Over a year ago the E2EVC events (or PubForum as it was called before) were enthusiastically promoted to me by one of the grandfathers Ton de Vreede. He did such a good job promoting the upcoming Copenhagen event that I decided to check my schedule and book that ticket and hotel right away. Eager to experience that community feeling of sharing knowledge (AND DRINKS!!!) with kindred spirits, community leaders and a lot of nerdie and geekie (as my girlfriend affectionately refers to me) friends.
At Copenhagen I was instantly adopted into the E2EVC family and was affected with the same virus that makes us so excited about our work and the great technologies that we get to play with every day.
You probably already guessed it! The tickets for the next events were booked within 10 minutes after Alex Juschin announced tickets were available on the E2EVC events and new presentations were prepared for each attended event.
A new presentation topic
After the great teaming with Martijn Hulsman and Rink Spies for the XenMobile mega session at the 2014 Spring edition in Brussels, we are continuing this joined adventure with a new presentation on ShareFile. So get ready for a lot of new learned lessons from us on the usability and manageability of ShareFile in Enterprise environments.
Making it an interactive presentation
To ensure you can all read the slide information and easily click on the provided links with additional information, I have once again created a special page for our presentation on this blog to share the additional information and links from one page. So have fun attending our session and sharing the knowledge!
Check out the special page for our 2014 E2EVC Barcelona ShareFile presentation: here.
I do believe the power of the community comes from the willingness to share knowledge, so here’s the E2EVC Barcelona presentation on ShareFile, presented by myself, Martijn and Rink:
You’ll have to wait for the video to be released to check out the demo’s from Rink on the SF GURU Explorer.
You can download your own copy of the SF GURU Explorer or the SF GURU Passphrase Recovery tool at http://www.sf-guru.com/