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SUMMARY FOR
IW
PRESENTED BY
VERONIQUE PALMER
9 Movember 2010
Twitter?
- ECM for the Masses
- What’s New for IT Pros
- Enterprise Search
- Architecting a SharePoint Server Farm
- Dashboards
- I...
4
ECM for the Masses by Steven Magid (OFC202)
65% project
failure rate
User
empowerment
Valueless
participation
User
purpo...
5
ECM for the Masses by Steven Magid (OFC202)
30 million docs in a
library – 4000 per
view
Folders –
permissions,
retentio...
6
Sandbox Solutions :
ringfenced + resources =
< impact, governance?
SSP’s 2007 = Service
Architecture in 2010 :
own db’s ...
7
Enterprise Search by Peter Reid (OFC306)
Configure Web parts, best bets, keywords, scopes
Extend BCS, federation, terms,...
8
Enterprise Search by Peter Reid (OFC306)
Small farm 0 – 10 million items Single server, 2 tier setup
Medium (shared) 10 ...
9
Architecting a SharePoint Farm by Ben Curry (OFC307)
Foundation – 4
service apps only
No 2 service apps
alike
No guessin...
10
Dashboards by Ryan Jamieson (BIN208)
Single Screen Snapshot
Story about something
to someone
Zero learning curve Graphi...
11
#FAIL
12
#FAIL
13
#PASS
14
#PASS
15
Intranet Building by Steven Magid (WTB203)
Does your intranet
motivate and inspire
your staff?
16
Intranet Building by Steven Magid (WTB203)
Build With the right suite of sites
Promote Info from collaboration to publi...
17
Unleashing the Business End User by Rian Durandt (BIN218)
BI / Analytics /
Performance Management
Hardware / software /...
18
Unleashing the Business End User by Rian Durandt (BIN218)
Hermeneutics
Ashby’s Law of
Requisite Variety
Autopoiesis Min...
19
Unleashing the Business End User by Rian Durandt (BIN218)
Support for DIY
BI not great
No empire building
Huge training...
20
My Overall Impression
Bigger picture missing
“Just”
21
Thanks
Microsoft!
Teched
Rocked!
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  • So if you take a look at this history there is a lot of tension, lots of different players involved. The first set of players you see on the screen here are the policymakers that people in govt, law enforcement agencies that are defining the requirements for storing disposing and retaining information,. They want to ensure that corps are being transparent and they want to ensure that ppl are acting in accordance with the law.

    The next group of ppl are the ppl who are runnig the company. The cxo. They want to ensure they getting the most value out of their people and the most value out of their informaiton. And they want to payback the shareholders or pvt owners of the company.

    Next is the group that is struggling, the legal people. The ppl in corp affairs, the records managers, the compliance officers. This is the group that is hard done by because they are typically beat up on. All those problems with file shares and enforcing corp metadata, these guys are ussually blamed for that. So these are the people that are typically down trodden bc the end user is saying, I don’t want to do this, this isnt helping me out. But these are the ppl responsible for ensuring that the company acts in accordance with the rules that are being pushed down on them and acts in accordance with responsible information management.

    Finally there is this huge gr of ppl.the end users. They justwant to get their job doen and if you going to tax them in any way then they better see a payback for their engagement – 3 mins for every 1 invest,ment. Otherwise its not worth their while an dthey will find alternative solutions. They will store information on USB drives, they will take it home with the,m. they will put it in the cloud.

    If you don’t make it easy for them to get their stuff into an info managemnt repository and see the value of what they doing they just not going to participate.
    So how do we solve all this. A lot of tension goiong on. Ppl with different objective,s, Its possible to bring these people together and to give them a solution.
  • So if you take a look at this history there is a lot of tension, lots of different players involved. The first set of players you see on the screen here are the policymakers that people in govt, law enforcement agencies that are defining the requirements for storing disposing and retaining information,. They want to ensure that corps are being transparent and they want to ensure that ppl are acting in accordance with the law.

    The next group of ppl are the ppl who are runnig the company. The cxo. They want to ensure they getting the most value out of their people and the most value out of their informaiton. And they want to payback the shareholders or pvt owners of the company.

    Next is the group that is struggling, the legal people. The ppl in corp affairs, the records managers, the compliance officers. This is the group that is hard done by because they are typically beat up on. All those problems with file shares and enforcing corp metadata, these guys are ussually blamed for that. So these are the people that are typically down trodden bc the end user is saying, I don’t want to do this, this isnt helping me out. But these are the ppl responsible for ensuring that the company acts in accordance with the rules that are being pushed down on them and acts in accordance with responsible information management.

