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  • Blog Post: The (Hidden) Power of SharePoint Content Types

    During my 4+ years working at Microsoft I have had the privilege to work with many of the largest SharePoint enterprise customers based in the Northeast. One of the consistent topics that we end up discussing is SharePoint content types . One of the interesting observations is that so many customers...
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    Prior to joining Microsoft last year, I worked for more than 14 years as a Microsoft customer primarily in IT architect, development and technical management roles for large companies. Most of my recent work was related to building custom applications and forms on top of ASP.NET One area that I did...
  • Blog Post: Office, SharePoint and Exchange 2007 – Better Together

    One of the topics that I frequently present on at conferences is the Office system and why it is “better” to use the Office 2007 client with the 2007 versions of the SharePoint and Exchange server products. The presentation that I use for most of these sessions is a summary of many of the key items...
  • Blog Post: How Office 2007 Helps Protect Your Information

    One of the primary business concerns that I hear from my customers is: “How do we keep our information and documents safe?” Since so much of what we all do is collaborating and sharing information with others via Microsoft Office, today’s post summarizes some of the top ways that the Office 2007 system...
  • Blog Post: Excel 2007 – Your Business Intelligence Client Solution

    Many of my customers are evaluating business intelligence (BI) solutions. There are often many business drivers behind this trend including the need for analysis, reporting, planning and forecasting. Prior to the release of Excel 2007 many customers would purchase a variety of different BI tools each...
  • Blog Post: Love OneNote? Prove it!

    Many of my customers and partners comment about how much they love OneNote . OneNote is a great tool for organizing notes; brainstorming; collaborating; and (most importantly) finding information. For those of you that simply cannot live without OneNote (such as me!) you’ll be glad to know that we recently...