Wanna go cruising in my leather, steel and rubber machine?

I just received an email from a student asking me what stubbing in SharePoint was. She was quite concerned what it meant for her and what needed to be done. SharePoint stores all content, documents, images, etc. inside a database by default. Some database administrators are afraid of database growth and size so they look […]
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Why SharePoint?

About 5 years ago I saw SharePoint for the first time and it blew my mind. As a matter of fact it blew my mind so much that I changed the work that my company was doing and started focusing on SharePoint almost exclusively. Yet, as I go in to in to clients’ offices, I […]
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Attention Management: Steps to Successfully Deploy SharePoint

Too often I find deploying SharePoint consists of installing the software on the server, making sure it runs and sending an email to users “SharePoint is installed – good luck!” If this sounds familiar, your SharePoint installation has failed and only a few people are actually getting the benefits from SharePoint. Here are the steps […]
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Folders are evil and will get you in trouble soon, if not already

A long time ago folders where invented to organize computer files. Computer geeks thought up the idea which mimicked physical file folders, hey, works for office geeks why not for us. The idea was good for a while but it was not great. Let’s examine a scenario. You go on a business trip, go out […]
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SharePoint vs iPad vs Toyota, step in-the-box for Success

SharePoint , iPad and an auto industry comparison???  Now, this should be good, double helping of Apple or Microsoft Kool-Aid , or mixing the two, and driving while at it?  Seriously, there is a connection and that connection will help you in your SharePoint implementation. I recently purchased an iPad and I have to say […]
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