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Re: What CEOs should know about SharePoint

On July 31, 2012, Posted by , in Consulting, Product Management, tags , With Comments Off on Re: What CEOs should know about SharePoint

My RSS reader picked up a new article at AIIM titled – AIIM Study: What CEOs Should Know About Microsoft SharePoint. The key point in my opinion was: …68 percent of SharePoint implementation decisions are made by the CIO or IT manager despite the fact that a single system is…

Improving SharePoint Adoption

On April 20, 2012, Posted by , in Business Process Management, Consulting, Information Technology, User Experience, tags , With Comments Off on Improving SharePoint Adoption

I have another new blog post at KnowledgeLake – Improving SharePoint Adoption Jonathan Collins at memeburn wrote a new blog post – 7 Top tips for getting your company rolling with Microsoft SharePoint.  In my mind, the first 3 points are key to a successful SharePoint implementation – 1. Top…

PowerShell quick list of SQL Users with SysAdmin Role

On February 6, 2012, Posted by , in Consulting, Development, Information Technology, tags , , With Comments Off on PowerShell quick list of SQL Users with SysAdmin Role

Here’s a link to a quick script from Max Trinidad to list SQL Users with the SysAdmin role. Here’s a quick way to start getting a list of SQL Server users having “SysAdmin” Role.  Basically, I’m using SQLPS module (now available with SQL Server 2012) which loads all the SMO…

PowerShell Consulting

On January 30, 2012, Posted by , in Consulting, Development, Information Technology, tags , , , With Comments Off on PowerShell Consulting

PowerShell MVP Don Jones has a new article about the growing need for PowerShell consultants – PowerShell experts to help IT departments automate using PowerShell. In the past few weeks, I’ve heard from a dozen or more organizations that are starting internal projects to automate specific tasks using PowerShell. Try…