Stephen Barlow

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Stephen Barlow

  • Hands-on User Training
  • SharePoint Solution Design & Build
  • Council Solutions
  • Project Management
  • Requirements Definition & Analysis

Recently WPI required assistance from Stephen as they had been identified as a Major Hazard Facility. This resulted in a need for a review of their existing site procedures and documentation.

They required assistance on site to identify documentation best suited to being managed using SP along with library designs and page creation to get the document control and access requirements right.

Feedback from WPI is that they were really pleased with how the week went - they thought the approach was great with really good group meetings and decisions plus Stephen gave them a mini training session with staff to help them use SP in the right way. Enthusiasm is really high now. 

 

Dave Green
Information Services Manager
Winstone Pulp International Ltd

Stephen is a member of our Technical Support Team, specialising in on-prem and 365 SharePoint:

  • End user training and support
  • Power User, Discovery, and Systems Admin training
  • Site design and builds
  • SharePoint health checks and admin
  • Server builds and trouble-shooting

 

Stephen has a wealth of IT expertise, gained in over 30 years in the industry.

Before joining Information Leadership, Stephen was the IT Manager at MacKenzie District Council, responsible for managing all of council’s requirements and managing server and network needs. This including the implementation of SharePoint for document management and intranet.

Prior to this, Stephen was a Computing and Electronics technician for the University of Canterbury based at the Mt John Observatory in Lake Tekapo. Here he was responsible for the design, development and build of a system that controlled the Observatory telescopes and associated instruments for the duration of the 12 year experiment. Concurrently, Stephen worked with the University of Washington to manage equipment across research sites located at Mt John, McMurdo base and South Pole in Antarctica.

His time at Mackenzie District Council has given Stephen extensive insights into the unique challenges New Zealand Councils face. Stephen is looking forward to sharing his experience with other councils on behalf of Information Leadership. 


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