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Say you have a typical corporate site with a home page containing news, events and whatever else data you need on a typical site. Also, if it’s a typical corporate site, you’re also likely to have department sites and various team sites, some of which are site collections and other sub sites.
Here are another few photos from this years event in Barcleona. The SharePoint Community are vibrant, friendly and make this conference the best in Europe every year.
Thanks again for listening in to my webinar last week. You asked some questions and I have gotten around to answer these. Here we go!
MVP Eric Riz will be presenting a webinar on August 14th sharing his knowledge on how to make SharePoint strategic.
Jasper Oosterveld demonstrates how you can leverage the power of SharePoint Online and Yammer for external collaboration.
End user engagement (user adoption by any other name) and lack of a world class analytics engine are two of the biggest shortcomings of SharePoint. Could it be that there is a direct correlation between the two?
Personally, a content I would like to highlight is built around what's made me a community member, an SharePoint MVP, a techy smiley guy, a father and a person.
Being a little bit rebel regarding the limit of enumerating only 5 twitter accounts but for the simple reason that 5 isn't enough, another twitter accounts well worth mentioning are:
Recently I had the opportunity to test a cool tool from a great friend of mine Andre Lage (another SharePoint MVP, yes we MVPs tend to interact a lot).
Not 5 articles (again being a rebel), I rather enumerate top 5 great SharePoint content source with useful tips and tricks for devs, its and business users.