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Meet Richard Harbridge of Microsoft Appearing on CMS-Connected

Jade Carter

By Jade Carter

July 21, 2014

This Thursday on CMS-Connected Richard Harbridge will be lending his voice to our intranet conversation. With Seth Earley already on board we are looking forward to hearing from Richard and his extensive experience with Sharepoint strategy and design.

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Richard Harbridge CMS-Connected 

You could say that Richard is a SharePoint artist. His design and consulting wins covering architecture, development and implementation.

From his personal website:

"Over the past 8 years I have had the pleasure of working extensively with Microsoft Technologies such as SharePoint as an end user, developer, administrator, architect, business analyst, and consultant. In this time I defined, architected, developed, and implemented hundreds of Microsoft solutions from small implementations of SharePoint on a single server, to 80,000+ user implementations of SharePoint in international organizations."

Richard will be joining the panel via Skype along with Seth who will be in studio sandwiched between Scott Liewehr and Butch Stearns (for better or for worse). Together they will discuss the Future of Intranets and may also touch on the imbalance of failed intranet installations around the world.

Please join us on Thursday for what is shaping up to be a must see episode if you are remotely responsible for your own internal intranet. It would be great to see everyone lurking on the Twitter stream (#cmsconnected) where you can ask Richard if this tattoo is real. :)

Connected with Richard at LinkedIn, Google Plus and Twitter

Register for the Super Duper Intranet Show Here

Jade Carter

Jade Carter

Jade is a content writer for CMS-Connected, facilitating the needs of the company blog. Bringing 10 years of Search and Digital Marketing to the table, he strives to build informative, relevant and fun editorial posts for the blog feed. Jade is an ultra distance (26.2 miles+) trail runner and lives to run trails in and around his home town of Victoria, BC.

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