Category Archives: SharePoint

O365 Architecting SharePoint – Connecting The Dots: Part II

If you haven’t, please review Part I prior to reading the rest of this article. So, the question posed of me recently was this, “How Do We Get There“? Now that our consulting team has worked with Executive Leadership, major … Continue reading

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O365 Architecting SharePoint – Connecting The Dots: Part I

Reflecting On The Problem Our best intentions may be a combination of fun and frustration without the following: – Knowledge: Thorough Awareness – Skills: Trained Experience. – Intelligence: Executed Application. – Wisdom: Insightful Intelligence. DOT Fun – Knowledge is awareness … Continue reading

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InfoPath 2010 Form List vs Library Template Features

Products:  SharePoint InfoPath 2010 New with SharePoint 2010 is the ability to customize the layout and presentation of a list directly from the ribbon.  In one (1) click you have access to the current version of the InfoPath Form. Since … Continue reading

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SharePoint Governance = Rules of Driving

Governance speaks about “the rules of the game”.  Whether it be people, process or technology related, the players in the game need to understand the big picture or context. Example: Rules Of The Road License …everyone needs to have taken a … Continue reading

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SharePoint Enterprise vs Community Site

Products:  SharePoint 2007, 2010, 2013 I am working with a client and needed a list of characteristics to answer the ultimate requirements and questions related to Enterprise versus Community sites.  This list is not conclusive and each requirement is often … Continue reading

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Intranet Content & Utility

Product:  SharePoint 2007, 2010, 2013 ROI As the business users are already a captive audience of intranet users, I am more focused on providing utility from SharePoint (90%) versus the overall graphic design features (10%). Sometimes that additional 10% can … Continue reading

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SharePoint and WordPress Features Comparison

Updates [as of 2013-04-22] WordPress.org has 1,700+ themes available WordPress.org has plug-ins for content publishing workflows Scope of Comparison The scope of this comparison is the internal business environment where content usability is primary and presentation is secondary.  Why?  Because we don’t … Continue reading

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