Today I am presenting a case study at the CASUG (Charlotte Area SharePoint User Group) meeting on what I have been implementing in SharePoint 2010.
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This article is an example of how to setup content syndication and managed metadata service (MMS) on a farm and publish the managed metadata service from that farm to another farm such that both content type syndication and the term store works on both farms. This was one of the requirements for our business and [...]
A blog is a chronological, categorized series of posts of information. On the Internet, aka the “blogosphere”, a blog can be anything from talking about your favorite soup to sharing the latest gossip about a celebrity. In the corporate world your blog are not your “thoughts” it is what you are working on. It is [...]
When it comes to social media and SharePoint, the 2010 version of SharePoint has taken Social to a whole new level. Contained in My Sites are the ability for users to provide status updates like you would find on Facebook, Tagging, “liking”, and Rating content are also included. This is really a new [...]
I attended a presentation from Christian Buckley at TEC2010 and this list of stupid things that will ruin social for your company cracked me up. I can say that I have tweeted or IM’d in a meeting of two before though Updating your status every 10 minutes Posting photos of the boss from the Christmas [...]
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At the May Charlotte Area SharePoint User Group meeting Time Cleveland and Steve Parker from Lowe’s IT Sourcing gave a presentation on how SharePoint has changed their department. They spoke of their experience of knowing nothing about SharePoint two years ago to the present day managing a site collection that serves over one thousand users.
Susan Hanley, SharePoint consultant and author, presented on Governance Planning at TEC 2010. She offered the top ten things to consider for SharePoint 2010 Governance Planning, Key Governance Considerations, and why Governance Planning is so important after all. She pointed out that success is not just about the technology. In fact the technology comprises roughly [...]
If you have ever used Twitter or Facebook and entered a status message then you will be instantly familiar with the new My Site Status feature in SharePoint 2010. For those that are unfamiliar with the concept of a status message, the purpose is to provide an update on what you are working on to [...]
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