Archive for the “Project Management” Category

SharePoint 2010 Pricing Examples

October 25 2010 6 comments

image Clients ask often about SharePoint pricing for different scenarios and giving short answers can be a very difficult task. In many cases some answers should however be possible to give. For example when the client is making a rough budget estimate for the coming year then some indicative pricing examples should be given. This article lists some of those…

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Finding the Balance Between Tailoring and Thinking Inside the Box

September 14 2010 2 comments

This article describes why every tailoring decision is a choice involving price tag, risk, and usability.

SharePoint offers an astonishing set of functionality and features. We’re all familiar with the capabilities regarding to for example RSS viewing, calendars, surveys, discussion boards, and content management. Personally I find the out of the box set quite rich and able to cater the most…

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Upgrading Your Office Ahead of Your SharePoint?

September 11 2010 No comments yet

If you just got to upgrade your office to 2010 ahead of upgrading your MOSS, please read this article.

During the last couple of years I have run through a bunch of client cases where MOSS represented a new era for document management especially for the Office Documents. The preceding document management systems comprised mainly of shared network drives –…

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Content Is The King, And Meta Data Is The King Kong!

September 9 2010 2 comments

Lost in translation? Try reading this article for the big picture.

In an early phase of an SharePoint project, it is important to find a consensus with a customer on what matters the most in a specification. After all, quite a heap of mental playload is probably occupying the cognitive landscape of the customer representatives. They usually are full of ideas, wishes, needs, sales…

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Entry Points to Content

February 6 2010 One comment

Modern information systems like intranets contain often massive amounts of information. In our projects we go through quite a lot of trouble to make this information manageable through classification of data. A more philosophically oriented writer might argue that this information becomes knowledge through this process, but it’s not the essence of this writing. After the analysis and classification, the…

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