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Next Meeting: April 16th - 5:30 pm @ the Microsoft Polaris Office


5:30pm - 6:00pm --> Food Sponsor's Presentation

6:00pm - 6:30pm --> Community Time

6:30pm - 7:30pm --> Main Presentation

7:30pm +           --> SharePint @ The Pub


Intro to Office Graph and Delve: Finding what you want before you know you need it


At the SharePoint Conference in the Spring of 2014 Microsoft announced a new Product called Project "Oslo".  Project "Oslo" is made up of two new product offerings; Office Graph and Delve. Its taken a year, but Delve is now starting to show up in everyone’s Office 365 tenant.  Office Graph is a new technology that uses a combination of machine learning and SharePoint search to explore the relationships between people you work with, the content they work on, and the social activities they participate in.  The information revealed by Office Graph is then presented to users in a personalized interface using Delve in Office 365.  By leveraging these new technologies Delve can present you with a proactive look at content you might be interested in before you even think to search for it.  In this talk we'll demonstrate how Delve works and review the underlying architecture of Delve and Office Graph.  We'll also provide some examples of how developers can leverage Delve to create new applications or surface Office Graph content in SharePoint.


Speaker: Paul Stork  

 Paul is a Principal Architect, serving as chief technical architect within the Collaboration and Content team at Blue Chip.   He has an MBA from the Weatherhead School of Management and has been active in the IT industry for over twenty-five years.  His primary focus for the last eight years has been Microsoft SharePoint products and technologies.  

Paul’s is a "Jack of all Trades" who has developed expertise as a network administrator, architect, developer, and DBA. He has worked with SharePoint in many roles including chief architect, solution developer, and trainer. His broad and deep experience is frequently requested by customers who are designing and implementing applications based on Microsoft SharePoint. Paul has been a contributor or co-author on several books about SharePoint. He has been recognized by Microsoft with a SharePoint Server MVP award for the last six years in recognition of his contributions to the SharePoint community and recently completed his MCM certification in SharePoint 2010.

Twitter:  @PStork


 Community Time for Power Users



Starting this month and going forward, there will be a dedicated time for anyone attending the meeting to ask/answer questions related to any SharePoint feature. 


We, at the steering committe feel that there is enough knowledge among all of the attendees that we can help each other by sharing the knowledge.
Our goal is that this time will be use to introduce SharePoint features (tips/tricks), ask questions, answer questions, showcase a technique, etc. by the attendees.


Give us your opinion about this time slot. Or if you would like to be a part of this time, drop us an email at


No vendor topics.






Special thanks to this month's Dinner Sponsor!


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Special Thanks to the 2015 BuckeyeSPUG Sponsors!