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Why I don't need SharePoint

Let’s get this out of the way right from the start: I don’t use Microsoft SharePoint . I’m not saying that it’s a bad product or that it doesn’t satisfy anyone, quite the opposite in fact. SharePoint is a good product, serving millions of customers and at the...

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Welcome 2012

As far as years go, 2011 wasn’t one of the best. Personally, I started the year in the care of a physical therapist struggling to mend a shoulder injury. Turning to business, and keeping in mind the business that we are in (insuring nuclear power facilities), 2011 brought us a little bit...

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You Can’t Start with SharePoint

I recently had the opportunity to speak to a group of people at the University of Connecticut about ECM and SharePoint. One of the things people tell me that they like about my presentations, and my SharePoint Stories blog, is that I include the things that didn’t go according to plan....

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The Lasting Impact of Canadians in Records and Information Management

In honour of Canada Day today (and yes, "honour" is spelled with a "u"), I thought I would share the significant contribution Canadians have made to the information and records management industry. I'm not sure why it is that Canada seems to have had a disproportionate...

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A Single Identity?

In a comment to a prior post ( http://ermcommunity.org/erm/blog/records-management-20#comment-61 ), James Lappin noted that Facebook and Twitter are pushing to become the identity platforms for the internet and compared this to Microsoft's Active Directory inside the firewall. He asked, ...

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