My Netbook, OneNote and Phone

Over the next few weeks, I’m traveling around the world spending time with friends and family. I plan to stay unplugged from work the entire time. But unplugged from work doesn’t mean unplugged from technology. 🙂 Here’s how I’m balancing the art of staying unplugged from work and still remaining connected for surfing, email, photos…


SharePoint Workspace 2010

I am a big fan of SharePoint Workspace. I’ve been using SharePoint Workspace for the last few weeks, and I can honestly say that my experience has been fantastic! I thought I’d write a short note to share my own experiences and how I’ve been using it to improve my own personal productivity. As background…


My Recent SharePoint Podcast

Robert Foster, a SharePoint MVP, informally interviewed me a few weeks ago in Redmond.  Rob asked me very interesting questions ranging from SharePoint in the cloud to SharePoint "14". You can listen to the podcast @


Finding and Growing Great SharePoint Talent

It’s been a really busy few weeks for me. I’ve been working with Paul Andrew on our PDC plans. For a quick look at the SharePoint sessions @ PDC, take a look here. In between PDC planning, I’ve also been meeting customers & partners at several events such as the Microsoft BI Conference, CIO Summit…


Enterprise Wikis and Simple Web Publishing

I was in Orlando this week presenting at an internal Microsoft conference. I had an opportunity to meet & talk to different people WW about SharePoint. A couple folks I chatted with had customers who wanted to create Enterprise Wiki solutions. It turned out that what they were looking for was an informal publishing system…


SharePoint Content Deployment and the Migration API

Stefan is back! J Stefan is in Redmond this week, and we had a chance to catch up! In fact, I had dinner with Stefan Gossner and Andrew Connell just yesterday. Here are pointers to some recent posts that Stefan authored on SharePoint Content Deployment and the SharePoint Migration API. Incidentally, if you don’t know…


If you haven’t been to, created your own personal dashboard and used the search – you must check it out. It’s great!


SPS Reports

I’ve been meaning to blog about this for some time, but just getting around to do so. Recently, we released a report pack for SPS that leverages SQL Reporting Services. You can download this at One of the best features is that it’s free! For the lazy who didn’t click on the link, the…


SPS Search Customization

Stewart Frey has posted search customizations tip at Check it out if you get a chance – it’s a quick way to enable boolean searches.