Category: Microsoft SharePoint

Seamless Teamwork Live Study Group

In partnership with, I’ll be starting a 13-week online study group about Seamless Teamwork, on February 4 at 3pm Eastern (which is February 5 at 9am for New Zealand). Here’s the overview for the study group: “For the next 13 weeks, I’ll host a weekly online study […]

Seamless Teamwork … Chapter 12

I have just posted the final edition of Chapter 12 of Seamless Teamwork. The chapter introduces the concepts of stewardship, sustainable information design, and issues surrounding managing content over time with respect to SharePoint. It is co-authored with Grant Margison of Information Leadership. Chapter 12 includes the following […]

NewsGator Social Sites 2.5

NewsGator released an update to Social Sites, its SharePoint add-in for enterprise social networking. “NewsGator today unveiled a new version of Social Sites, its comprehensive enterprise social computing solution, giving organizations powerful new ways to work smarter and solve business problems faster. NewsGator Social Sites lets companies activate […]

More Reviews of Seamless Teamwork

A couple of people have posted their reviews of Seamless Teamwork in the past few days. Here’s what they said: James Robertson, Step Two Designs James writes: “Team-based collaboration is now a key part of project delivery in many organisations. Despite this, success can be hit-and-miss, with some […]

SharePoint and Web Governance

Kristina found evidence of a well-managed SharePoint implementation at a major financial institution: “I have been thinking about Web governance and SharePoint this past week. For the first time in my career, I saw a well-managed SharePoint implementation with ample (read several hundred), well-structured sites. The implementation was […]

More Reviews of Seamless Teamwork

There have been some more reviews of Seamless Teamwork posted this week (which always makes a book author happy!). Here’s what others are saying: Kanwal Khipple Kanwal writes: “Seamless Teamwork is a refreshing approach to SharePoint and how to use it effectively. This book is not for IT […]

The many faces of SharePoint

Microsoft offers four different ways of getting SharePoint, depending on what works best for you or your organization: “In this edition of our Cool Content series, I want to recap on the many faces of SharePoint and how it’s being packaged for big businesses, small businesses, and home […]