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The largest Microsoft technology conference was held May 4-8th in Chicago and for the first time ever, numerous conferences were combined included MMS, Exchange, SharePoint, Lync, Project, and TechEd. For anyone who was unable to attend, two Project MVPs share their thoughts on the event, key highlights from Microsoft and technology updates that you will be interested in. This webinar is perfectly timed to make sure you have the hottest information as soon as it is available. Both Cindy and Christine are in tune to social media and will be able to share any trends they saw at the conference and what interested people the most.
Cindy Lewis is a project management consultant, trainer, and author with over 20 years’ experience. She has numerous credentials in the field of project management – PMP, PMI-SP, MOS, MS, MCTS, MCT and MVP-Project. Cindy has extensive customer experience. This experience translates into providing her customers with creative solutions that deliver excellent results. In addition, Cindy serves on the board for the Western Michigan Chapter of PMI (WMPMI) and has over 15 years of volunteer service to this chapter. Cindy is a regular speaker at professional events including Microsoft conferences and PMI chapters. She can be reached by email and on Twitter.
MS MVP-Project, MCSD, MCITP, MCTS
With nearly 30 years of experience as a trainer, technology strategist, consultant, and Microsoft MVP, Christine has mentored teams and implemented business solutions for a large variety of organizations in more than 16 countries. She has worked with large and small organizations alike, helping them align their processes and systems with the organizational strategic vision. Her main focus has always been on leveraging the strategic benefits obtained by integrating individual applications and information silos into cohesive end-to-end systems. She started her career with a global distributed software company as a developer for ERP business solutions. A chance opportunity at a Microsoft Developer conference in the Fall of 2011 turned ideas she’d sketched on napkins into a multi-faceted technological and personal journey toward bringing an avalanche of apps and solutions to market. Not one who does idle well, she divides her time among helping businesses grow in fun and healthy ways, app design and development, writing, and speaking and training engagements.
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