During the recent SPC11 keynote presentation, Jeff Teper of Microsoft stood tall and proud and stated: “Governance is not an issue in SharePoint 2010… we have lots of customers doing it on a large scale
To re-iterate a bit from Nick and Christian’s posts, the whole reason for these commentaries was based on something Jeff Teper stated at the recent SharePoint Conference, which was as follows: Governance is not an issue in SharePoint 2010
” Thus declared Jeff Teper of Microsoft at the Microsoft SharePoint Conference 2011 Keynote Address this week
The role of Enterprise Content Management (ECM) is well established. Smart companies realize they need to manage their critical assets – both paper based and those that are born digital – to control costs, improve profitability and to maintain compliance efforts. The role...
At the SharePoint Conference in Anaheim last week, Microsoft VP Jeff Teper even stated that "governance is not an issue in SharePoint 2010
As a member of the SharePoint team I was there when we celebrated with the team gathering in Microsoft’s Building 16 to hear from the father of SharePoint , Jeff Teper
Because it validates the model Jeff Teper and team set out 10+ years ago to create a "point" where everything can be "shared" SharePoint becomes the Center of the Universe … Mobile is ubiquitous, cars drive themselves and phones without wires are used everywhere
As proven by the market stats. Jeff Teper, the Father of SharePoint , should be very proud
(stay tuned for more …)  Jeff Teper, Corporate VP for SharePoint, Microsoft Corp. at the 2009 Microsoft SharePoint Conference #InfoPath #ElectronicRecordsManagement #forms #microsoft #SharePoint
My father served in Vietnam in the earliest days of the war. Only a few years out of West Point, my dad advised the South Vietnamese Army on the latest military tactics to use against the Communist forces from the North. One of my father’s primary missions was supporting the defoliation...
After we designed it, Jeff Teper decided that there were too many international jurisdictions with conflicting records management rules to add these capabilities to the SharePoint code base