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November, 2009

  • InfoPath 2010 Introduction Part 1: Create a simple form

    First in a new series of demo videos introducing InfoPath 2010. In this demo, I show the creation and publication of a simple electronic form.
  • Office 2010 beta is here!

    It’s time to have a play. The public beta has launched and now you can get hold of Office 2010 and SharePoint 2010. You can download it from www.microsoft.com/2010 and try out some of the new features such as: · Conversation threading in Outlook...
  • SharePoint web content management partner training

    There are spaces available on courses Microsoft are putting on for partners around SharePoint for web content management. The training is a four-day bootcamp for developers, aimed at IT professionals who currently work on MOSS internal deployments who...
  • What's popular web part

    There are some new web content management features that allow you to track what content is being accessed by users in Microsoft SharePoint Server 2010. This information can be accessed and analysed by the SharePoint administrators, but it can also be...
  • Ribbon UI

    Microsoft SharePoint Server 2010 includes the ribbon user interface, giving a much more consistent experience when used alongside Office. There are several advantages to the ribbon UI. One is that it makes it a lot clearer whether or not a user has certain...
  • Tagging and Folksonomy

    With MOSS 2007, you can use metadata and official taxonomy to organise your documents. In Microsoft SharePoint Sever 2010, you still have all those capabilities, but you also get the ability to be less formal and have users define their own tags for SharePoint...
  • Reusable no-code workflows

    There are several short-comings with designing workflows in the current version of SharePoint Designer (but there’s always Visual Studio and some excellent third-party tools to combat those short-comings). One of the problems with SharePoint Designer...