I got the following question from a mate of mine recently. I’ve edited the message to only contain the bits that I am blogging about..
“Basically I want to know what the implications are for search if we're on the non-enterprise licence for SharePoint. One of our IT guys has expressed concerns over whether we can have a fully effective search (including people finder type capability) without being on the enterprise licence.”
If you use the word “SharePoint” and “Search” then the above can be interpreted in many ways. In this case what my friend was looking for was mainly what does the Enterprise version of SharePoint Search (MOSS 2007) provide over and above the Standard version of SharePoint Search (MOSS 2007). What is not entirely common knowledge is that Microsoft rebranded the SharePoint Search offering as “Microsoft Search Ser ...[Read More]
Thanks a bunch to everyone who made this a fantastic event! We (Debbie, Mark and Myself) appreciate all of you who attended the conference and for the positive feedback we have received so far. We had a great time hosting the conference and it was great to meet so many of you! As a bonus to the community we have made all (bar a few) of the session presentations available on our SharePoint user groups main web site. You can view the tracks and session PDF’s on the below links. Business Sessions Technical Sessions Voice of the Customer (or as Paul Culmsee said “SharePoint reality TV”) In other news I am sure that all of you are already aware that the MSFT team officially announced about SharePoint 2010 sneak peek. Early days still but worth a look. Look forward to seeing you all again at the 2010 New Zealand SharePoint Commun ...[Read More]
Well the product has been on the market for a few years.. and I see so many people struggle with getting some of the basics of SharePoint right. If you are looking at starting SharePoint development or have been developing sites on SharePoint here is one cool sample site you should look at.
Microsoft has made available a great sample site built to showcase the WCM capabilities of SharePoint. Head over to http://www.mssharepointdeveloper.com/ and get hold of the Adventureworks demo site and the sample MSDN guided modules and demos.
The new SharePoint On The Web modules cover the following topics:
Getting Started with SharePoint Development on the Web
Site Structure and Branding
Custom Field Types and Mode
Minimal Publishing Site Definition
Michael Sampson will be giving a special offer to attendees of the New Zealand SharePoint Conference to get a copy of his latest book “SharePoint Roadmap for Collaboration”. If you are an attendee at NZSPC visit the Knowledge Cue booth for your signed copy of his new book for only NZ$ 20. Please note Michael will only have 50 copies available at the conference. Follow the event on twitter at NZ SharePoint and also on the Facebook events page and on Flickr (NZSPC)! Technorati Tags: NZSPCONF09,NZSPC,SharePoint,Events,Wellington ...[Read More]