WEBINAR: How SharePoint 2010 Changes the Metadata Game

Join Microsoft metadata guru Daniel Kogan on December 1st for the webinar: "How SharePoint 2010 Changes the Metadata Game." Daniel Kogan is a SharePoint Senior Program Manager at Microsoft. He will explain the new metadata capabilities of SharePoint 2010, including the new content types and taxonomy service, and discuss how they can be used to enhance productivity and unlock new business potentials and scenarios.

Effective taxonomy management across sites and site collections is key to addressing the rapid growth of digital content in your organization, to providing your workforce with intuitive access to the right information at the right time, and to supporting compliance.

Attend this webinar to learn how SharePoint 2010 can be used to provide more consistent metadata, shared taxonomies, and policy compliance throughout the enterprise. Daniel will also discuss how these services integrate with search and social computing. Barry Jinks, Colligo Founder and CEO, will talk about how SharePoint client solutions can help grow the value of your information assets by increasing workforce use of metadata for email and document management.

In this SharePoint 2010 webinar, you’ll learn:

  • How to build an end-to-end pipeline & infrastructure for metadata
  • New ways to take advantage of managed taxonomies
  • Tips to leverage the new content types syndicated model
  • Ways to support email management with auto metadata mapping
  • Strategies to increase tagging with SharePoint client solutions


If you are responsible for SharePoint in your enterprise, this webinar is for you. To learn how SharePoint 2010 and Colligo client solutions can take the metadata game to the next level in your enterprise, register for this webinar below!

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  • Daniel Kogan

    Daniel Kogan is a Senior Program Manager in the SharePoint team at Microsoft Corp. He has nearly 20 years of experience in the IT and software industry. Daniel has been in the Web content and Enterprise Content Management space since 1998 and has been at Microsoft since 2001. For the past 4 years Daniel has focused extensively on taxonomies and metadata and how they can be used to enhance productivity and unlock new business potentials and scenarios.

  • Barry Jinks

    Barry Jinks, Founder and CEO, Colligo Networks
    Barry Jinks is the Founder and CEO of Colligo Network and has been a technology innovator and entrepreneur for over 25 years. Barry is a recognized expert on SharePoint client technology and a frequent speaker at SharePoint and Enterprise Content Management (ECM) conferences worldwide.  He also runs the popular offlinesharepoint.com blog, which discusses important issues in email and records management, governance and compliance as well as technology trends affecting the SharePoint and ECM market. Barry holds degrees in Science and Electrical Engineering and was named Ernst and Young's 1997 Pacific Region 'Entrepreneur of the Year' for Technology.

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  • Your registration includes:
    • On-demand viewing for six months following the event
    • Access to the virtual event video content
    • Live, interactive chat with other attendees, speakers and sponsors
    Not sure you can attend? No problem, all the video content will be available on-demand for six months.