    Finally there is this huge gr of ppl.the end users. They justwant to get their job doen and if you going to tax them in any way then they better see a payback for their engagement – 3 mins for every 1 invest,ment. Otherwise its not worth their while an dthey will find alternative solutions. They will store information on USB drives, they will take it home with the,m. they will put it in the cloud.

    If you don’t make it easy for them to get their stuff into an info managemnt repository and see the value of what they doing they just not going to participate.
    So how do we solve all this. A lot of tension goiong on. Ppl with different objective,s, Its possible to bring these people together and to give them a solution.
  • So if you take a look at this history there is a lot of tension, lots of different players involved. The first set of players you see on the screen here are the policymakers that people in govt, law enforcement agencies that are defining the requirements for storing disposing and retaining information,. They want to ensure that corps are being transparent and they want to ensure that ppl are acting in accordance with the law.

    The next group of ppl are the ppl who are runnig the company. The cxo. They want to ensure they getting the most value out of their people and the most value out of their informaiton. And they want to payback the shareholders or pvt owners of the company.

    Next is the group that is struggling, the legal people. The ppl in corp affairs, the records managers, the compliance officers. This is the group that is hard done by because they are typically beat up on. All those problems with file shares and enforcing corp metadata, these guys are ussually blamed for that. So these are the people that are typically down trodden bc the end user is saying, I don’t want to do this, this isnt helping me out. But these are the ppl responsible for ensuring that the company acts in accordance with the rules that are being pushed down on them and acts in accordance with responsible information management.

    Finally there is this huge gr of ppl.the end users. They justwant to get their job doen and if you going to tax them in any way then they better see a payback for their engagement – 3 mins for every 1 invest,ment. Otherwise its not worth their while an dthey will find alternative solutions. They will store information on USB drives, they will take it home with the,m. they will put it in the cloud.

    If you don’t make it easy for them to get their stuff into an info managemnt repository and see the value of what they doing they just not going to participate.
    So how do we solve all this. A lot of tension goiong on. Ppl with different objective,s, Its possible to bring these people together and to give them a solution.
  • So if you take a look at this history there is a lot of tension, lots of different players involved. The first set of players you see on the screen here are the policymakers that people in govt, law enforcement agencies that are defining the requirements for storing disposing and retaining information,. They want to ensure that corps are being transparent and they want to ensure that ppl are acting in accordance with the law.

    The next group of ppl are the ppl who are runnig the company. The cxo. They want to ensure they getting the most value out of their people and the most value out of their informaiton. And they want to payback the shareholders or pvt owners of the company.

    Next is the group that is struggling, the legal people. The ppl in corp affairs, the records managers, the compliance officers. This is the group that is hard done by because they are typically beat up on. All those problems with file shares and enforcing corp metadata, these guys are ussually blamed for that. So these are the people that are typically down trodden bc the end user is saying, I don’t want to do this, this isnt helping me out. But these are the ppl responsible for ensuring that the company acts in accordance with the rules that are being pushed down on them and acts in accordance with responsible information management.

    Finally there is this huge gr of ppl.the end users. They justwant to get their job doen and if you going to tax them in any way then they better see a payback for their engagement – 3 mins for every 1 invest,ment. Otherwise its not worth their while an dthey will find alternative solutions. They will store information on USB drives, they will take it home with the,m. they will put it in the cloud.

    If you don’t make it easy for them to get their stuff into an info managemnt repository and see the value of what they doing they just not going to participate.
    So how do we solve all this. A lot of tension goiong on. Ppl with different objective,s, Its possible to bring these people together and to give them a solution.
  • So if you take a look at this history there is a lot of tension, lots of different players involved. The first set of players you see on the screen here are the policymakers that people in govt, law enforcement agencies that are defining the requirements for storing disposing and retaining information,. They want to ensure that corps are being transparent and they want to ensure that ppl are acting in accordance with the law.

    The next group of ppl are the ppl who are runnig the company. The cxo. They want to ensure they getting the most value out of their people and the most value out of their informaiton. And they want to payback the shareholders or pvt owners of the company.

    Next is the group that is struggling, the legal people. The ppl in corp affairs, the records managers, the compliance officers. This is the group that is hard done by because they are typically beat up on. All those problems with file shares and enforcing corp metadata, these guys are ussually blamed for that. So these are the people that are typically down trodden bc the end user is saying, I don’t want to do this, this isnt helping me out. But these are the ppl responsible for ensuring that the company acts in accordance with the rules that are being pushed down on them and acts in accordance with responsible information management.

