Tag Archive: SharePoint 2010

HiSoftware at First SharePoint Saturday in Bulgaria

June 21, 2013 |

Microsoft Certified Master for SharePoint 2010 and HiSoftware’s partner, Onebit’s Radi Atanassov will present at the first SharePoint Saturday Bulgaria, tomorrow Saturday June 22. Radi is one of the few people in the world holding the Microsoft Certified Master for... Read More

HiSoftware at SharePoint SpeakOut

June 7, 2012 |

You might be wondering what SharePoint SpeakOut is all about. SharePoint SpeakOuts are meant for SharePoint Users to hear from their peers about how they are using SharePoint; what is working, what is not, and how these customers have made... Read More

BT’s SharePoint 2010 Implementation

April 26, 2012 |

When I was the BT intranet manager I was heavily involved in the strategy, plans and implementation of SharePoint 2010 for the last 12 months I was there. It was the biggest change to BT’s intranet since it was created... Read More

How to measure the value of SharePoint 2010

April 10, 2012 |

You have developed a strategy (How to develop a SharePoint 2010 strategy) and built a governance framework (How to build SharePoint 2010 governance). You have got the buy-in from your senior business representatives (stakeholders) and agreed on your implementation plan... Read More

Is your SharePoint Platform Content-Aware?

March 22, 2012 |

We know Microsoft SharePoint makes it easy to create and collaborate on content. And we also know that this results in an explosion of unstructured content, ranging from email to documents to blogs; all with the intention of having a... Read More

Notes from the Road: SharePoint Customer Journey

February 29, 2012 |

This week I’m on the road across the UK to discuss the SharePoint Customer Journey. After my first day with fellow presenters from Metalogix and KnowledgeLake, it is clear that migrating content into SharePoint is an issue. Both presenters have... Read More

On the Road with SharePoint

February 21, 2012 |

I always wanted to be a rock and roll star. More specifically, the lead man in a band with legions of followers who hung on every guitar lick and spent way too much time thinking about the lyrics I sang.... Read More