I’m excited to announce that I have had two sessions selected for the SPS Atlanta event on Saturday June 8th. The past few years the organizers have established this event as one of the premiere events in the south east. The first session is an End User focused session titled Using Search for Dynamic Content. [...]
I’m excited to announce that my session Introduction to SharePoint’s Social APIs has been selected for the SPS Events NYC event on Saturday July 27th. This has been a fantastic event the past few years, and I’m sure this year will be no different. Here is the abstract for my session: SharePoint 2010 and 2013 [...]
SharePoint Saturday Tampa was a lot of fun, and there were a lot of great attendees there soaking up the SharePoint goodness. A big thanks to the organizers, sponsors and volunteers that made this happen. I also hope that everyone that attended my Planning for the User Profiles session got a lot out of it. [...]
I do not often link to another blog post as part of one on my site, but this one was too good to pass up. For those of you interested in SharePoint 2010’s Social Features, here is great diagram of of how all of the components and services fit together. It is extremely valuable to [...]
It was great seeing everyone at the Charlotte SharePoint User Group today. Here are the slides for my session on Planning for MySites and Social Features in the Enterprise. Charlotte SPUG – Planning for MySites and Social in the Enterprisehttp://static.slidesharecdn.com/swf/ssplayer2.swf?doc=charlottespug-planningforsocial-101117091733-phpapp01&stripped_title=charlotte-spug-planning-for-mysites-and-social-in-the-enterprise&userName=nextconnect View more presentations from nextconnect.
On November 17th, I will be presenting my session “Planning for MySites and Social Features in the Enterprise” at the Charlotte Area SharePoint User Group. I will provide an overview and best practices for planning and deploying MySites in the Enterprise. The session will cover how to determine organizational readiness, how to select features to [...]
One of the SharePoint 2010 features I really like is the user status information that is integrated into the updated User Profiles. Unfortunately some organizations are not quite comfortable or ready to support the feature. Here is what it looks like with the user status set: Disabling the Status Message field With normal User Profile [...]