    Finally there is this huge gr of ppl.the end users. They justwant to get their job doen and if you going to tax them in any way then they better see a payback for their engagement – 3 mins for every 1 invest,ment. Otherwise its not worth their while an dthey will find alternative solutions. They will store information on USB drives, they will take it home with the,m. they will put it in the cloud.

    If you don’t make it easy for them to get their stuff into an info managemnt repository and see the value of what they doing they just not going to participate.
    So how do we solve all this. A lot of tension goiong on. Ppl with different objective,s, Its possible to bring these people together and to give them a solution.
  • So if you take a look at this history there is a lot of tension, lots of different players involved. The first set of players you see on the screen here are the policymakers that people in govt, law enforcement agencies that are defining the requirements for storing disposing and retaining information,. They want to ensure that corps are being transparent and they want to ensure that ppl are acting in accordance with the law.

    The next group of ppl are the ppl who are runnig the company. The cxo. They want to ensure they getting the most value out of their people and the most value out of their informaiton. And they want to payback the shareholders or pvt owners of the company.

    Next is the group that is struggling, the legal people. The ppl in corp affairs, the records managers, the compliance officers. This is the group that is hard done by because they are typically beat up on. All those problems with file shares and enforcing corp metadata, these guys are ussually blamed for that. So these are the people that are typically down trodden bc the end user is saying, I don’t want to do this, this isnt helping me out. But these are the ppl responsible for ensuring that the company acts in accordance with the rules that are being pushed down on them and acts in accordance with responsible information management.

    Finally there is this huge gr of ppl.the end users. They justwant to get their job doen and if you going to tax them in any way then they better see a payback for their engagement – 3 mins for every 1 invest,ment. Otherwise its not worth their while an dthey will find alternative solutions. They will store information on USB drives, they will take it home with the,m. they will put it in the cloud.

    If you don’t make it easy for them to get their stuff into an info managemnt repository and see the value of what they doing they just not going to participate.
    So how do we solve all this. A lot of tension goiong on. Ppl with different objective,s, Its possible to bring these people together and to give them a solution.
  • So if you take a look at this history there is a lot of tension, lots of different players involved. The first set of players you see on the screen here are the policymakers that people in govt, law enforcement agencies that are defining the requirements for storing disposing and retaining information,. They want to ensure that corps are being transparent and they want to ensure that ppl are acting in accordance with the law.

    The next group of ppl are the ppl who are runnig the company. The cxo. They want to ensure they getting the most value out of their people and the most value out of their informaiton. And they want to payback the shareholders or pvt owners of the company.

    Next is the group that is struggling, the legal people. The ppl in corp affairs, the records managers, the compliance officers. This is the group that is hard done by because they are typically beat up on. All those problems with file shares and enforcing corp metadata, these guys are ussually blamed for that. So these are the people that are typically down trodden bc the end user is saying, I don’t want to do this, this isnt helping me out. But these are the ppl responsible for ensuring that the company acts in accordance with the rules that are being pushed down on them and acts in accordance with responsible information management.

    Finally there is this huge gr of ppl.the end users. They justwant to get their job doen and if you going to tax them in any way then they better see a payback for their engagement – 3 mins for every 1 invest,ment. Otherwise its not worth their while an dthey will find alternative solutions. They will store information on USB drives, they will take it home with the,m. they will put it in the cloud.

    If you don’t make it easy for them to get their stuff into an info managemnt repository and see the value of what they doing they just not going to participate.
    So how do we solve all this. A lot of tension goiong on. Ppl with different objective,s, Its possible to bring these people together and to give them a solution.
  • So if you take a look at this history there is a lot of tension, lots of different players involved. The first set of players you see on the screen here are the policymakers that people in govt, law enforcement agencies that are defining the requirements for storing disposing and retaining information,. They want to ensure that corps are being transparent and they want to ensure that ppl are acting in accordance with the law.

    The next group of ppl are the ppl who are runnig the company. The cxo. They want to ensure they getting the most value out of their people and the most value out of their informaiton. And they want to payback the shareholders or pvt owners of the company.

    Next is the group that is struggling, the legal people. The ppl in corp affairs, the records managers, the compliance officers. This is the group that is hard done by because they are typically beat up on. All those problems with file shares and enforcing corp metadata, these guys are ussually blamed for that. So these are the people that are typically down trodden bc the end user is saying, I don’t want to do this, this isnt helping me out. But these are the ppl responsible for ensuring that the company acts in accordance with the rules that are being pushed down on them and acts in accordance with responsible information management.

