We´re working on a project where a solution is implemented on SharePoint. Last week I was on customer office assisting to the presentation of the solution. Apart of the details related to the project, at the end of the meeting I had the opportunity to talk to them about the users and their feeling about … Read more
This fantastic link resolves one use case that we have with our current users. The point is that this is our first project with MS-SharePoint 2010 and we still have to learn how to resolve non inmediate user problems. Users are used to navigate on folders, and try that they look into 100.000 documents searching … Read more
By the moment, if you want to develop a MS-SharePoint application on BPOS environment you cannot perform connections with sources outside of the BPOS cloud. Is it right??
The BI site in SharePoint 2010 provides you reports, monitor key performance indicators and allows you to create dashboards that provide a consolidated view of business data. The business problem that my client requests me is to allow the end-user to provide feedback to the SQL database. There are about 50 fields that are updated … Read more
V2P process Virtual to physical migration or V2P, is the process where you can migrate an existing virtual machine and migrate its files and configurations into a physical machine. The team is doing it because there are business needs that cannot be done with the VMware farm: this has to be upgraded and the procedure … Read more
I have finished some research where I’m looking for the use of an hybrid solution between SAP + MS-SharePoint.There are so many documentation available in our internal collaborative environment. In addition, to do not limit it to the “my company point of view”. I have found some interesting documents: 1.- SAP workflow approval in BPOS … Read more
This download comes as a pre-configured VHD. This download enables you evaluate Microsoft Office SharePoint Server 2007 link
Now I’m learning a lot about how the sharepoint solutions are: Out of the box features, Architecture, Deployment approach, Configuration items, How to perform workbench sessions, and other interesting things I’m happy about that!
This is an interesting article I want to remind about Content management trends for 2010: http://www.cmswatch.com/Blog/1760-2010-Content-Technology-Predictions Some of the points are interesting and make sense, some others are not relevant. It’s just my oppinion, Other link to remind: http://www.cmswatch.com/Blog/1783-Oracle-and-SharePoint