Session 5: Building SharePoint Business Intelligence Applications SharePoint 2013


Presented by: Colin Spence & Ulysses Ludwig Running Time: 86 min If SharePoint’s out of the box features simply do not fit the bill, there are still tremendous benefits to building an application by embedding the application logic within SharePoint itself.

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Building on the success of the “Mastering SharePoint 2010” seminars, the presenters have updated the content to cover the latest and greatest SharePoint product: SharePoint 2013. While SharePoint 2013 is relatively new on the marketplace, the presenters have been working with SharePoint 2013 for well over a year, and have implemented it with a number of clients in production environments. While similar to SharePoint 2010 in many respects, SharePoint 2013 introduces a number of new features and capabilities that are important to understand.

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