Behind the scenes at the European SharePoint Conference we asked our SharePoint superstars the one question on everyone lips “What does the future hold for SharePoint?”
Earlier this year, there was a great article by Jason Hiner, Editor in Chief of TechRepublic, in which he provides guidance on the habits to avoid if innovation is in any way important to your company or team (and I’m guessing that it is). The title is an attention-getter, and got me thinking: what are the quickest ways to kill innovation within SharePoint?
As Jason mentions in his article, it’s easier to mess things up than it is to get things right. That’s certainly true with SharePoint, where a clear understanding of your business objectives and careful planning, architecture, and execution are the key to success. While his broad business innovation-killers are certainly true in this context, there are a number of things which are unique to (or at least more relevant to) SharePoint.
Earlier this year, Microsoft released the next iteration of its cloud offering for customers: Microsoft Office 365 -including Exchange 2010, SharePoint 2010, Office Web Apps, and Lync 2010. This is a compelling set of cloud-based applications, compared with industry competitors such as Google.
Th6- The use of Managed Meta Data in SharePoint seems to betrivial. You link the managed meta data service application to the proxy group that you want to use in the webapplication, you add a managed meta data field to the list and link that to the termset you want to use. No magic here! But… READ MORE
T13 – Learn all about the architecture of the new capabilitiesfor digital assets in SharePoint 2010. As part of this session an example how – to portal with streaming video, previews, ratings and remote blog storage will be presented.
T29 – This session will first discuss the traditional knowledgemanagement model in which all knowledge items are stored in one single repository. We then move forward and discuss the multiple content repositories and how search plays a key role in aggregating the knowledge that is most relevant for them.
The presentation is going to speak about the key preconditionsfor a successful SharePoint implementation focused on the end users rate of adoption. The core message is that a careful planning must be done in communication and training plan, along with the technical side of the implementation. The solution must solve a sizable part of the… READ MORE
W1- With the releases of Microsoft Project 2010, Project Server2010, and SharePoint 2010 project management has reached new heights of flexibility, and power. Project Server 2010 provides a natural upsell story to SharePoint 2010 Server with eCAL. Learn about Microsoft’s Good, Better, and Best solution for work management. We will introduce the newly released project… READ MORE
T8- With Office365 a lot of admin stuff is managed by Microsoftin the cloud. During this session I will bust some myths about Office 365 (do you really lose control, is it really non customizable, …) and show lots of the capabilities IT pro’s still can expect in this environment. We will focus on demos… READ MORE
Rafal is a frequent and popular speaker at Microsoft events having presented at prestigious Bill Gates and Steve Ballmer conferences for over thirteen years. His ability to explain complex concepts in simplest terms is well known while his uniquely energetic speaking style should keep you engaged no matter how deep the subject may be.