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My Symposium One-on-One Questions for Wednesday

by Guy Creese  |  October 24, 2012  |  1 Comment

Today at Symposium, topics that end-user clients want to discuss are: Tips for implementing SharePoint 2010 throughout the organization Mobile strategy for Office, SharePoint/Content Management E-discovery as it pertains to security in mobility SharePoint deployment SharePoint as a solution and what other enterprises are doing with it SharePoint best practices, the roadmap, and do’s and […]

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My Symposium One-on-One Questions for Tuesday

by Guy Creese  |  October 23, 2012  |  Comments Off

Today at Symposium, topics that end-user clients want to discuss are: Using SharePoint for document management and records management User experience platform (UXP) evolution and SharePoint Using a contract management system built on SharePoint; investigating using SharePoint for content management Microsoft SharePoint and records management Developing an e-government portal using SharePoint What are people doing […]

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My One-on-One Questions for Monday

by Guy Creese  |  October 21, 2012  |  Comments Off

I’m currently in Orlando, FL, getting ready to participate in Gartner Symposium/ITxpo. I’ll be running a workshop and a roundtable, as well as giving a presentation on a concept called, “Content Value Optimization.” These three events are the public side of my participation. But at a conference like Symposium, Gartner analysts spend more time talking […]

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Microsoft + Yammer = ?

by Guy Creese  |  June 15, 2012  |  2 Comments

For the past several days, rumors have been swirling around that Microsoft is about to buy Yammer. The Wall Street Journal is saying it’s a done deal, although neither Microsoft nor Yammer has made an official announcement. If this acquisition does come to pass, it will be interesting to see how it plays out. Microsoft […]


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SharePoint Conference 2011: Day 1

by Guy Creese  |  October 4, 2011  |  Comments Off

As I noted earlier, I’m at the SharePoint Conference in Anaheim, CA. My thoughts after day 1: Venue: I’d never been to the Anaheim Conference Center before but it’s very nice. It’s easy to get around, it’s relatively compact, and to get to the Anaheim Marriott is a 3-minute walk. Unfortunately, next year it’s slated […]

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Microsoft Office 365: The Market Impact

by Guy Creese  |  October 20, 2010  |  1 Comment

Yesterday, Microsoft announced Microsoft Office 365–announced being the operative word, since it won’t be in production until sometime in 2011. Office 365 unites BPOS (Business Productivity Online Suite), Microsoft Office Live Small Business, and Live@edu under one brand name. It adds an online enterprise version of the Office Web Apps to the portfolio, as well […]

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AIIM Report on SharePoint

by Guy Creese  |  July 7, 2010  |  Comments Off

Earlier in the week Jack Santos pointed me to a new AIIM report on SharePoint. (AIIM used to be an imaging organization; now it pitches itself as targeting the enterprise content management community. The report is free, but you need to register to download it.) The report makes for interesting reading. Some tidbits that leapt […]

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Burton Group Resources on SharePoint 2010

by Guy Creese  |  May 14, 2010  |  Comments Off

If you have questions about Microsoft SharePoint 2010–what are the new features, what are their business value, should we upgrade, etc.–Burton Group‘s Collaboration and Content Strategies service recently published a series of deep-dive reports on SharePoint 2010 that you may find useful. Note: a subscription to Burton Group services is required to access them: Larry […]

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