Lawrence Liu's Report from the Inside

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September, 2005

  • Lamest. Recruiting Move. Ever.

    I’ve been reading the Mini-Microsoft blog for some time now, and I’ve found the comments on it to be sometimes on the mark and sometimes annoying but never very lame. Until now. It appears that someone from Google Recruiting has been trolling Mini’s blog...
  • AMR Research declares, "No Doubt About It: Microsoft Goes After ECM"

    Jim Murphy of AMR Research has just released brief but very much on the mark analysis about Microsoft’s aspirations for the Enterprise Content Management market with the upcoming release of the Office “12” wave of products and technologies. Here are my...
  • LL's "Top 10" favorite features of SharePoint "v.Next"

    I see that Arpan has just listed his Top 10. Well, here are mine: A "Global" Template that is applied/provisioned before any other template, and a Feature Framework that provides modularity for “additive” templates OOB document review/approval...
  • Office "12" curriculum may be overwhelming

    I spent the past day and a half participating in an Office “12” Curriculum Design Summit, during which about 20 of our “Insiders” (Technology Specialists and Consultants) from the field reviewed our current Technical Readiness plans and provided invaluable...
  • Blog title and subtitle changed

    I just changed the title and subtitle of my blog to better reflect the topics that I'll be writing about in the near future. Although I am now officially "in corporate" as opposed to having been "in the field" for my past 8 cumulative years at Microsoft...
  • Finally transferring to “Corporate”

    Wow, it’s been almost 5 months since my last post here, and how quickly the time has gone by! In May, as I was trying to focus on closing a couple of large deals, I also started to pursue career opportunities in Redmond . While working in the “field”...