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The Richmond SharePoint User Group reaches the SharePoint community in the metro Richmond area and beyond.  We seek to build community among SharePoint enthusiasts for learning, sharing, and connecting.  Our group consists of professionals from all SharePoint roles and from a broad cross section of business sectors, including the private sector, legal, education, state and federal government, nonprofit and for profit companies and organizations.

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SPTechCon is Coming to DC! RSUG Members Get $200 Discount! 
by Erin GlennNo presence information
 8/8/2017 3:02 PM

The 10th autumn version of SPTechCon, November 12-15 in Washington DC, is part of the world’s premier independent SharePoint/Office365 event series, with 700+ delegates and top exhibitors!  It is for IT professionals, SharePoint power users and developers....

IT4Causes - Use Your SharePoint Skills for Good! 
by Erin GlennNo presence information
 3/29/2017 9:50 AM

​IT4Causes is a local Richmond 501(c)(3) nonprofit who enables other nonprofit organizations to focus on their missions and serve their clients better by assisting with IT issues and solutions through the use of volunteers.

  • They identify agencies that...
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 Upcoming Meeting

Wednesday, October 25, 2017

(Afton) 500 Spring Street, Richmond, VA 23219
Registration 11:30 am
Meeting starts at 12pm


​Topic: Workplace Collaboration, the benefits, challenges, and opportunities

In just the last few months, Microsoft has made various significant changes to Office 365 collaboration capabilities affecting Office Groups, Office Graph and Teams, as well as repositioning the role of exiting collaboration solutions including Yammer, Skype and SharePoint. 

With all these changes, it’s no wonder many organizations and end-users alike find themselves confused as to what application should be used for what purpose. Users should not assume a one-size all approach when choosing a collaboration tool, but understand that the right collaboration tool depends on the purpose of the collaboration and at the minimalist level be broken down into persistent open collaboration and single-entity collaboration. 

During this session, we’ll explore the recent changes Microsoft has made to its suite of collaboration tools and help users understand how to choose the right collaboration tool breaking down team-based collaboration vs. project-based collaboration. ​

Speaker: David Maffei

David Maffei is a successful technology veteran with deep ties to Web Content Management, Business Continuity, Enterprise ECommerce and Award-Winning Professional Services teams. At Akumina, and previously at Carbonite (NASDAQ: CARB), Bridgeline (NASDAQ: BLIN) & Ektron (now EpiServer), Maffei is directly responsible for the company’s global revenue as well as the plans and strategies for developing business and achieving the company’s sales goals.

With a decade of success and deep market, technology and industry knowledge, Maffei is able to position trends ahead of the curve to promote thought leadership and differentiation within digital market segments that are highly saturated.

His charter is to manage the sales teams, operations and resources to deliver profitable growth, define and coordinate sales training programs that enable staff to achieve their potential and support company sales objectives while exceeding customer expectations and contributing to a high level of customer satisfaction.​


Akumina provides the leading digital engagement software solution delivering a contextual and personalized digital experience and transforms how employees work, collaborate and innovate. Akumina’s customers are using the software platform to drive modern and global intranets, digital executive dashboards as well as extranets and portals. Akumina’s customers include the Boston Red Sox, Walt Disney Corporation, iRobot, The World Trade Center and the Department of Defense to name a few. To learn more visit or follow us on LinkedIn, Facebook and Twitter.


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