Do you have enough fingers to count the number of “Systems” in your organization? These systems, lovingly called Line of Business applications, or LOBs for short, are critical for daily work. But the software and infrastructure powering them are often very complex mixtures of on-premise apps and cloud tools. And they are hard to change. When someone has a great idea on how to improve processes, how do you begin?
CloudShare is headed to SharePoint Saturday and the Microsoft Worldwide Partner Conference in Toronto! Read the rest of this entry »
SharePoint 2010 includes great, new features for enabling Enterprise Content Management ECM, Records Management RM, and Document Imaging.
When using SharePoint as an ECM platform, limited planning is a warning sign for a disaster to come. You must be willing to spend the time to plan your SharePoint deployment, or you will fail. Read the rest of this entry »
Taxonomy is a difficult concept. Correctly developing taxonomy in SharePoint 2010 takes that difficulty to the next level. You’ll be surprised to learn that taxonomy development is really not all that complex but very easy to get wrong. This post highlights considerations for planning taxonomy in SharePoint 2010.
One of the great features that came in SharePoint 2010 is the tool for eDiscovery. What is eDiscovery? The process of collecting and analyzing content related to some litigation or an official request. It’s a big deal and this post discusses preparations you need to make in SharePoint to be ready.
Immerse yourself in SharePoint this Saturday with CloudShare’s Chris Riley. Where? At SharePoint Saturday Los Angeles.
SharePoint Saturday is FREE, open to the public, and it’s coming to Los Angeles on April 14th.
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 »
I’m not just a CloudShare’er, I’m also an ECM pro, hence all those crazy acronyms after my name IOAp, ECMp, CAPTUREp etc. Before joining CloudShare, and discovering the power of Dev/Test in the Cloud, my job was to help companies stand-up SharePoint for the specific purpose of Enterprise Content Management (ECM). Even before SharePoint I was a part of the ECM elite with a group called AIIM ( www.aiim.org ). But what does it mean to be an ECM Pro?
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