    Finally there is this huge gr of ppl.the end users. They justwant to get their job doen and if you going to tax them in any way then they better see a payback for their engagement – 3 mins for every 1 invest,ment. Otherwise its not worth their while an dthey will find alternative solutions. They will store information on USB drives, they will take it home with the,m. they will put it in the cloud.

    If you don’t make it easy for them to get their stuff into an info managemnt repository and see the value of what they doing they just not going to participate.
    So how do we solve all this. A lot of tension goiong on. Ppl with different objective,s, Its possible to bring these people together and to give them a solution.
  • So if you take a look at this history there is a lot of tension, lots of different players involved. The first set of players you see on the screen here are the policymakers that people in govt, law enforcement agencies that are defining the requirements for storing disposing and retaining information,. They want to ensure that corps are being transparent and they want to ensure that ppl are acting in accordance with the law.

    The next group of ppl are the ppl who are runnig the company. The cxo. They want to ensure they getting the most value out of their people and the most value out of their informaiton. And they want to payback the shareholders or pvt owners of the company.

    Next is the group that is struggling, the legal people. The ppl in corp affairs, the records managers, the compliance officers. This is the group that is hard done by because they are typically beat up on. All those problems with file shares and enforcing corp metadata, these guys are ussually blamed for that. So these are the people that are typically down trodden bc the end user is saying, I don’t want to do this, this isnt helping me out. But these are the ppl responsible for ensuring that the company acts in accordance with the rules that are being pushed down on them and acts in accordance with responsible information management.

    Finally there is this huge gr of ppl.the end users. They justwant to get their job doen and if you going to tax them in any way then they better see a payback for their engagement – 3 mins for every 1 invest,ment. Otherwise its not worth their while an dthey will find alternative solutions. They will store information on USB drives, they will take it home with the,m. they will put it in the cloud.

    If you don’t make it easy for them to get their stuff into an info managemnt repository and see the value of what they doing they just not going to participate.
    So how do we solve all this. A lot of tension goiong on. Ppl with different objective,s, Its possible to bring these people together and to give them a solution.
  • So if you take a look at this history there is a lot of tension, lots of different players involved. The first set of players you see on the screen here are the policymakers that people in govt, law enforcement agencies that are defining the requirements for storing disposing and retaining information,. They want to ensure that corps are being transparent and they want to ensure that ppl are acting in accordance with the law.

    The next group of ppl are the ppl who are runnig the company. The cxo. They want to ensure they getting the most value out of their people and the most value out of their informaiton. And they want to payback the shareholders or pvt owners of the company.

    Next is the group that is struggling, the legal people. The ppl in corp affairs, the records managers, the compliance officers. This is the group that is hard done by because they are typically beat up on. All those problems with file shares and enforcing corp metadata, these guys are ussually blamed for that. So these are the people that are typically down trodden bc the end user is saying, I don’t want to do this, this isnt helping me out. But these are the ppl responsible for ensuring that the company acts in accordance with the rules that are being pushed down on them and acts in accordance with responsible information management.

    Finally there is this huge gr of ppl.the end users. They justwant to get their job doen and if you going to tax them in any way then they better see a payback for their engagement – 3 mins for every 1 invest,ment. Otherwise its not worth their while an dthey will find alternative solutions. They will store information on USB drives, they will take it home with the,m. they will put it in the cloud.

    If you don’t make it easy for them to get their stuff into an info managemnt repository and see the value of what they doing they just not going to participate.
    So how do we solve all this. A lot of tension goiong on. Ppl with different objective,s, Its possible to bring these people together and to give them a solution.
  • So if you take a look at this history there is a lot of tension, lots of different players involved. The first set of players you see on the screen here are the policymakers that people in govt, law enforcement agencies that are defining the requirements for storing disposing and retaining information,. They want to ensure that corps are being transparent and they want to ensure that ppl are acting in accordance with the law.

    The next group of ppl are the ppl who are runnig the company. The cxo. They want to ensure they getting the most value out of their people and the most value out of their informaiton. And they want to payback the shareholders or pvt owners of the company.

    Next is the group that is struggling, the legal people. The ppl in corp affairs, the records managers, the compliance officers. This is the group that is hard done by because they are typically beat up on. All those problems with file shares and enforcing corp metadata, these guys are ussually blamed for that. So these are the people that are typically down trodden bc the end user is saying, I don’t want to do this, this isnt helping me out. But these are the ppl responsible for ensuring that the company acts in accordance with the rules that are being pushed down on them and acts in accordance with responsible information management.

