Category: Microsoft SharePoint

Share2010 Keynote: Erica Toelle from InfoShare on "Going 2010: A Survey on New Features in Microsoft SharePoint 2010 with an Overview of the Business Benefits and Implications"

Erica gave an overview of the new content features in SharePoint 2010 – document unique ID, document center, document routing, rating, Managed Metadata services, comments on the My Site wall (instead of using email), document sets, and more. There are some significant enhancements in SharePoint 2010 to improve […]

Share2010 Session: Lynn Warneke from Pearson Australia Group on "Monster Moves: How One Information Architecture Successfully Brought 8 Businesses Together"

Lynn Warneke, Head of Digital Technologies at Pearson Australia Group, talked about the value of an integrative information architecture, and the value it created at Pearson. Lynn has been at Pearson for about a year, but is usually an independent SharePoint and information management consultant. Connect with Lynn […]

Share2010 Session: Erica Toelle from InfoShare on "Don't Reinvent the Wheel: An Overview of People Change Management Research as Applied to SharePoint Maturity Model"

Erica Toelle from InfoShare in Seattle WA talked about people change management research as applied to SharePoint maturity. Erica has been working with SharePoint since 2004, with a major emphasis on enterprise content management. She is also heavily involved in a music festival in Seattle, that draws 25,000 […]

Share2010 Keynote: John Michael Simpson from MDOT on "Microsoft SharePoint Saves Lives: Utilizing SharePoint Business Intelligence to Reduce Traffic Fatalities"

John Michael Simpson, the CIO from the Mississippi Department of Transportation, talked about how they are using SharePoint to reduce traffic fatalities. John talked – no PowerPoint – here are some key points: Line of business applications and data are largely in place. The next challenge is “animating […]