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Help Typhoon #Haiyan Victims and #SharePoint MVPs & Experts Will Help You #rescueph

Reblogged from @meetdux

On Nov 8, 2013 , the deadliest typhoon ever recorded in history devastated the Philippines. Typhoon Haiyan was stronger than hurricanes Katrina and Sandy combined. Countless lives have been lost and a lot of help is needed. It is estimated at least 10,000 people have perished.

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Help Typhoon #Haiyan Victims and We’ll Help You!

Between now and December 31, 2013. Anyone who donates $99 USD or more to a charity of your choice that will benefit victims of Typhoon Haiyan and emails me  a proof of your donation, can secure a FREE one hour remote SharePoint consulting session ($99 = 1 hour session, $198 = two 1 hour sessions, etc) with any  of these global SharePoint MVPs & leading experts:

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Great way to support a worthy cause with a SharePoint spin.

By |November 12th, 2013|Categories: General|Tags: , |0 Comments

Microsoft Certification Updates: Server 2012 R2, Changes to MCSM

Microsoft recently released new details on upcoming certification changes for Windows, Windows Server and the MCSM program.

The most notable change here is the dropping of the training requirements for MCSM. In the SharePoint world, gaining MCSM really set you apart from the crowd. There are already concerns out there that this change has already devalued the prestige of the certification itself. What do you think?

By |July 8th, 2013|Categories: Certifications, Microsoft, Technology|Tags: , , , , , |5 Comments

Discussion Point: Records Management Influenced by Cloud, Collaboration Technologies

I was recently quoted in an article on CMSWire.com about how records management has changed with the advent of the cloud. Follow the link below to read the full article.

By |June 27th, 2013|Categories: Records Management|0 Comments

SharePoint Conference 2014 – Thoughts, Predictions and Unmitigated Fun

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Like clockwork, Microsoft officially announced yesterday that the next SharePoint Conference will be March 3-6 2014 in…wait for it…Vegas! I’m actually somewhat surprised, as I was expecting SPC to grace another venue during a non-release year, but the organizers decided to stick with the popular Vegas location. Judging from the outcome of previous conferences in Vegas, I highly doubt anyone will complain.

So without further ado, here’s a few of my thoughts and predictions about SPC14.

 

Clearly those last two predictions are completely bogus and strangely intriguing, but what do you think about the others? Add your thoughts below!

By |June 14th, 2013|Categories: Conferences, Microsoft, SharePoint|0 Comments

Road to MCSE:SharePoint – Tips on Passing 70-410 Exam Installing and Configuring Windows Server 2012

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Before I jump into the good stuff, allow me to provide some background info on why you’re reading this. I decided last year that I would go for MCSE: SharePoint (2013), as I’ve been completely bypassing Microsoft certifications for many years. Most IT Pros have similar reasons for avoiding the MS certs as I did, so I won’t bore you with the details. In short, more credence has been placed on 3rd party product/technology certifications in my industry, therefore I haven’t even really seriously considered an MS cert since I was taking the ancient MCSA 2000 courses! I have two reasons for pursuing the cert at this time. One, I’d like to help my employer maintain a silver or gold competency. Two, I’ve been working with and evangelizing on Microsoft SharePoint technology for many years, so why not just pass the exams? After all, I know all this stuff! Or do I?

If you’re familiar with Microsoft certifications, the aforementioned MCSE moniker should be pretty familiar to you. What may not be familiar, is that there is an MCSE certification specifically for SharePoint. This new certification is part of a larger effort by Microsoft to create more focused certifications based on core competencies. The new MCSE certifications are also a bit more simplified to understand, as the prerequisite is essentially the relevant MCSA certification. Before I go any further, it’s important to note that MCSE is no longer called […]

By |May 30th, 2013|Categories: Certifications, Microsoft, Technology, Windows|Tags: , , , , , , , |43 Comments

Setting things up

Bear with me as the site is being rolled out. The design is continually being tweaked, and I’ll be adding content soon. Once everything is ironed out, new content will be added regularly, and I’ll link to contributions that are being published elsewhere. In the meantime, you can check out my recent work on CMSWire.com.

By |May 20th, 2013|Categories: General|1 Comment