Managing and Organising Documents

Dux and I have been exchanging information as our new SharePoint 2010 course development progresses. This week I sent some information to him about some of the exercises in a word document as an attachment to an email. This is the kind of thing that happens a lot in any organisation but what happens to […]
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Sharing knowledge and being social.

Wherever we may be ! Learning tree instructors are located across the world. For each course that we teach we try to share information and provide feedback to each other. As I mentioned in my last post how I am located in Ireland and Dux is in Washington. It’s not always practical or desirable to […]
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What are you deploying? If you think it is SharePoint, you got it wrong!

I have had many discussions with clients that tell me “I am implementing SharePoint” and ask my advice on how to best deploy SharePoint in their organization. I am going to argue they are not deploying SharePoint and I bet they don’t appreciate what they are really deploying. If they did, I think they would […]
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Fundamental Concepts at the Heart of SharePoint

  SharePoint has several features that can be used in many differing combinations to meet business needs. At its heart SharePoint primarily addresses the need for us to collaborate to produce electronic information then to publish this to a wider audience. The basic structure has not changed in 2010. A Server farm made up of […]
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Building the Course Load

  A key part of our course is the practical work that attendees will carry out in the form of Hands on exercises that reinforce the theory. Building a course load is therefore an important part of the course development process. In many ways we face the same decisions that production SharePoint administrators face when […]
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