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10 Strategy Considerations for SharePoint 2013 Upgrade You’re likely to Miss

Social Compliance

My session at SharePoint Conference is on Social Intranet strategy on Thursday at noon SPC 291 (Lando 4204-4306) at #SPC14.  In the process, Shane Young was reaching out asking for best practices and considerations around upgrade.  I put together this list as I was… Continue Reading “10 Strategy Considerations for SharePoint 2013 Upgrade You’re likely to Miss”

Top 10 Blog Legacy Posts from CollabShow.com and SharePoint Joel

End of Year is a great time for reflections… here’s a look at the Top 10 posts of the year (not in order).  Look for my SharePoint 2014 Predictions in my next post.  This list includes blog posts were written prior and after the… Continue Reading “Top 10 Blog Legacy Posts from CollabShow.com and SharePoint Joel”

Merry Christmas and Happy Holidays #DCLights

Merry Christmas SharePoint DC

I hope you and your family are having a great time together.  This time of year in the United States and much of the Western world is Christmas, Hanukah, and is a season of spending time with family and friends.  This year I got… Continue Reading “Merry Christmas and Happy Holidays #DCLights”

SharePoint Community: Cease and Desist Using SharePoint Improperly

SharePoint Usage

<Update>I’m pleased to say @sharepoint has informed me this was an isolated incident, and according to a post on reddit they are working to restore the Facebook page. (Thanks for listening!) This apparently is not a big crackdown on branding guidelines in the community… Continue Reading “SharePoint Community: Cease and Desist Using SharePoint Improperly”

SharePoint is NOT Dead and even on-prem is alive and well!

SharePoint IS NOT DEAD

Monty Python comes to mind… the classic black knight skit from the “Monty Python and The Holy Grail” movie with Office 365 as the white knight… “It’s merely a flesh wound.” Right now it’s very popular to say SharePoint is dead.  Seems like everyone… Continue Reading “SharePoint is NOT Dead and even on-prem is alive and well!”