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SharePoint in Three Words

SharePoint is a Platform. SharePoint is an Application. SharePoint can be boiled down into just three words. The following three words came from Mark Rackley aka The SharePoint Hillbilly . He spoke about these during his session at SharePoint TechCon : “...

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New Grocery in town! Why you should care

New Grocery in town! Why you should care When my finance tells me to come with her to the grocery store, my reaction is just short of a 2 year-olds temper tantrum. I’m not the best person to shop with. So obviously when she wanted to head over to Dublin, CA to check out the new...

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If you have OCD you love Taxonomy!

Taxonomies are not fun, unless you have OCD. But they are far better than folders, and an opportunity for organizations to unify the categorization of their content. In my last blog post “ Folders are the new F word ”, I talked briefly about taxonomy and its value. I received...

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Why Folders are the new "F" word

Why are folders the new F word? It’s not because I promote disorganization. Quite the opposite. Folders only give you the perception of organization. Real organization happens with meta-data. In the below video blog I talk about why folders are bad. The key points are that folders...

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You can capture but can you organize

When I was just a document imaging jockey I thought everything started with a scan and ended with high quality electronic files or data streams exported. I soon realized that getting people to scan, or even recognize the paper in their hands was like pulling teeth. I also discovered that once...

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The Social Organization: Part I

Why can't our professional lives be as enriched and connected as Facebook makes our personal lives? Facebook allows us to develop and foster personal relationships, have conversations with those we care about, and engage in activities both online and in-person. In a single social...

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Meanwhile, Back at the Farm

Whenever I go to a conference like Info360, I come back with my head full of ideas, but I like to find one thing I can focus on right away. This year, that will be “Findability”. I’ll pass up the opportunity to poke fun at the fact that Office doesn’t recognize that as a...

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Remember – They Have a Day Job

Today’s title is the most important bit of advice I can give you to consider about your users when deploying SharePoint. Seriously, your job is SharePoint, or something that caused you to select SharePoint as a solution, but their job is accounts payable, or engineering, or human resources...

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The dawn of service economy

Reading Josh Bernoff and Ted Schadler's "Empowered" inspired me two conclusions : - marketing is being replaced by service. - to be able to deliver a customized service to customers and even prospects, those who are virtually "in front of them" need to behave...

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Dear IT Guy, Can You Actually Use the Tool You’re Creating?

Do the top developers for Google’s Android operating system use Blackberries? Do the IT guys developing Windows 7 use Macs? Do the folks at WordPress use Blogger to host their personal blogs? These are purposely ridiculous questions – wouldn’t the best developers use...

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