Last Wednesday at the Microsoft SharePoint Conference in Las Vegas – in a clear lapse of judgment – harmon.ie named me the seventh most influential SharePoint person for 2014. Read more in Announcing the Top 25 SharePoint Influencers for 2014 on the harmon.ie blog.
I’m honored and humbled to be recognized as even in the same league as the other 24 people on the list. They are some of the smartest and most dedicated people in the SharePoint community. I hardly belong there with them. Thanks to harmon.ie for the recognition. Thanks also to anyone out there who finds my musings and activities useful and voted for me for this honor.
The Top 10
- Andrew Connell, Co-Founder, Co-Host, Microsoft Cloud Show (@andrewconnell).
- Joel Oleson, Global Collaboration Evangelist, Community Builder and Strategist (@joeloleson).
- Todd Klindt, SharePoint Consultant, Rackspace Hosting (@toddklindt).
- Christian Buckley, Chief Evangelist, Metalogix (@buckleyplanet).
- Laura Rogers, Senior SharePoint Consultant, Rackspace Hosting (@WonderLaura).
- Jeremy Thake, VP of Global Product Innovation, AvePoint Inc. (@jthake).
- Marc D. Anderson, Management and Technology Consultant, Sympraxis Consulting LLC (@sympmarc).
- Dux Raymond Sy, VP of Customer Strategy & Solutions, AvePoint Public Sector (@meetdux).
- Jeff Willinger, Director of Collaboration, Social Business and Intranets, Rightpoint, World-wide SharePoint Speaker and Evangelist (@jwillie).
- Spencer Harbar, Managing Director, Triumph Media Limited, Enterprise Architect, Microsoft (@harbars)
As a service to the business community, harmon.ie has commissioned the third annual ranking of the “Top 25 SharePoint Influencers.” Prominent industry analyst Dana Gartner and Scratch Marketing + Media were tapped to identify those leaders who are helping others navigate the SharePoint/Yammer platform. Based on a finalist list of top 100 SharePoint professionals, a weighted formula was used to identify the top 25 U.S. SharePoint influencers. Selection was based on: each professional’s SharePoint knowledge and business impact; digital and social presence and influence; blog reach and frequency; depth of SharePoint topic coverage; citations by other influential bloggers; and more than 3,000 qualified community votes.