What is Advanced Capture?

On August 30, 2016, Posted by , in Advanced Capture, Enterprise Content Management, tags , , , , With Comments Off on What is Advanced Capture?

Too frequently in the technology world we assume that everyone already knows all the lingo for whatever topic we happen to be talking about. As much as I try to avoid speaking in jargon, even I am guilty of not correctly establishing the basic concepts and vocabulary. In the Content…

Enterprise Monitoring

On August 5, 2016, Posted by , in Development, Information Technology, User Experience, tags , With Comments Off on Enterprise Monitoring

At Quest Software, I was a software development manager and co-architect of vFoglight. My team designed the Dell vFoglight User Interface. As part of my work on vFoglight, I was issued a patent for Intelligent monitoring of virtualized systems. The patent relates to monitoring system performance of virtual machine(s) in the context…

5 Steps to SharePoint Architecture Planning

On February 12, 2012, Posted by , in Enterprise Content Management, tags , , , With Comments Off on 5 Steps to SharePoint Architecture Planning

Michael Porter has a discussion of a Steve Pogrebivsky post on the 5 critical steps to SharePoint Architecture planning. [Steve] focuses on the people and the needs first before diving into techno geek details. It’s about: 1. Understanding the current landscape of document, content, IA and culture 2. Know what…

Exchange 2010 Room List Report from PowerShell

On January 9, 2012, Posted by , in Information Technology, tags , , , With Comments Off on Exchange 2010 Room List Report from PowerShell

Mike Pfeiffer has a nice write up on querying a list of conference rooms in Exchange 2010 using PowerShell. If you work in an campus type of environment, where you have conference rooms spread out across multiple buildings or physical sites, you may have heard of the Room Finder functionality…