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    Hello, my name is Michael Nemtsev and I welcome you on my blog about Microsoft technologies, Business Productivity and Information Management

    I'm a Senior Consultant in "Enterprise Services" team @Microsoft, based in Sydney, Australia, helping clients to architect solutions in Business Productivity area. I'm an Ex-MVP (2005-2011) in .NET/C# and SharePoint Server

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Two new SharePoint 2010 from Packt Publishing are releasing October 2011
I’m glad to announce that two new SharePoint 2010 books have been successfully reviewed and will be published October 2011. Please welcome PS: I’m doing a Technical Reviewing of SharePoint 2010 books for Packt Publishing at my spare time
Posted: Sat, Aug 27 2011 1:36 by Michael | with no comments
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How Enterprise Search differs from Web Search
In these days Internet Search became inherited element of our life. We are all “bing-ing” or “googl-ing” stuff dozen times per day, and we know how to search and what we get as a result. However, when we start talking about Enterprise...
Posted: Wed, May 4 2011 12:41 by Michael | with 1 comment(s)
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SharePoint usage set to increase in 2011
According to research 91% of companies are looking to increase their usage of Microsoft SharePoint in 2011. The hottest areas are: increase user adoption better management/administration better visibility of SharePoint ROI integrate Facebook, LinkedIn...
Posted: Sat, Mar 19 2011 19:46 by Michael | with no comments
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SharePoint Business Challenges
According SDPS ( https://iwsolve.partners.extranet.microsoft.com/sdps/ ) the key business challenges SharePoint is designed to address are: Islands of information and applications Slow responsiveness to business and user needs Costly custom development...
Posted: Mon, Jan 17 2011 12:03 by Michael | with no comments
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SharePoint Governance Plan Template
Microsoft released the governance planning for SharePoint 2010 recently. The detailed information is published there http://blogs.technet.com/b/tothesharepoint/archive/2010/09/01/new-governance-content-white-papers-and-check-out-the-model.aspx The sample...
SharePoint Licencing Demystified
This post explains what type licences are required for the SharePoint Server farm and how to choose the right license. SharePoint Server Licences 1. Microsoft Office SharePoint Server 2007 for Internet sites (FIS) This licence model is for internet-faces...
Posted: Tue, Sep 7 2010 12:01 by Michael | with no comments
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I have been renewed as SharePoint MVP!
Got good news today - I just have been re-awarded as SharePoint MVP again! Hurray!!! It's my 6th year of holding this status (4 years as .NET/C# and 2 yeas as SharePoint MVP). I’m really happy that my passion about technology and influence to others...
Posted: Fri, Jul 2 2010 1:38 by Michael | with no comments
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Presenting on Australia SharePoint Conference, June 16-17, Sydney
This year is quite tough for me, in terms of presentations. It’s the 5th event which I attend as the speaker, and now it’s the the Australian SharePoint Event of the year – about 60 speakers and 1000 delegates. This will ROCK! “After a very successful...
SharePoint 2010 and Silverlight – lessons learned
In these days, I’m working on the several SharePoint projects where we utilize Silverlight for the better user experience. The decision was driven by the specific requirements and not by “taste to try something new” . In one project...
SharePoint Farm Design checklist
Recently found a checklist for the SharePoint Farm design template I described previously , which I reckon quite good to be used across my projects An infrastructure design to support your solution A detailed document that describes how you will implement...
How to select the right Key Performance Indicators


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Posted: Sun, Feb 14 2010 23:35 by Michael | with no comments
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“SharePoint Solution Design” document template
I published several posts regarding document templates for the SharePoint projects previously, but they were related to the specific sections of the projects. Recently I had discussion with colleagues about the structure of “Solution Design” document...
Custom 403 Error Handing for SharePoint
Yesterday I was working on the custom error handing for the SharePoint. They wanted to provide the consistent look and feel for all errors that you can expect – from 301 to 500. It’s quite simple task and what you just need is to turn off custom errors...
How SharePoint manages web.config via SPWebConfigModification
You probably will be very surprised to know that SharePoint 2007 doesn’t manage web.config via direct access to the actual file. The reason for this is that updating the web.config directly may not always work (you don’t have permissions,...
Sample of SharePoint Upgrade Action Plan
Today I was reviewing some of SharePoint Upgrade documents and researched this subject browsing for the available resources, when I found one quite interesting document that describes the installation and configuration steps. It was posted by Yasir Attiq...
Cascaded Master-Details lookup that just WORKS!
Last several days I tried to find the solution that allows me to use “master-detail” field relationship based on the lookups. There are ton’s of controls for this, but I hardly found one that works for the lookup fields in the master list. Scenario: You...
Posted: Thu, Nov 26 2009 10:35 by Michael | with 1 comment(s)
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Block diagram - how to choose the SharePoint 2007 topology
I found a really good description of how to choose the SharePoint 2007 topology that is vizualized in block diagram. The full description is in this post " Inside SharePoint Securing External SharePoint Communications "
SharePoint 2007 to SharePoint 2010 Farm Migration. Phase 2 – Security Analysis
Introduction In the current series I’d like to describe how to analyse the SharePoint Farm and prepare it for the SharePoint 2010 migration. We will review the following 3 sections: Farm Architecture and Configuration Analysis User and Group Analysis...
SharePoint 2007 “Meeting Workspace” template limitations
On one of the recent projects we built the monthly based reporting system. We provided users the freedom of choice of the reporting indicators, from the predefined list, and allowed them changing values of selected indicators. From the very beginning...
SharePoint 2007 to SharePoint 2010 Farm Migration. Phase 1 – Configuration Analysis
Introduction In the current series I’d like to describe how to analyse the SharePoint Farm and prepare it for the SharePoint 2010 migration. We will review the following 3 sections: Farm Architecture and Configuration Analysis (current) User and...
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