We were delighted to announce that we had 4 keynotes at the 2017 conference.
Watch Keynote 1: Microsoft Keynote
We are very excited to announce Jeff Teper, Microsoft Corporate Vice President, Office, SharePoint & OneDrive – as the opening keynote at ESPC17 where he will deliver the latest updates on product features and roadmap to the European Community.
Jeff Teper leads the team responsible for Office Shared Experiences, Core Applications, OneDrive and SharePoint. He led the creation of SharePoint Portal Server which became one of Microsoft’s fastest growing businesses, which has earned him the title “Father of SharePoint”.
Hear from Jeff on how SharePoint and OneDrive – connected with Office 365, Windows, and Azure – are reinventing productivity for you, your teams, and your organisation.
Watch Keynote 2: Transforming Your Team to Deliver Productivity as a Service
Benjamin Niaulin, Microsoft Regional Director, MVP, Sharegate, Canada
Join Benjamin, a Microsoft Regional Director, where he will be advising on how your team will need to change and start thinking like a software company, providing Productivity or Collaboration as a Service for your own end users.
Rafal Lukawiecki, Project Botticelli Ltd, Ireland
Come listen to Rafal, a veteran of the area of Machine Learning, with over a decade of real-world experience, and find out how machine learning can help you deliver better analytics and solutions. Rafal will also point out the connections between ML and Artificial Intelligence, and he will give you a few important tips for avoiding common mistakes, and some of the hype that surrounds this still-complex and rapidly growing field of information technology.
Watch Keynote 4: SharePoint as an Application Platform: Building engaging solutions
Vesa Juvonen, Senior Program Manager, Microsoft, USA
In this Keynote, Vesa Juvonen – founder of the essential SharePoint Patterns and Practices community – will review the state of the SharePoint business solution landscape, tour deep solutions for team collaboration that the community is building, and with partners, go behind the code to show you how they were built.