Monthly Archives: October 2011

Designing SharePoint 2010 Workflows with Microsoft Visio

One of the great new features of SharePoint 2010 is the ability to open up the whole workflow design experience to business users. Many users are familiar with using Microsoft Visio these days and it has become almost a standard … Continue reading

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Is 2010 suited to ECM?

I say “Yes it is” and here’s why… SharePoint has been dramatically improved with the release of SharePoint 2010, and incorporates many new features which support the use of the product as a platform for ECM and image storage. Content … Continue reading

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Benefits of Scanning into SharePoint

Since 2007, Microsoft has invested heavily in improving the document and records management capabilities of SharePoint and it is these improvements which have transformed the product from a collaborative platform into an ECM platform.  SharePoint 2010 can be considered as … Continue reading

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European SharePoint Conference. Berlin

I’m at the European SharePoint Conference in Berlin so expect lots of updates over the next few weeks as I write up my notes! There have been some great speakers and so much buzz around SharePoint 2010!

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SP2010 Search Alerts have been turned off

While continuing to set up my demo build, i ran a search and attempted to set up an alert so that I would be notified by email whenever the contents of the search result changed.  I received the following error … Continue reading

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Error Using DataSheet View in 64 bit Office 2010

I have just been configuring SP2010 for a client demo that I’m doing and uploaded a load of documents into a document library. I then wanted to easily set the metadata for all of the documents by working in Datasheet … Continue reading

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