Yes, another SharePoint migration. It feels like you just finished the last one and we are already talking about making a move to the next one. Well, that’s what I want to talk to you about today. Should you be migrating? Is it worth it? What are the efforts involved in migrating?
I am doing an interview for the CMS Connected show on the 24th August 2012 about the new WCM features in SharePoint 2013. Make sure that you tune in and please let me know if you have any questions that you would like answered!
This post will examine a couple of ways of tracking and distributing documents for irregular recurring meetings in SharePoint 2010
Details why the concept of ‘Team Sites’ don’t make any sense to end users in your organization and how to create process or business specific sites that can provide tangible value.
“Yes but…” is a common answer given by experienced SharePoint consultants when asked if a particular solution design “will work”. One of the key reasons for this is that SharePoint’s greatest strength is one of its weaknesses. The sheer number of components or features jam packed into the product, means that there are many complex interactions between them – often with small gotchas or large caveats that were not immediately apparent while the sales guy was dutifully taking you through the SharePoint pie diagram.