Tag Archive | "MOSS"

SharePoint and eDiscovery Challenges

August 17, 2010 6 comments

Editor’s Note: This post is a featured guest post by one of our IAI University Partners, Barry Murphy from the eDiscoveryJournal. Microsoft SharePoint has spread like wildfire through organizations of all shapes and sizes.  SharePoint delivers real business benefits by enabling collaboration in efficient ways, providing ways to track versions of documents edited by multiple […]

Q&A: Extending SharePoint in the Cloud Webinar

March 15, 2010 6 comments

On February 23, 2010, I was a featured speaker on the SpringCM webinar entitled “Making SharePoint Work.”  The slides from the presentation can be found here. SharePoint Extending into the Cloud View more presentations from Carl Frappaolo. Additionally you can listen to the archive of the webinar. In the webinar, I reference a survey and […]

Q&A: SharePoint Webinar and Whitepaper (Part 6)

March 2, 2009 8 comments

This is it – the final post containing questions from the SharePoint webinar I presented on January 28, 2009.  Previous questions and answers can be found in Parts 1, 2, 3, 4, and 5.  As well, the recorded webinar, during which many questions were answered, can be downloaded. The questions in this post are the […]

Q&A: SharePoint Webinar and Whitepaper (Part 5)

February 26, 2009 9 comments

This is the fifth post in which I provide answers to questions that were posed, but not answered during the webinar I conducted on SharePoint. (See Parts 1, 2, 3, and 4 for additional questions and answers.  You may also listen to the recorded webinar, during which many other questions were addressed as well.) This […]

IAM Presenting: Who’s the Boss, MOSS?

February 23, 2009 No comments yet

Microsoft Office SharePoint Server began to take the ECM world by storm with the introduction of MOSS2007. 2007 was the year in which Microsoft realized that it could make (nearly without trying, or without coordinated effort – YET) a billion dollars USD through the sales of an ECM platform. The presentation embedded in this post […]

Q&A: SharePoint Webinar and Whitepaper (Part 4)

February 19, 2009 No comments yet

This is the fourth post in which I answer questions that were posed, but not answered during the webinar on SharePoint. (Parts 1, 2 and 3 also contain related questions and answers.) You may listen to the recorded webinar, during which many other questions were answered. This post has a theme to it – Records […]

Q&A: SharePoint Webinar and Whitepaper (Part 3)

February 16, 2009 No comments yet

This is the third post in which I answer questions that were posed, but not answered during the webinar on SharePoint.  (Part 1 and Part 2 also contain related questions and answers.) As always, but especially on this topic, given its relative immaturity, I encourage any of you that have similar or conflicting opinions, insights […]

Q&A: SharePoint Webinar and Whitepaper (Part 2)

February 9, 2009 1 comment

This is my second post in which I answer questions that were posed but not answered during the webinar on SharePoint. (See earlier post for additional Q&A, and original post for details on the SharePoint study and the slides from the webinar) You may still listen to the recorded webinar during which many other questions […]

Q&A: SharePoint Webinar and Whitepaper (Part 1)

February 4, 2009 3 comments

On January 28, 2009, I was the featured speaker at the AIIM webinar entitled “SharePoint:  Fact and Fiction. An overview of key findings and the slides I used during the webinar were presented in an earlier post, and commentary offered by attendees of the webinar were also posted earlier. The focus of this posting (and […]

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