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Proselyte, or How I Learned to Manage SharePoint Debt

I have a professional crush. Gary Hewett of Technical Magic manages the infrastructure of a well-known records and information management group. I’ve had the privilege of working with him for the past year and a half. Simply put, he is an incredible teacher. Together we plunged deep...

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Migrating to SharePoint 2010: Home Makeover MOSS Edition

It's snowtime ... no, showtime. What I mean is migrating +100 GIG of documents, schematics, and media files from our MOSS production server to our looming SharePoint 2010 launch. The snow metaphor is an apt post-Groundhog parable to describe the towering piles of content that threaten to...

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The SharePoint effect

'SharePoint is ubiquitous'. Ubiquitous (adj.) is defined as 'Being or seeming to be everywhere at the same time; omnipresent'. Microsoft has certainly invested heavily on marketing SharePoint, but they have also invested heavily in Zune. Why is SharePoint an unbelievable...

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Many Happy Returns on 2011 SharePoint Investments

The lame duck Congress had just tackled an entire term's worth of legislation and I heard one pundit say "it's time to get out of the prediction business." It is amazing what a public shaming and self-preservation can accomplish together in such a short time. However, nothing...

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MOSS to MOSS Resuscitation

Information Today's KMWorld held its first ever SharePoint Symposium this past week in Washington DC. A personal highlight was when one of the presenters summoned the cognitive glue that drew an affirming nod in the gallery and binds many KM managers to our critical and often measurement...

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Records Management Mise-en-Place in MOSS 2010, or More Oleson and Wagner

In Oleson and Wagner’s SharePoint Governance Plan from 2007, the pictorial model on page 16 focuses on ungoverned (My Sites, project team sites, and department and team sites) versus governed documentation (divisional and corporate portals). As I type late into this evening, a few...

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