Protect It while you Build It

A long while back I typed up a post about test environments. For the same reasons, I need to explain how you can help prevent giving yourself and your users some headaches. Another contractor working SharePoint—I’d rather not call him a SharePoint developer even though it is his title—with a client has a production version […]

Evangelism in a Hostile Land

It may be hard to believe, but there are still organizations out there where “SharePoint” is a dirty word. Maybe they haven’t upgraded, maybe–and this is worse–they do have a SharePoint Site but it’s been badly managed, acting as little more than a badly-setup document storage bin. Users see no reason to switch from their […]

SharePoint Workflow Best Practices

Note that I will add some screenshots in the near future. Comment if there is something that I should expand on. Automation is key to streamlining business processes to really leverage SharePoint and get a good return on investment in configuring SharePoint.  Most of the workflows you may have already seen were simple and only […]

SharePoint Saturday Pittsburgh

For the second annual SharePoint Saturday Pittsburgh, I got to speak again. Great venue at Carlow University, but I’ve not got the best AT&T coverage. I don’t know if it is the building or the location of the nearest tower. I stayed at the Hampton Inn in Irwin because it was very nice and less […]

SPS NYC

SPAnalystSeriesBuildProcessNYC2016 Just a quick note so people can find the slides. They are essentially the same ones from SPS Atlanta and what I’m presenting this weekend in Pittsburgh.