October 2008 - Posts
Microsoft Excel. 80% of the world's business logic, and the top 1% of it's rock.
After a few months this page has about 10,000 hits but the article just a 1,000. So skip this page and Go read the article! (This was just a summary) [Feb 3, 2009]
Paragraph 1: "Successful deployment of SharePoint is no different than any other
corporate strategy or project, only the moving pieces change. The goals
remain consistency, scalability, and success by whatever measures you
choose." Paragraph 2: contains the collective wisdom of every
"Best Practices for Product X" article, presentation and book published to date. Paragraph 3: "Now to bring this back to reality. The following
sections attempt to provide all of the capabilities required to give
good SharePoint. Many are expanded to list their moving parts or to
list the choices for providing the capability. Above all, enjoy." And the next 95% contains information you can use. Go read it, bookmark it, share it, and love it!
Our next Toronto SharePoint User Group meeting will take place on Wednesday, October 22, 2008. This month’s speaker Jeffrey Wolff, Technical Director, Infonic, will discuss the benefits of deploying a distributed SharePoint environment, factors to consider when planning your environment, and possible problems distributed organizations faces as they architect an enterprise-wide SharePoint infrastructure. He will also review third-party solutions that can address these problems as well as the pros and cons of each.
Jeffrey Wolff has been in the IT industry for the past 15 years and has spent the last three with Infonic. He mainly works with large enterprises primarily based in the US, such as the US Navy, in designing and implementing global and distributed SharePoint deployments.
When: 6:00 pm, Wednesday, October 22, 2008.
Where: Nexient Learning, 8th Floor, 2 Bloor Street West, Toronto, ON
Pizza and conversation at 6:00, meeting at 6:30, presentation starts by 7:00, closing and prizes at 8:20.
To RSVP, please email email@example.com
Look forward to seeing you next week!
In addition to a giant discount, Toronto SharePoint User Group members will get a free XBox game for registering early. Here's how to take advantage of it (from Andrew Howell):
reminder of the EXCLUSIVE OFFER that Microsoft Canada is extending
to the early bird registrants from the Toronto SharePoint Users Group for Tech•Days 2008!
500 user group members to send their confirmation e-mail for early bird
registration to Andrew Howell (firstname.lastname@example.org)
will personally receive a NEW XBOX 360 GAME on October 29th, 2008 at
the Toronto event.
to be eligible, registration must be completed prior to the early bird
registration deadline (today). NOTE: Early Bird
Registration is the largest discount being offered. In Toronto, $249
instead of $499). In addition, the confirmation e-mail must be forwarded
to Andrew Howell, along with a
reference of which User Group(s) the sender is a member of, no later than
October 17th, 2008 at 5:00pm EST.
are well under way for the Toronto tour date and we’re pumped to see TSPUG out
in full force on October 29th & 30th, 2008!