So it's over, my little series has come to an end. Thank you so much for joining! We visited some of the most popular areas users and admins complain about SharePoint. I also received loads of feedback, you all rock. Please, keep it coming! Which leads me to my final point...
As a resident of Massachusetts, and a SharePointer, I have discovered I can't easily find what's going on around town. I know to check Boston SharePoint User Group, SharePoint Saturday, and others, but there is no central place for all local SharePoint events. What if someone puts together an event that's not associated with a... Continue Reading →
This is Part 8 of my series on 'My Users Don't Like SharePoint...' How many times have you come home and said to your spouse "I didn't do my job today, I did this and that, but not my actual job." SharePoint might be in that list of stuff that's not on your list. I... Continue Reading →
This is Part 7 of my series on 'My Users Don't Like SharePoint...' As your SharePoint matures and grows, it can get considerably larger and complex. Content databases can grow to hundreds of gigs, search indexes grow larger, users rely more on Excel services, additional external business data is pulled in, some custom functionality is... Continue Reading →
This is Part 6 of my series on 'My Users Don't Like SharePoint...' Actually, this is Part 2 of Part 5, if that makes sense. This is a continuation of this post. In the previous post, we covered how easy it is to enhance search to assist your users in finding what they really want. Our... Continue Reading →
Sorry for the delay in getting the My Users Don't Like SharePoint series finished off. Holidays were surprisingly busier than expected, which is good. I plan to be back on schedule this week. Happy 2013!