W14: PowerPivot is an innovative data analysis technology thatredefines how organizations of all kinds deliver and succeed with business intelligence (BI). The focus shifts from IT delivering corporate BI solutions to a managed BI collaboration environment that gives users the power to get timely and reliable information to make more relevant decisions. PowerPivot does not… READ MORE
Th14: Although Microsoft has addressed within SharePoint 2010many of the concerns that were levelled against previous versions in relation to the field of Enterprise Content Management there are still areas where challenges remain. In this session we will examine some of these challenges that customers face when adopting SharePoint as their primary Enterprise Content Management… READ MORE
W21: Learn about the critical best practices and considerationsfor optimizing and growing SharePoint farms, storing user data efficiently and securely, while backing up TB’s a data in minutes. RBS (Remote Blob Store) and Virtualization, are just two of the many techniques discussed in this session. Realize the considerations for providing fast, automated disaster recovery for… READ MORE
T24: The SharePoint Designer tool in the 2007 release wasn’teveryone’s favorite customization tool. But with SharePoint 2010 and SharePoint Designer 2010, everybody should give this tool a new chance. Many of the limitations of the previous release are removed and lots of brand new functionality is introduced. This session brought the highlights and show some… READ MORE
W27: Who is to blame? SharePoint? SQL? For many admins,SharePoint is the biggest and most important SQL Server application they manage. But how? In this session, we give an overview on planning, installation and management of SQL Server for SharePoint. We also explain how SharePoint uses SQL and cover best practices from the SharePoint and… READ MORE
W19: This presentation explored the alignment between thecapabilities of SharePoint 2010 and real business needs for team, department and enterprise -level collaboration, using real world examples of best practices for developing a roadmap for success, and exploring the non-technical factors that have the potential to make or break the success of collaboration within your enterprise.
In the past, integrating multifunctional devices with SharePoint had been significantly difficult to achieve especially when the integration needed to take place not only on one Multifunctional device but on a heterogeneous fleet of devices. No wonder you can find all kinds of technical forums that have “SharePoint integration” as the topic of discussion and desperate administrators searching for help.
It is still a hard nut to crack for many IT specialists all around the world. Getting a fleet of multifunctional devices integrated with SharePoint and continuously maintaining and updating all of the configurations needed for a smooth documents workflow (just think of all the different user rights for specific folders, sites etc.), is a daunting task to be sure.
To give you an insight into the European SharePoint Conference we have highlighted the ITDM Tracks on Tuesday the 18th October
Mike Fitzmaurice, Nintex, USA who will be presenting a track on “What to Avoid to Ensure Workflow Projects Succeed” at 12:15am
Most large companies running on SAP are increasingly deploying SharePoint as an enterprise-wide business productivity and collaboration platform. With a growing number of business users feeling comfortable in the SharePoint environment, there is an opportunity to leverage SharePoint as a platform for accelerating SAP transactions. But exactly which business processes does it make sense to automate with an SAP/SharePoint integrated approach?