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Welcome to the Minnesota SharePoint User Group

The Minnesota SharePoint User Group meets the second Wednesday of every month at the Microsoft office in Edina, MN.  The purpose of the user group is to bring the local SharePoint community together to share tips, tricks, and ideas on the uses of the various SharePoint products and technologies.  The user group features SharePoint experts from Microsoft, Microsoft Partners, and the SharePoint user community.  The user group is targeted towards end users, administrators, implementers, and developers.


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9/9/2015 9:00 AM   September 2015 Meeting 
9/18/2015 12:00 AM   SharePointaloozaNew 
We are back for our FIFTH conference! SharePointalooza is a premier 2 day SharePoint and Office 365 conference taking place on September 18th and 19th in Branson, MO. SharePointalooza offers technical workshops and sessions on everything SharePoint and...
10/8/2015 12:00 AM   Collab365 Event 
24 Hours of Office365, SharePoint, Azure and more!! This is the event for 2015 if you want to gain in depth insights from experts all over the globe. Whether its the technology that you want to learn about, the applications or the implications of using...
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