for www.ibm.com
, including the first editor for IBM’s Intranet and IBM’s representative to the World Wide Web Consortium’s committee that established XML. The common thread between all of his early stage efforts is that product and/or service offerings all incorporated computer technology. A natural communicator, Mike writes daily in a blog on SharePoint topics, http://www.talking-sharepoint.com
and in a blog on sales and marketing techniques for complex sales, http://www.imbenterprises.com
. Mike is keen on opportunities to extend his understanding of how a business case drives implementation of SharePoint.
Kari Bennett – Marketing
Kari is Marketing Specialist for SharePoint-Videos.com. Her goal is to spread awareness of the company brand and the online training tools available to help SharePoint users be more productive in their work environment. Kari currently oversees public relations, marketing communications, social media marketing, and building strategic partnerships with our instructors and partners. Kari has more than 15 years experience creating and implementing strategic marketing campaigns. She has managed marketing departments in a corporate environment and also consulted many small businesses by helping them develop effective online marketing programs. Kari has a Master’s degree from University of Colorado at Denver, and a Bachelor’s degree from the University of Minnesota.
Sarah Radelet – Customer Service and Website Management
Sarah is a Customer Service and Website Manager for SharePoint-Videos.com. She answers customers’ questions about the subscription service, the DVD packages and other questions users might have. She’s currently working hard to improve the website to better serve our customers. Sarah has a Bachelor’s Degree in Community Development from Portland State University and comes from a background with the public sector where she worked for 14 years as an Urban Planner and a Senior Management Analyst with the City of Portland, Oregon. She left that job to travel and spend more time with her family.
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