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Speaking at Tech.Ed: Chandima Kulathilake

, posted: 8-Sep-2009 13:36

Chandima Kulathilake is an Enterprise Solutions Consultant and a Microsoft Certified SharePoint expert who has been working with SharePoint technologies since 2001. He has over twelve years of experience in the IT industry and brings a strong solution focus to his projects. He provides real world deployment and solutions practice for small to large SharePoint deployments.

He has presented at International and local Microsoft technical conferences on deployment and governance best practice for SharePoint. He has been awarded with Microsoft Most Valuable Professional award in 2007, 2008 and 2009 for his contributions to the worldwide SharePoint community and also coordinates the local Wellington SharePoint User Group events.

Here are some details of his session at the Microsoft Tech.Ed New Zealand 2009:

OFC306 Planning for SharePoint 2010 - Upgrade Planning and Guidance
Wed 9/16 | 12:10-13:25 | Ballroom 2

This session will cover how to plan for upgrading your SharePoint 2007 server farms to SharePoint 2010. We will cover the tools available today and how you can test your existing SharePoint 2007 deployment for upgrade compatibility. With the release of Service Pack 2 for SharePoint Microsoft has made available an upgrade tool. We will also cover important planning steps for a successful upgrade project and also strategies on how you should ensure that your server farm has been updated to the latest Service Pack.




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