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  • Blog Post: Document Sets

    I'm continuing my series of posts highlighting some of the (many) new features which are going to be coming in Microsoft SharePoint Server 2010. The content management capabilities of SharePoint have been extended, allowing you to group documents together as a document set. In MOSS 2007, there are...
  • Blog Post: More theme customisation

    A lot of people, when they first get SharePoint, instantly want to make it not look like the out of the box SharePoint. In Microsoft SharePoint Server 2010, there are a lot more themes to choose from. When you create a team site, there is a “getting started” web part with some useful links, including...
  • Blog Post: Get Going Now

    With the SharePoint Conference this week, Microsoft has begun lifting the shroud of secrecy around the next version of SharePoint, Microsoft SharePoint Server 2010, due out in the first half of next year. In light of this release of information, I’m expecting to get asked more and more, “Why should...
  • Blog Post: New SAVB Online tool

    When customers buy Software Assurance from Microsoft, they receive vouchers that can be redeemed for training days or various planning services packages, including SharePoint Deployment Planning Services. A Microsoft partner will then provide the service and get paid for their time by Microsoft. The...
  • Blog Post: Phonetic Search

    Microsoft SharePoint Server 2010 builds on the already strong foundations of MOSS 2007. The capabilities and value of 2007 are carried forwards, but with additional functionality and value added on top. If I were to explain all the things you can do with SharePoint out of the box, I would probably be...
  • Blog Post: Content Ratings

    Continuing my series of posts about new features in Microsoft SharePoint 2010, I’d like to talk about content rating. This is a feature that was much demanded in MOSS 2007. So many people wanted it, that the code for content rating was included in the Microsoft Office SharePoint Server 2007 community...