Tag: Speakers

SharePoint Browser Support Matrix
SharePoint Browser Support Matrix
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With SharePoint 2010 SP1 support for Chrome and new support on reports and scorecards for iPad on iOS5 with the December CU… It’s definitely time to revisit Browser support. Please refer to “Plan Browser support (SharePoint 2010)” and “Plan for mobile devices” for the latest Official Microsoft details.

You Might Be a SharePoint Professional If...
You Might Be a SharePoint Professional If…
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I really think no explanation is needed. Hope this makes you smile.. Thanks again for being an awesome SharePoint community!

If you can only dream about working an 8 hour day, there’s a good chance you are a SharePoint professional.

Microsoft Certified Architect - Everything You Need to Know
Microsoft Certified Architect – Everything You Need to Know
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Last Friday I got the fantastic message that I had successfully passed the Microsoft Certified Architect – SharePoint 2010 (MCA) certification, something I’m really proud of – but something most of the community never ever heard of. During this weekend I’ve been pinged and messaged by a lots of people asking the question “What is a Microsoft Certified Architect?”. In this post I intend to answer it as thorough as possible, including my own personal aspects of it.

Increasing Our Focus on Adoption
Increasing Our Focus on Adoption
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One of the great things about traveling for my job is that I get more time to catch up on reading while traveling than I often have sitting at home. On a recent trip from Seattle to New York City, I was reading through a Harvard Business Review article on our current recession, and the impact on the technology sector. The article presented an interesting idea which correlates, I believe, to patterns in many SharePoint deployments: increasing productivity without increasing demand leads to resource disparities, to which many companies compensate by decreasing headcount – instead of retooling and reusing those people. That is my theory, anyway.

Resources for SharePoint Governance and Storage Optimization
Resources for SharePoint Governance and Storage Optimization
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As I’ve been traveling, I’ve received a number of questions from folks about where they can get my content to view “offline”, on the road, etc. With many thanks to Franklin Teagle, who spearheads our SharePoint Community Site, I can share with you a list of recent videos and recordings that he compiled. These are “live” recordings, with questions and answers, glitches, demos and “uh’s and ah’s”, but they’re a great way to catch up with some (if I may say so) pretty good SharePoint content

10 Virtues of a SharePoint Peep
10 Virtues of a SharePoint Peep
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In the recent #ShareJam where we discussed the community, I remember reflecting on why the SharePoint community was so special, but today I was thinking it’s not just the community that’s special, there’s some attributes that all SharePoint peeps have in common that make them fun sweet people to hang out with.

Cheating on Tests Less Likely if You Use SharePoint
Cheating on Tests Less Likely if You Use SharePoint
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Do you deliver online tests to employees (for compliance, certification or training purposes) or to students in college or university courses? If so, might your test-takers be less likely to cheat if you deliver tests or exams embedded in SharePoint than in a standalone application? The answer is possibly yes. Read on to find out more!

SharePoint Governance: Draw a Line in the Sand
SharePoint Governance: Draw a Line in the Sand
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Sometimes, you just have to stop trying to fix what is so broken that the cost of fixing doesn’t warrant the benefit. This is especially true of SharePoint governance.

During recent months, my work has focused heavily on helping organizations across all verticals and sizes tackle governance.