Another Version of SharePoint = Same Basic Problem

On August 29, 2016, Posted by , in Enterprise Content Management, tags , , , With Comments Off on Another Version of SharePoint = Same Basic Problem

I was reading a new article on CMS Wire talking about the history of SharePoint and the new version that Microsoft has just released. Ask not what SharePoint can do for you, discusses both the progress that Microsoft has made with SharePoint throughout the products life-cycle, but also how many…

Microsoft’s Internal Cloud Migration

On August 12, 2016, Posted by , in Enterprise Content Management, Information Technology, tags , With Comments Off on Microsoft’s Internal Cloud Migration

One of the key¬†factors to successful products is the concept of Dog-fooding; being your number 1 client and consumer of your product. Companies that use their own products tend to identify and correct problem areas quickly. Microsoft is a great example of this. Before they started pushing everyone else to…

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…

SharePoint Design: Business Outcomes versus Requirements

On June 28, 2012, Posted by , in Product Management, tags , With Comments Off on SharePoint Design: Business Outcomes versus Requirements

A NetworkWorld post by Susan Hanley grabbed my attention – “Designing SharePoint Solutions: Start with the business problem and look backwards!” The article gives some great advice on how to approach SharePoint design decision trade-offs: Start with understanding the business problem you are trying to solve. Identify the key stakeholders…