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Partners ARE your Scaling Factor

To Partner or Not to Partner? There is No Wrong Answer Not every business is designed to be partner oriented or partner friendly...Partners carry your message to the world

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Business Critical SharePoint

It is titled the "Business Critical SharePoint Program" and it is intended for Microsoft partners focused on delivering business critical solutions for their clients using SharePoint

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Social, it's in Microsoft's DNA

SharePoint’s success and widespread adoption demonstrates the power of community, innovation within the community, and the economic benefit shared by all -- including partners, integrators, suppliers, customers. In early October, I had the opportunity to attend the SharePoint Conference and attended a presentation from Microsoft that had some incredible numbers about SharePoint success that rival any consumer focused technology. 125+million licenses sold 20000 users added daily 93000+ partners 65000+ customers

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New to the AIIM Expert Community

While evangelism can mean different things to different companies, my role is split into three categories: product management (helping shape the direction, and specific features within, our products), partner development (identifying and supporting them), and community development (thought leadership, content, and events)

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In SharePoint, Social Tools = Personal Productivity

Users are chomping at the bit to deploy and use the new, natively supported social media features in SharePoint 2010, and looking to the Microsoft partner ecosystem to extend their capabilities outside of the box

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Looking at SharePoint Beyond the Social Buzz

Regardless of version used, SharePoint users are anxious to figure out how Yammer will fit into their organization, how to best take advantage of the natively supported social features, or how extend all of it with the help of the Microsoft partner ecosystem

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Social Business Virtual Event: Andy MacMillan, Today's Successful Businesses are Social Businesses

Some examples are internal changes, some are externalizing their social business model and creating communities with their customers and partners. The results are spectacular

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Making Social Collaboration Transparent

Over the past several months, I've been talking with customers and partner organizations about how they measure the success of their collaboration efforts today -- and am shocked at how much companies really understand about what is happening within their environments

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