About

Prashant G Bhoyar is a Microsoft Office Server & Services MVP and Microsoft Certified Professional. He currently works as a Senior Consultant at WithumSmith+Brown, P.C. (formerly Portal Solutions), one of the top 30 accounting and advisory firms in the country. He is a trusted advisor and Subject Matter Expert and specializes in the development and post-implementation adoption of complex custom solutions in Office 365, SharePoint and Azure. Prashant has supported many government agencies and non-profit organizations in the Washington D.C. metropolitan area. Prashant was the co-author of the book “PowerShell for Office 365 “and was the technical reviewer for the book “Pro SharePoint 2013 Administration.” He serves on the leadership committee for the DC Metro Office 365 User Group and SharePoint Saturday Baltimore event and SharePoint Saturday Washington DC event. He actively speaks at technical conferences across the country, most recently in Raleigh, Seattle, New York, New Orleans, Chicago, Houston, Baltimore, Philadelphia, as well as, at many events throughout North America. Prashant is a recipient of the “Antarctic Service Medal of the United States of America” for his outstanding service in Antarctica.

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One Response to About

  1. Phil Kaiser says:

    Hi Prashant. A colleague of mine recently heard you present on InfoPath at a SharePoint Saturday in Malvern, PA. Within my organization, there seems to be confusion over the topic of InfoPath and SP2013. Will those items developed in InfoPath function when we roll out SP2013 ? If so, will it take some sort of extra effort to make things work ? Thanks for any insight on this topic ! Simply trying to get ahead of the “curve” on this topic … as it feels like we may be behind it !

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