Category Archives: SharePoint
Yesterday Mimosa Systems, the company I work for, released their SharePoint\MOSS Archiving module for NearPoint. NearPoint now has archiving support for Exchange, File Systems, and SharePoint. All of these modules use a common architecture to provide global single instancing, searching, … Continue reading
Cross-posted with my company’s blog:http://www.mimosasystems.com/blog/archiving/data-management-challenges-with-sharepoint/ As a veteran Microsoft Exchange and SharePoint expert I have witnessed the exponential growth of SharePoint over the last few years. As a consultant, before I joined Mimosa, I strongly encouraged my clients to stop using … Continue reading
This free, open source, add-on\upgrade to SharePoint is a major improvement over the standard blog site in SharePoint 3.0/2007. You can download it and view the docs at: http://www.codeplex.com/Release/ProjectReleases.aspx?ProjectName=CKS
In Excel 2003 you could edit a SharePoint list using Excel. For some reason, probably because they are trying to push users to use Access for this now, Microsoft dropped two-way sync support in Excel 2007. This ability was listed as … Continue reading
I’ve talked to a few technical friends of mine in the last few weeks about Exchange 2007 and SharePoint 2007. Most of them haven’t had the time to spend with either of these products since they were release, which was … Continue reading
Izzy.org was first brought on-line in late 1996. The domain was registered on 11/16/1996. The initial background graphic was saved on 9/5/1996, so I started on the page sometime before then. At some point a counter was added; it was … Continue reading
My blog will be fixed shortly. The custom blog add-on I was using for SP03 doesn’t work with SP07. SP07 also includes it’s own blog support.