Posts Tagged: sharepoint

How SharePoint Can Deliver Project Transparency

Transparency in projects is becoming a requirement for many government organizations today. SharePoint provides a number of out of the box features and integrations with third party tools to support the transparency required. But even before you go about designing the solution, make sure you have your transparency objectives and processes in place. Read myRead… Read more »

Could it be? TinyURL for SharePoint?

If you use SharePoint, you have probably seen the crazy, multi-line URLs that are created when you choose “Email Link” from a MOSS drop down menu. Our J6 is tired of them since they get truncated and/or chopped off in emails, due to security policies that require us to turn our emails to text. SoRead… Read more »

Knowledge Management – a few more tools in the bag

Today – I checked in on Defense Connect Online, to join an online meeting. Afterwards, I learned how to set up my microphone, so that next time, I will actually be able to comment, vice just using the chat feature! I also found out that Intellilink has SharePoint access (umm, for *free*), which is anotherRead… Read more »

More Enterprise 2.0 Principles (#e2conf)

Busy day today at the Enterprise 2.0 show! I was on a customer panel on social computing earlier today with Microsoft, EA, Battelle, Watson Wyatt, and the MN Dept of Education. I participated by discussing some of the Army’s experience with social computing and communities. Great panel with lots of excellent insights on making enterpriseRead… Read more »

A Practical Guide to Enterprise 2.0 (#e2conf) – 10 Principles for Success

We’re at the Enterprise 2.0 conference this week, and we’ve released a new guide to help organizations in the public and private sector make sense of social networking for the enterprise. Enterprise 2.0, despite the term, really encompasses all of the social networking and other Web 2.0 technology as it applies within the workplace. IfRead… Read more »

Attention SharePoint Mavens and “Newbies”!

The SharePoint Users Group of Washington D.C.’s (SUGDC) Third Annual Regional SharePoint Users Conference is taking place at the Holiday Inn Dulles June 26-27. With over 40 speakers, 15 SharePoint software, consulting and resource exhibitors, and four thematic tracks appealing to experts and non-experts alike, this year’s conference is shaping up to be an excitingRead… Read more »

Employment Opportunity with Cabarrus County

Employment Opportunity with Cabarrus County located in Concord North Carolina This new position was approved in preparation for a complete overhaul of our Internet site. New design will incorporate collaboration tools and social media to provide essential information and services to our constituents. Cabarrus County Employment Application TITLE: IIS/SharePoint Administrator POSITION NUMBER: 1810007 DEPARTMENT: InformationRead… Read more »

The National Association of Government Webmasters (NAGW) is now accepting speaking proposals for the 2009 NAGW National Conference

The National Association of Government Webmasters (NAGW) is now accepting speaking proposals for the 2009 NAGW National Conference in Galveston, Texas, September 16-18. NAGW is seeking presenters who are willing to share knowledge and ideas and present on new technologies and trends that will allow attendees to return to their offices with new ideas andRead… Read more »