Top News Stories SharePoint Planning Tools Abound -- Just Not From Microsoft (SearchWinIT) Microsoft no longer offers the free System Center Capacity Planner for SharePoint Server, but third-party vendors are stepping up with both free and paid-for planning and analysis tools to help administrators build...
Thu, Aug 26 2010
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Mark Miller of EndUserSharePoint.com (EUSP) today presented a session that he had prepared expressly for the BPC on best practices in building a community around SharePoint. With missionary zeal, Mark shared the benefit of his own experience, providing a brief history of EUSP and explaining the steps...
I get the question wherever I go, "You speak at a lot of conferences. Which one should I attend?" That's really a loaded question. Each conference has a different agenda, so I'd need to sit and talk with you about what your goals are with SharePoint, what your user level is, what projects...
Another Best Practices Conference (BPC) has come and gone, and we're left with happy memories of seeing old friends, meeting new friends and, of course, a wealth of newly acquired knowledge from sessions attended over the course of the past three days. This was my second BPC, and I must say that...
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Thu, Aug 27 2009
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