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Atlanta, GA, United States, 2011/06/22 - Innovative-e, Inc. and Fpweb.net are teaming up to host a one-time special executive briefing about leveraging SharePoint and cloud computing - Innovative-e.com.
Innovative-e, Inc. and Fpweb.net are hosting “Executive Briefing: The Business Value of Going to the Cloud,” at the Microsoft Mid-Atlantic District Conference Center in Chevy Chase Village, Maryland, at 8-11:30 am. ET on June 29, 2011. The executive briefing is a free, one-time event for decision makers who want to gain insight into the benefits of using SharePoint to leverage the power and flexibility of cloud computing for enterprise collaboration.
The executive briefing will be led by Innovative-e, Inc. managing partner, Dux Raymond Sy, and Rob LaMear IV, founder and CEO of Fpweb.net. The briefing will address the question,“Why move SharePoint to the cloud?” Attendees will learn how to:
• Quantify the business benefits of SharePoint in the cloud;
• Compare and contrast SharePoint cloud offerings from Microsoft Office 365 and providers such as Fpweb.net;
• Formulate a cloud implementation strategy that minimizes risk;
• Justify the cost and resources for investing in the cloud.
Registration for the event is free, but seating is limited. For more details or to register, visit bit.ly/jEBg8H.
About Innovative-e, Inc.
Innovative-e, Inc. (innovative-e.com), is a business consulting and technology services company that helps clients achieve tangible results with Microsoft SharePoint technologies. Offerings include business process consulting, executive briefings, application development, training, project management solutions, systems integration and support. As a Microsoft Gold Partner, Innovative-e is known for thought leadership in the areas of applying SharePoint technologies to improve Project Management and for developing and promoting best practices for implementing SharePoint solutions (SharePoint for PM and PM for SharePoint). Innovative-e has locations in Atlanta, Georgia, and Reston, Virginia, with technology delivery centers in Sri Lanka.