My CIPS Presentations – June 2016

I am humbled and honoured to be asked to speak at several CIPS (Canadian Information Processing Society) luncheons in Saskatchewan in June.

CIPS Saskatchewan is a provincial association with the purpose of promoting the Information Systems Professional of Canada (I.S.P.) Certification, a professional designation in the information systems and information technology industry in Saskatchewan.

I will be presenting a session titled ‘If SharePoint had Warning Labels‘. It’s a tongue-in-cheek title but will cover some important lessons I’ve learned from my past SharePoint experiences. It was a lot of fun to put together as anyone who’s worked with SharePoint can likely appreciate. Continue reading “My CIPS Presentations – June 2016”