Monthly Archives: November 2009

SharePoint 2010 – Think Technology and You will miss the point

Have you seen the new SharePoint 2010 Developer Platform Map located here [http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/details.aspx?familyid=04BA41FD-F088-4D7C-A86E-3855C16E23A2&displaylang=en]? Let me ask again… If you’ve seen it and you’re a bit creative, you know what I’m talking about. It fired me up personally. It confirmed to … Continue reading

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SharePoint Adapts to Social and Business Behavior

With the release date of SharePoint 2010 Beta 2 closing in, I wonder what’s next for Microsoft. They’re probably already planning on the next release; the one that comes after 2010, may be 2014 or something like that 🙂 I … Continue reading

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Close the circle on your SharePoint Search Implementation by adding a custom IE Search Provider

How many times have you thought of ways that could help you bring people into your SharePoint portal. Ways that can help sell SharePoint internally. You want your users to really use SharePoint for everything they do. Well, if you’ve … Continue reading

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SharePoint 2007 and Section 508 Accessibility – A brief look at what it takes to become compliant

SharePoint 2007 (SharePoint hereafter) and Section 508 Accessibility are not a very happy couple. They are happy, but not very much. The relationship still needs some work 🙂 Today, we still have to deal with how SharePoint renders its pages, … Continue reading

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