SharePoint Saturday Toronto

A big thank you to all of you who came out to my session at SPS Toronto it was great to see so many new and old friends.

I loved seeing the Father of SharePoint, Jeff Teper for the Q&A as well. I worked with Jeff for many years and started on the original SharePoint Marketing team back in 2001. He is and always has been a class act.  It's great to see him back at the helm of our SharePoint ship.

He has always been game for all the "theatrical" antics in marketing that I would bring to the table.  His executive support of the I Want My MySite campaign example in my End User Adoption session was terrific so many years ago.

I had the pleasure of staying in Toronto for a week for the Microsoft Worldwide Partner Conference and had a great time.  This was my third WPC in your lovely town.

As you saw I'm passionate about SharePoint and end user adoption and Content Panda. I know many of you expressed interest in our product and I love giving demos and setting up Free 30 Day Trials.

Most folks have a dev environment where they play with tools and Content Panda is a great addition to that mix. So if you are game, please sign up and we'll get you all set.

I also had a chance on my last day to get out and get cultural and of course I took the time to go see your baby pandas at the Toronto Zoo.

They of course, were adorable.  The most awake was the Papa.  We had a few moments.  It was the first time I've seen one in person. 

They are the sweet fluffy bears that just make you smile, which is one the many reasons we chose them as the mascot for our company.

I invite you to connect with me on social media @heddanewman @contentpanda and if you have any questions about SharePoint, need a connection to someone in the community you don't know please give me a shout. Always happy to help.

And thank you again for a great event and the hospitality.  Canada rocks!

 

Written by Co-Founder and CMO, Heather Newman

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