SharePoint, Social Business, Information Management
Christian Buckley is an Office365 MVP, Top 25 SharePoint Influencer, and Chief Marketing Officer for Beezy, an Office 365 and SharePoint ISV focusing on UX, social, and enterprise collaboration. Prior to Beezy, Christian was a key part of two SharePoint ISV acquisitions, served as Chief Evangelist for Metalogix, and was member of the Microsoft team that launched SharePoint Online (now part of Office365). His entrepreneurial background includes several years running a regional consulting firm, co-founding a 501c3 non-profit (merged with a Lockheed non-profit), and co-founding and serving as CEO of a software company (acquired by Rational Software). Through these experiences, he worked with some of the world’s largest technology and manufacturing firms to design, build, and deploy social, collaboration, and supply chain solutions.
Christian is the co-author of multiple books on SharePoint, social, software configuration management and defect tracking solutions, and regularly writes on the topics of collaboration technology, social computing, governance, and agile project management. He is an expert blogger for ITUnity.com and AIIM.org, a columnist for RedmondMag.com, and is very active in the SharePoint community, helping launch and organize SharePointSaturday events across the western United States. Christian sits on the boards of three non-profits and regularly provides pro bono help around marketing and business development to entrepreneurs and startups.
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- The Realities of Migrating SharePoint to the Cloud Jul 29, 2015
- Social Beyond the Yammer Framework Jun 4, 2015
- Rewiring SharePoint Around End User Experiences May 4, 2015
- Link Information Architecture to Productivity Feb 18, 2015
- Build Better Knowledge Management Jan 6, 2015
- 7 Reasons Why Facebook at Work Will Fail Nov 18, 2014