Many people claim to be SharePoint experts. I myself have used the phrase, “Yeah, I’m a SharePoint expert”, and not only in videos where I’m making fun of myself. But, I also realize how dangerous it can be to call yourself an expert at anything. Read the rest of this entry »
Things I love:
- Activity feeds
- CloudShare happy hour
Things I hate:
- Being CCed on emails
- Apps without activity feeds
One of the elements of development and testing is moving structure and content to your development environment. Once you build a solution, you need to move what you built back to your production environment. In the world of SharePoint, this process, depending on what type of solution you build, can be a few button clicks, or involve some coding.
Here at Cloudshare, we get lots of questions about moving files, content and applications into your ProPlus VMs. And in response, we explain that the Cloudshare application has two facilities for accomplishing this: File Sharing and Cloud Folders. Read the rest of this entry »
Last week, I presented at the AIIM 2012 conference on the topic of “the cloud.” When it comes to the cloud, there is one issue that raises the most concern; the issue of security. My response to the common question, “Is the cloud secure?” is that security can no longer be used as an excuse to avoid the Cloud. I’d like to tell you why.
What a difference a year makes!
Having just come from the AIIM 2012 conference, I realize how things have changed. A year ago, the iPad was a fad, social meant Facebook, and the cloud was a place on the internet that people were scared of, most of all your Director of IT. Read the rest of this entry »
Thank you to our friends at Collaboris, (@MarkQJones), for the mention on their blog. Their post below:
CloudShare’s Chris Riley, @hoardinginfo, and Daniel O’Leary, @danieloleary, are back to their evangelism and juggling ways. Today, they’re both presenting at The AIIM Conference in San Francisco. Read the rest of this entry »