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  • Windows Azure Web Sites vs Web Role

    The recent Windows Azure release (June) introduced a new Web Site features, but there are a bit confusion in communities regarding what are the difference between new Web Sites and the Web Roles we all used to host web sites. In this post I’m going to describe the key differences and application scenarios for Web Sites. Special thanks to my college Dennis Mulder for providing information materials
    Posted to Business Productivity and Information Architecture (Weblog) by Michael on Thu, Jul 5 2012
    Filed under: Azure
  • Claims Overview

    Introduction I these days claims become more and more popular, and I reckon that in few years all Microsoft products will support claims as out-ot-the-box (OOTB) functionality and would be build with claims foundation. However, I’ve noted that claims are still not very well understood by many people and people are confused what the claims are. In this post I would like to describe in simple language what are the claims and how to use them with SharePoint. Definitions Claim A statement that one subject
    Posted to Business Productivity and Information Architecture (Weblog) by Michael on Sun, Apr 8 2012
    Filed under: Security
  • Project documentation – traceability strategy

    Recently, an old friend of mine has asked me about what is the mandatory documentation should be create for the project. He was confused by the way projects are running in his organization and wants to improve a situation and make the entire process more mature. In our organization we are using MSF massively ( MFS at a glance ), but I personally think that there is no “silver bullet” for the project documentation, regardless the process methodology you are using (Agile, MFS, RUP, CMMI or its combinations
    Posted to Business Productivity and Information Architecture (Weblog) by Michael on Fri, Apr 6 2012
    Filed under: Documentation, Development
  • Facts and thoughts on “The Paper Free Office–dream or reality?”

    Today I found a quite good document about dreams and realities of paper free office http://www.aiim.org/Research/Industry-Watch/Paper-free-capture-2012 and it’s a good reading. Regardless the facts provided there (your can find some of them below) I reckon that turning office into paper free area is quite challenging by two reasons, that are not technical: Using paper documents is very handy and I find working with them more productive rather than with digital copies – you can make notes, your can
    Posted to Business Productivity and Information Management space (Weblog) by Michael on Mon, Mar 26 2012
    Filed under: ECM
  • Solution Delivery Framework

    I have been upgrading my working machine to Windows 8 recently and did an HDD cleansing when I found old document I was working on a few years ago, trying to visualise the Solution Delivery Framework. Sharing its content here. Hope it would be useful for these who is trying to establish this process in their organisations (IT Consulting)
    Posted to Business Productivity and Information Management space (Weblog) by Michael on Fri, Mar 23 2012
    Filed under: Development
  • Summary of “Onboarding SQL Server Private Cloud Environment”

    This post will summarise some considerations that should be taken into account for Onboarding SQL Server Private Cloud Environment Reasons: Energy efficient hardware Hardware consolidation Intelligent allocation of hardware resources Energy efficient data center design Intelligent placement of data center facilities Elimination of unnecessary hardware Enabling power management where practical Business Benefits: Reduce operating and capital expenses. New hardware has far greater computing power than
    Posted to SharePoint world of ECM and Information Management (Weblog) by Michael on Wed, Aug 31 2011
    Filed under: SQL Server, Cloud
  • Measuring the value of search

    New McKinsey research estimates the impact of Internet search in the global economy, pinpointing the sources of value and the beneficiaries. August 2011. Source: McKinsey Global Institute Searching the Internet has become an almost reflexive act. Each day, tens of millions of global citizens fire up their personal computers and handheld devices to troll for information on products or to glean insights that will help guide business decisions. Yet the economic value of this enormous current of search
    Posted to SharePoint world of ECM and Information Management (Weblog) by Michael on Mon, Aug 29 2011
    Filed under: Search
  • 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 to SharePoint world of ECM and Information Management (Weblog) by Michael on Sat, Aug 27 2011
    Filed under: Books, Sharepoint
  • Search Strategies in large organizations

    Recently we had a discussion about search strategies in large organizations when customers don’t know what information is out there and how to start discover the right content. I previously used the following approach to introduce discoverability of unstructured data, which I would like to share: Define the organisation taxonomy (there are a lot of predefined standards to be used, depending on organisation type http://wandinc.com/prod_tax.aspx ) Use pattern matching (FAST Search) to extract the common
    Posted to SharePoint world of ECM and Information Management (Weblog) by Michael on Thu, Aug 25 2011
    Filed under: Search
  • SharePoint ROI

    In this post I decided to summarise all finding that can be helpful to estimate the ROI of SharePoint and understand the true cost of that can be summarised as following Licenses Server software Virus protection & Backup Hardware and Infrastructure Training Operation that is separated across the following categories Hard ROI (tangible outcome) - the cost savings that will result Soft ROI (less tangible outcome) – efficiency improvements Risk Mitigation that will allow to Seek to reduce the total
    Posted to SharePoint world of ECM and Information Management (Weblog) by Michael on Sun, Aug 14 2011
    Filed under: SharePoint 2010, Business
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