If you are a small group of people that all work in the same office it might not matter as much but if you organization has multiple offices and/or remote workers then that My Site could be the first thing they see about you. When I look at a person's My Site and it has no information it gives me a lukewarm feeling about this person
The answer is currently about 60\40 in that 60% of organizations are rolling out My Sites and 40% are in a “wait and see” pattern and are struggling with legal & compliance or leadership who have serious concerns about rolling out My Sites
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If you were using My Sites in SharePoint 2007, there was a high likelihood you were using My Links...If you haven’t noticed yet, SharePoint 2010 My Sites don’t have My Links by default (on the profile area)
The photo would normally be stored in a person’s personal site...It then places the thumbnails into a directory named User Photos in the My Site host
Is the social nature of SharePoint 2010’s MySites putting your information at risk? Would you know if it was? These are questions I thought I knew the answer to, but now I am not so sure. Late last week, we experienced a ripple in the space-time continuum that keeps SharePoint aligned with...
Microsoft SharePoint Portal Server (SPS) 2003 (2 full SharePoint releases ago) had My Site (social) capabilities but it was before its time and management, legal, compliance, and CIOs were rightfully concerned and doing their due diligence in seeing how this new feature, along with others, such as blogs and wikis would positively or negatively affect their organization
We are currently building a site to support our company’s Wellness program. The site will feature information about healthy living, and we will be administering a program to track points (for both healthy living and activity) and provide the ability to redeem those points for rewards
In a virtual setting like SharePoint whether we're dressed for success or just to schlep depends on who sees what -- especially when those sites and pages are arranged to attract specific communities within our midst
* You'll have your own My Site for sharing access with your project teams (... and you won't have the knowledge police on your tail to tag your stuff before you do so)
Our users are no more likely to preen in front of their My Sites mirrors than we are to accept pop-up ads from our competitors to defray the cost of our upgrade to SharePoint 2010