Archive for September, 2009

Top Content Management sites

Found a nice description of top Content Management Sites http://aiim.typepad.com/aiim_blog/2009/03/just-the-facts-please-top-content-management-sites.html All are really good, except … where I can’t find the way to subscribe on RSS updates. It’s a bit awkward – the site is about Information Management and e-Discovery, but no way to find the connections to the information. Some sites publish information in […]

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Protected: Interesting facts about ECM systems

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Use the right data for SharePoint testing

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Pillars of a Collaboration Project

 Michael Porter and Alan Weintraub published really good article regarding four pillars of collaboration project. When looking to implement a collaboration project, it is critical to understand that there are four pillars and that a single pillar alone will not address the requirements of your project. These four pillars are –  Messaging, Real Time Collaboration, Team Collaboration, […]

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Presenting on Moscow SharePoint UG, Russia

Will be presenting on Moscow SharePoint UG in Russia this September 14th, about “SharePoint Farm Deployment and Configuration – Recommendations” This is the third version of my whitepaper I was working on this year. In this session I will put attention on farm optimization and provide guidelines how to indentify the right values for the SQL Server settings […]

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SharePoint 2007 limitations for the ECM solutions

Traditional Enterprise Content Management (ECM) solutions are characterized by number of factors, such as cross-team collaborations and document management. Most of them are aligned with the SharePoint functionality, but  unfortunately, in most cases, SharePoint does not prove to be a solution that can meet all of the organization’s ECM requirements. In this post I”d like […]

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Protected: 3 suggestions to start with document management practices on SharePoint?

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