Xgility Hosts SharePoint User Group: 10 Things to Think About When Building Content Types

February 5th, 2017

Xgility will be hosting the Reston SharePoint User Group event this Monday, February 6th at 11:30am.  Come by to learn about various SharePoint content types and things to think about when building them.  The event will take place at the Xgility Headquarters in Ashburn, VA at 11:30am.  The Xgility HQ is located at 44095 Pipeline Plaza #460 Ashburn, VA 20147.

The Content Types you put in place for your SharePoint site can make your life easier or harder no matter which version of SharePoint your organization is using. The use of a logical approach and best practices to build your Content Types will affect how you maintain content, display content, and search content. This session will review ten important things to think about when creating Content Types (including best practices) for efficiency, effectiveness, and consistency to simplify your work and improve your sites.

To view more details about this event or to register, go here.


Speaker Bio:

Karen Dredske is a SharePoint business analyst, user experience architect, project manager, and trainer.  Five of the past 20 years that she’s specialized in managing Web technologies have been with Microsoft SharePoint for associations and commercial clients.  She has extensive experience in SharePoint 2010 – 2016 and Office 365 with planning and executing migrations, advanced site configuration, user adoption and training.  Karen lives in the Winchester area, but can be found consulting in Northern Virginia and other parts of the DC metro area.


About the Organizer – Kurt Greening: Kurt Greening Pic Xgility SharePoint Consulting

Kurt is the Director of Productivity Solutions at Xgility. In this capacity, he leads all aspects of company growth such as team building, onboarding, company culture, and partnerships. His expertise includes leadership, team building, and business productivity. In addition, his technology experience includes cloud technologies, SharePoint, Office 365, and other disruptive technologies.

Follow Kurt on Twitter: @kurtgreening