Blog Entries By Nick Inglis
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Just In Freaking Time (JIFT) Training
It's a bit of an accidentally well kept secret, but did you know that you can utilize the strength of AIIM Skills Development Training courses for your company's "Just In Time" training needs? Let ...
BitCasa & The Future Of The Cloud
If you haven't heard about BitCasa yet, you are sure to be hearing about it soon. BitCasa is a cloud storage provider that offers UNLIMITED storage space at what will be minimal cost (it's free rig...
I Hate SharePoint Search Refiners.
(EDITS: See Michael Pisarek's comments and follow up blog post below. I think the post still has merit with values changed, although probably not at the top of the to-do list in implementation with...
Death Of The End User
Most popular SharePoint websites try to categorize their content based on the type of SharePoint user that comes to the website. This same categorization ends up applying to many SharePoint events ...
Einstein on SharePoint
“A man should look for what is, and not for what he thinks should be.” – Albert Einstein
One of the main takeaways from this past weekend’s SharePoint Saturday The Conference in Annandale, VA i...
Starting With SharePoint
SharePoint is both amazing and amazingly complex. What are your personal best practices for managing the initial deployment of SharePoint?
Enterprise 2.0 with Joomla
For those of you who don’t know Joomla, it is an open source content management system. You can read more about it (and my review of it) in the Buyer’s Guide. I have used Joomla for years in buildi...
Enterprise 2.0 In A Small Company
The company I work for is small, in the 1-25 employee category. We hardly qualify as an "Enterprise" but that hasn't meant that we haven't marched forward with our Enterprise 2.0 implementation and...