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Kirk Evans interviews SharePoint MVP
Shane Young. In this episode, we learn about the choices admins make when installing SharePoint, we hear several tips on how to increase performance, and we subject you to a really bad cow joke.
In our first episode of The Water Cooler show, host Kirk Evans interviews
Doug Ware and
Brendon Schwartz. We discuss the question, "Does every SharePoint installation require a developer?"
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Our first episode of The Water Cooler Demo show, the show focused on all things Office related. In this episode,
demonstrates how to create a SharePoint state machine workflow using Visual Studio 2008 that accomodates escalations and timeouts.
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In this episode, host
Kirk Evans talks with Dr. Michael Ludwich, VP of Consulting at
Decentrix, where Dr. Ludwich provides a demonstration of the
BIAnalytix solution. This quite an interesting demonstration, helping to show the value of BI in a media organization.
In Part 1 of this…
In this episode,
Kirk Evans talks with Wayne Ruting, CEO of
Decentrix, about the importance of business intelligence in a Media & Entertainment company. Decentrix has quite a client roster, including some of the largest broadcasters, cable operators, and telcos in the US. We talk about why…
Kirk Evans talks with Brian Kellner, VP of Products for
NewsGator Technologies, about the capabilities of
Social Sites. Social Sites is an enterprise social computing platform built upon SharePoint 2007. These capabilities are then demonstrated by Laura Farrelly, VP of Marketing for NewsGator.…
develops document imaging, document capture and workflow products and solutions for SharePoint. KnowledgeLake's suite of products extend SharePoint into a comprehensive ECM solution that enables businesses to reduce shipping costs, streamline operations
and achieve regulatory…
I've been asked many times, "How do I publish my VSTO/Office Add-in installation files to a SharePoint site?". It's relatively straight-forward to publish to a basic web site, or to a UNC file share, but SharePoint is a slightly different beast.
So, how do you publish your add-in to a…