Patrick Tisseghem

It is with deepest regret that we have to announce the death of Patrick Tisseghem, co-founder of U2U. Patrick suddenly passed away on Wednesday 3 September 2008 around 18 hours in Gothenburg Sweden due to a heart failure. Our sympathy and thoughts go out to his wife Linda, their daughters Anahi and Laura, and to…

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Italian Microsoft SharePoint Conference 2008

Ciao , con questa email ti annunciamo ufficialmente il lancio della Microsoft SharePoint Conference 2008. Da qualche giorno è online il sito dedicato all’evento dove puoi trovare agenda, descrizione delle sessioni, biografie degli speaker e modalità di iscrizione. L’evento si terrà il 2 e 3 ottobre 2008 a Milano e vedrà riuniti in due giorni…

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L’Arte di Imparare

[Contesto]: ieri (20.06.2008) ero a [Londra] per fare la review [valutazione FY08] col mio capo [JW] [Evento]: parte di coaching del processo di review. Chiedete a Pierg se volete sapere nel dettaglio di cosa si tratta     [Conclusione]: [Definizione di “Management”] = [“ Investire Tempo sulle Persone Gestendo le Eccezioni, massimizzando il ritorno degli…

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Lawrence Liu on Social Computing

good interview to our Community Zen Master http://sharepoint.microsoft.com/blogs/lliu/default.aspx https://twitter.com/lliu

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SharePoint To Run Enterprise 2.0?

Nine companies are saying "yes," having recently launched Enterprise 2.0 offerings that integrate with SharePoint technology. read full article here: http://www.readwriteweb.com/archives/sharepoint_to_run_enterprise_2.php

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Podcasting Kit for Sharepoint

Yes, I’m a great fan of that! http://www.codeplex.com/pks mainly because we use a lot internally at microsoft (as AcademyMobile) and (mos important 🙂 because my friend Paolo is behind that 😉

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that’s wonderful! Recent Crash

thx Pierg http://pierg.wordpress.com PierG Recent Crash PierG Mon, 09 Jun 2008 13:03:08 GMT

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Instant Messaging Proves Useful In Reducing Workplace Interruption

ScienceDaily (Jun. 4, 2008) — Employers seeking to decrease interruptions may want to have their workers use instant messaging software, a new study suggests. A recent study by researchers at Ohio State University and University of California, Irvine found that workers who used instant messaging on the job reported less interruption than colleagues who did…

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