Making Sense of SharePoint and Digital Records Management…

Hi all One of the conversation areas in SharePoint life that is inevitably complex is that of records management since there are just as many differing opinions on records management as there are legal jurisdictions and different standards to choose from. Accordingly, a lot of confusion abounds as… Continue reading

The facets of collaboration Part 3–The feature jigsaw

Send to Kindle  The facets of collaboration Part 1–Meet robot barbie The facets of collaboration Part 2–Enter the matrix! The facets of collaboration Part 3-The feature jigsaw The facets of collaboration Part 4 – BPM vs. HPM The facets of collaboration Part 5 – It’s all Gen-Y’s fault – or… Continue reading

Share2010 – A new kind of SharePoint conference

Send to Kindle Having spoken at the odd SharePoint event over the last three years or so, I’ve always lamented on the lack of a purely business focused SharePoint conference. Whilst the conferences I attend do cater for non technology oriented topics – particularly the best practice conferences, there is… Continue reading

Also why I’ve been quiet…

I’m in an airport (again), typing this on my way back from my latest trip to New Zealand – a country I am loving more and more each time I go there. (Anywhere that I can go that uses the same power plugs as back home is a… Continue reading

Don’t feel bad if you struggle with SharePoint

Send to Kindle This project was not SharePoint, but I have seen some people try and do this with SharePoint. But you can imagine how much stress this project would have caused to participants. The South Australian government has pulled the plug on its $5 million records management system project,… Continue reading

SharePoint sucks at document management – or does it? A metal perspective

This is an opinion piece, a different tack than a lot of my other topics. I’m going to attempt to use heavy metal music as my metaphor to get my point across. No idea if I will succeed :-). Opeth \m/ \m/ Firstly, SharePoint, in my opinion, is… Continue reading