SEF 2017​

On September 6 - September 9 it is time for the SEF conference ” Lessons Learned ".
The venue for this year’s event is the ship Baltic Queen. SEF will take you from Stockholm (Sweden) to Tallinn (Estonia). The conference will start at Wednesday morning September 6 in Stockholm harbor. The cruising ship will leave the harbor in Stockholm in the evening, we will arrive in Tallinn at Thursday morning and remain on the ship during the day. We will then leave the ship and take busses to a hotel in Tallinn for check in over the night. SEF have a reservation at a popular restaurant where we will meet up in the evening for a joined dinner. Day 3 will start with a great hotel breakfast and then your day is free. Those of you who wants can sign up for a sightseeing bus tour when you register for the event. We will meet up on the cruising ship in the evening for “ask the speakers” and prize giving. The ship will leave Tallinn harbor later in the evening and return back in Stockholm 9 of September 10:15 in the morning.
During these two days SEF will offer a dream team of speakers with the most interesting seminars available today in these product areas. The majority of the SEF speakers are frequently engaged by Microsoft to speak at conferences like TechEd, SharePoint Conferences and PDC worldwide, and built their popular presentations on their extensive experiences of many and demanding real-world implementations. Most of these speakers are popular twitters, and also have very popular blogs, and many of them are authors of popular books in their fields. This ensures that you will learn something really valuable that you can use in your organization, not just something that theoretically should work.
An equally important goal of SEF is to create opportunities for social networking between participants, speakers and exhibitors - we have perhaps the most lavish conference dinner offered at a conference in Sweden today. You will socialize in a relaxed and friendly environment, to make it easy for you to get new friends and valuable contacts, and to reconnect with old friends. Throughout the evening you also have a great opportunity to ask the speakers those questions you did not have a chance to ask during the seminar.
The conference content is focused on SharePoint online & on-prem, Office 365, OneDrive, MS Teams, Delve, Skype, plus MS Office. The level of the seminars varies from general to deep technical presentation, and the goal is that everyone, regardless of technical background, will find something that is interesting.
We have a carefully selected group of exhibitors that offer products or services around the products that SEF focus on, so take the chance to learn about new and smart products. They have special prices during the conference, and offers fun contests to win exciting prizes! The Gold-Sponsors will have a speaking slot at SEF, so take the opportunity to learn more about their product by attending their seminars.
Several authors will give away copies of their books, so take the chance to get a signed book directly from the author.
We all look forward to seeing you at this year’s SEF.
Goran Husman
Human Data Sweden














September 6 - September 9 


Cruising ship Baltic Queen, taking us to Tallinn (Estonia). A night at Hotel & SPA in Tallinn and then back with the cruising ship to Stockholm (Sweden).

Price per person (VAT/Moms not included)

Double Cabin - 8 200 SEK
Single Cabin - 8 995 SEK
Round trip cruise (2days) - 7 500 SEK (single/double)

Are you a student? Please contact us for more information on prices.
The price includes: conference fee, cruising fee, food and beverages for 3 days, 2 nights stay in a seaview cabin (A-cabin), night at Hotel in Tallinn.
Round trip Cruise includes: conference fee 2 days, food and baverages, stay in a seaview cabin (A-cabin)
VAT will be added to all prices. Refunds will not be given for cancellations or non-attendance.


IT-Pro (level 300-400)

IT Pros are responsible for the care and feeding of server farms, Web applications, Active Directory, Exchange and SQL Server. While many developers may also share these responsibilities and will learn from these sessions, they are mainly focused on the Best Practices for system administrators. 

Developer (level 300-400)

Developers and designers have many similar responsibilities when it comes to working with SharePoint servers and other products, and many times are the same people. Because of this fact, there will be many sessions that will appeal to both developers and Web designers. 

BDM (Business decision makers) (level 100-200)

Include business users, end users, site collection administrators, trainers, project managers and anyone who requires a firm understanding of the end user experience in SharePoint. Many administrators, developers, and designers will also find these sessions to be valuable in defining the Best Practices in areas such as site collection management, document management, and business process management.