Join North East Bytes for our fifth event of 2012 where we are delighted to partner with the SharePoint Usergroup Once Again. Following on from the great events that we've had over the last two years, we've lined up another great event for your benefit. We are delighted to welcome Neil Dixley, from Sage, to guide us through the process of Threat Modelling, and we welcome Tony Hughes from TSG to give us the rundown on Nintex Forms and Workflow for SharePoint 2010. Register now, you won't want to miss this opportunity!
Date: Wednesday 16th May 2012
Nintex Workflow and Forms 2010 with Tony Hughes
Nintex Workflow 2010
Nintex Workflow 2010 adds a drag-and-drop workflow designer, connectivity and advanced workflow features to the Microsoft SharePoint 2010 platform. Tony will demonstrate how Nintex Workflow 2010 can reduce development time and empower users to automate their own processes in minutes.
Nintex Forms 2010
Nintex Forms 2010 is a web based designer for the Microsoft SharePoint 2010 platform that enables custom forms to be created within SharePoint quickly and easily. Tony will demonstrate how Forms can be designed and consumed on most common mobile devices from the internet, anywhere and anytime.
Tony Hughes is a Senior SharePoint Specialist at TSG (Technology Services Group), who have kindly hosted for SUGUK many times in the past.
Tony has been involved with SharePoint since 2001 in consultancy, pre-sales and sales roles. Working across a wide range of business sectors in both the private and public sector Tony is highly skilled in conveying the business benefits of SharePoint Technologies to a range of audiences in a non-technical fashion.
Modelling Security Threats with Neil Dixley
Threat modelling is a powerful and effective way of discovering and closing security vulnerabilities in applications. This session will look at techniques and tools available and includes an interactive example.
Despite being one of the senior engineers on a ‘Subprime’ project in the USA, Neil survived and spent most of the last 10 years working in the north east for Tombola, Codeworks and now Sage. Neil is also one of the funkiest banjo players this side of the pond.
The event will be hosted in Room 1.02 of Claremont Tower at Newcastle University. For a detailed campus map - http://www.ncl.ac.uk/documents/Campus-Map-Print.pdf
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