Lou is talking about the use of SharePoint at Lakewood High School, and how students are deeply involved. Some notes: – Lakewood has been using SharePoint since 2001. SharePoint 2010 was the eye-opening experience; “look at what we can do with this.” – CATNIP – Center for Advanced […]
The second day of the Australian SharePoint Conference 2014 is kicking off. John White (as he said, “a Canadian from Canadia”) is talking about Power BI (Business Intelligence). Some notes: – classic architecture – from source data, extract / transform / load, into a storage alternative, and then […]
Darrell Webster is talking about Office 365, user adoption, and WIIFM. Darrell is an enthusiast for Office 365 from a user perspective, works at ShareThePoint in New Zealand, and blogs at webster.net.nz. Key ideas: – Darrell saw a great need for training people how to use the tools. […]
Notes on “Melbourne Water Case Study: Engaging your Organisation in an Intranet Rebuild” (Rebecca Jackson)
Rebecca from Melbourne Water talked about lessons from an intranet rebuild at her organisation. Key ideas: – Engagement is important because it’s their intranet. – Go out and talk to people about their needs and requirements. Business people often won’t know; so need to do a lot more […]
Notes on “Making Sure That The SharePoint Solutions Your Team Has Created Don’t Go to Waste” (Lou Zulli, Jr)
Lou from the United States (Lakewood High School) is presenting on making sure your SharePoint solutions don’t go to waste. The aim is to improve user adoption of SharePoint solutions. I missed the beginning of the session – which was about creating a shared vision. The points I […]
The SharePoint Conference is kicking off in Australia today. Mark Rhodes, Introducing Guy for the First Part of the Conference – first conference in 2010; done 6 conferences since then. – … SharePoint 2010 was in beta in 2010. Everyone on SharePoint 2007. – … go and see […]
Vodafone’s Future:Now roadshow is coming to Wellington, Christchurch, and Auckland in June. I’ll be there, and taking part.
Today I presented the Doing Business with IBM Connections workshop in Switzerland, at the invitation of WebGate Consulting. WebGate is an IBM Premier Business Partner active in Switzerland and beyond. There were about 15 people attending the workshop today – that being a mix of participants from end […]
I have been in Norway over the past five days, and am now awaiting a plane out of here (it’s still some hours away, however). I arrived in Norway early evening on Saturday (after flying in from New Zealand), tried to get into the Norway time zone on […]
I’ll be in Europe from May 5 to May 16. There’s a few things to do while I’m there … here’s my updated schedule.