Watch Dux Raymond Sy’s Keynote from SPTechCon Boston 2014 On Demand

Post Date: 10/13/2014
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From the USA to Europe, Singapore to Japan, and beyond, you can catch our experts sharing best practices and discussing enterprise collaboration hot topics at events regularly around the globe. However, since there’s only one of you and reliable teleportation technology is at least a few more years away, we realize you may be missing out on a lot of content by not attending all of these events. Starting now, that is about to change for all members of the AvePoint Community. We recently launched a brand new, member-exclusive AvePoint Event Presentations page where you can experience sessions on the topics in which you’re most interested by:
  • Viewing on-demand videos of entire sessions from our experts
  • Downloading complete slide decks from presentations
It’s a great way to catch a presentation you may have missed, re-watch a session you found especially helpful, or share the content that you found enlightening with your colleagues. We’ve launched the page with the entire SPTechCon Boston 2014 keynote by AvePoint Public Sector CTO and SharePoint MVP Dux Raymond Sy entitled, “Lead the Responsive Organization Revolution: How to Inspire, Transform and Facilitate Business-Driven IT”. In light of business velocity, geographically dispersed teams, mobile technologies, and multi-generational workforces converging to deliver the promise of responsive and agile organizations, Dux led an interactive discussion on how IT organizations can effectively manage this shift while ensuring that it will be sustainable and deliver business value to the enterprise. Be sure to stay tuned as we share more videos and presentation decks from recent and upcoming events as well as other exclusive content for members of the AvePoint Community.

In his former role as Director of Communications, Franklin was responsible for increasing brand awareness across all AvePoint's digital properties.

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