Don’t Let Governance Threaten Your Agile Transformation

Governance seems to be one of those frightening words that threatens to stop an Agile transformation effort dead in its tracks. I’ve been hearing it whispered, and even screamed once or twice, quite a lot recently. There’s no big surprise here. As the big corporations and Government agencies get increasingly fascinated by frameworks like Scrum, […]
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Watch Out, Your Data Might Wander Down the Wrong Back Alley — Part 2

Last week I described how data moving between your two domestic sites might be routed through another country on the other side of the world. The IETF has a nice document, Generic Threats to Routing Protocols, describing the concepts of possible attacks and impacts. Interior routing protocols like OSPF are used within one organization and […]
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SharePoint 2010: More Than a Year Already

SharePoint in the past year Since SharePoint 2010 was released I have been working on various projects and will start to share some of my experiences and suggestions over the coming months. During this time Learning Tree produced a number of new courses ranging from basic usage to Enterprise Application development in addition to the […]
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Dreaming of SharePoint Governance

Setting up SharePoint and getting it running is not really that technically challenging. I know, you have database servers, firewalls, web sites, etc to setup and configure but it all works pretty well. The challenges of SharePoint installation are organization changes that will impact how members of the organization work together.  The SharePoint community has […]
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