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  • Blog Post: I have SharePoint 2007, but am I managing it correctly?

    I had the pleasure of presenting at a couple of events last week that covered Microsoft Office SharePoint Server 2007 . One of the most common questions was from customers who had installed SharePoint to evaluate it, but were not sure if it was setup correctly or if they were managing it correctly. ...
  • Blog Post: Don’t be Evil! Blah, blah, blah! Get Ready to be EVOL!

    New Products! New Thinking! New Opportunities! New dates for your calendar to meet Microsoft and learn all about E xchange, V ista, O ffice and L ive. I've been in the office this week working through the details with Steve and Ben as we put the final touches to what I hope will be a great demonstration...
  • Blog Post: Today’s Special - ‘The Blog Frog’.

    In a recent article for 'Partner Perspectives' I promised to talk about why I had been blogless for so long. I have to be honest; I started out being a little sceptical about the whole notion of blogging. I had conversations with many people that blog, I read books/magazines and internet articles on...
  • Blog Post: Live Search from Microsoft is on the Move

    More people will now be able to make use of Microsoft Live Search while on the move following the press release from Nokia yesterday. Advanced search capabilities are going to be available to Nokia customers powered by our Live Search for mobile that will include 'Encarta Answers' . If you have not used...
  • Blog Post: 2.0 + 4 = 3.0??? .NET Framework confusion

    I have had a few conversations recently about developers not looking at .NET Framework 3.0 as they believe it is a completely new version of the .NET Framework. Well that is not strictly true and perhaps the version of the framework has confused a few people. The .NET Framework 3.0 combines the power...
  • Blog Post: UK Government gets Long Tail...

    This post is not a political post about a genetic variation. It's about how a book I read called 'The Long Tail' has opened my eyes to how the internet is changing business perspectives and developing business models that would just not be possible with traditional methods. I try and catch up with...
  • Blog Post: Microsoft Technologies - Today > Tomorrow > Futures Pt.1

    I had an idea following the recent regional partner events to publish information on my presentation in a slightly different way.  I know I can talk at a fast pace when there is so much information I wish to share and my passion for technology exudes ( I think the scientific term for this is 'high...
  • Blog Post: Microsoft Technologies - Today > Tomorrow > Futures Pt.2

    So here we are with the next part of the presentation... .: Presentation notes :. Looking at where we have come from and where we are today is a good place to start when beginning to think about changes for the future.  John C Maxwell wrote a book called 'Thinking for a Change' which clearly inspired...
  • Blog Post: I don't believe in Coincidence but for £25,000 I could change my mind!

    WOW! This is a very clever idea and the fact that it's running in association with the XBOX 360 is very cool. As I mentioned in a previous post I'm not very well informed when it comes to sport. Normally Fantasy Leagues revolve around sport, mainly Football. Well all that changes with this cool idea...
  • Blog Post: Microsoft Technologies - Today > Tomorrow > Futures Pt.4

    .: Presentation notes :. SharePoint, SharePoint, SharePoint... That's all you would hear me talk about during my first six years at Microsoft.  Now in it's third version it has become the fastest growth product in Microsoft's product history reaching $1bn faster than any other product.  I put...
  • Blog Post: Microsoft Technologies - Today > Tomorrow > Futures Pt.3

      .: Presentation notes :. The turning point in user experiences with software is here.  The transition from text based user interfaces to graphical user interfaces has been long and challenging.  The Net Gen is far more aware of what makes a good user experience when using technology...