    Finally there is this huge gr of ppl.the end users. They justwant to get their job doen and if you going to tax them in any way then they better see a payback for their engagement – 3 mins for every 1 invest,ment. Otherwise its not worth their while an dthey will find alternative solutions. They will store information on USB drives, they will take it home with the,m. they will put it in the cloud.

    If you don’t make it easy for them to get their stuff into an info managemnt repository and see the value of what they doing they just not going to participate.
    So how do we solve all this. A lot of tension goiong on. Ppl with different objective,s, Its possible to bring these people together and to give them a solution.
  • So if you take a look at this history there is a lot of tension, lots of different players involved. The first set of players you see on the screen here are the policymakers that people in govt, law enforcement agencies that are defining the requirements for storing disposing and retaining information,. They want to ensure that corps are being transparent and they want to ensure that ppl are acting in accordance with the law.

    The next group of ppl are the ppl who are runnig the company. The cxo. They want to ensure they getting the most value out of their people and the most value out of their informaiton. And they want to payback the shareholders or pvt owners of the company.

    Next is the group that is struggling, the legal people. The ppl in corp affairs, the records managers, the compliance officers. This is the group that is hard done by because they are typically beat up on. All those problems with file shares and enforcing corp metadata, these guys are ussually blamed for that. So these are the people that are typically down trodden bc the end user is saying, I don’t want to do this, this isnt helping me out. But these are the ppl responsible for ensuring that the company acts in accordance with the rules that are being pushed down on them and acts in accordance with responsible information management.

    Finally there is this huge gr of ppl.the end users. They justwant to get their job doen and if you going to tax them in any way then they better see a payback for their engagement – 3 mins for every 1 invest,ment. Otherwise its not worth their while an dthey will find alternative solutions. They will store information on USB drives, they will take it home with the,m. they will put it in the cloud.

    If you don’t make it easy for them to get their stuff into an info managemnt repository and see the value of what they doing they just not going to participate.
    So how do we solve all this. A lot of tension goiong on. Ppl with different objective,s, Its possible to bring these people together and to give them a solution.
  • So if you take a look at this history there is a lot of tension, lots of different players involved. The first set of players you see on the screen here are the policymakers that people in govt, law enforcement agencies that are defining the requirements for storing disposing and retaining information,. They want to ensure that corps are being transparent and they want to ensure that ppl are acting in accordance with the law.

    The next group of ppl are the ppl who are runnig the company. The cxo. They want to ensure they getting the most value out of their people and the most value out of their informaiton. And they want to payback the shareholders or pvt owners of the company.

    Next is the group that is struggling, the legal people. The ppl in corp affairs, the records managers, the compliance officers. This is the group that is hard done by because they are typically beat up on. All those problems with file shares and enforcing corp metadata, these guys are ussually blamed for that. So these are the people that are typically down trodden bc the end user is saying, I don’t want to do this, this isnt helping me out. But these are the ppl responsible for ensuring that the company acts in accordance with the rules that are being pushed down on them and acts in accordance with responsible information management.

    Finally there is this huge gr of ppl.the end users. They justwant to get their job doen and if you going to tax them in any way then they better see a payback for their engagement – 3 mins for every 1 invest,ment. Otherwise its not worth their while an dthey will find alternative solutions. They will store information on USB drives, they will take it home with the,m. they will put it in the cloud.

    If you don’t make it easy for them to get their stuff into an info managemnt repository and see the value of what they doing they just not going to participate.
    So how do we solve all this. A lot of tension goiong on. Ppl with different objective,s, Its possible to bring these people together and to give them a solution.
  • So if you take a look at this history there is a lot of tension, lots of different players involved. The first set of players you see on the screen here are the policymakers that people in govt, law enforcement agencies that are defining the requirements for storing disposing and retaining information,. They want to ensure that corps are being transparent and they want to ensure that ppl are acting in accordance with the law.

    The next group of ppl are the ppl who are runnig the company. The cxo. They want to ensure they getting the most value out of their people and the most value out of their informaiton. And they want to payback the shareholders or pvt owners of the company.

    Next is the group that is struggling, the legal people. The ppl in corp affairs, the records managers, the compliance officers. This is the group that is hard done by because they are typically beat up on. All those problems with file shares and enforcing corp metadata, these guys are ussually blamed for that. So these are the people that are typically down trodden bc the end user is saying, I don’t want to do this, this isnt helping me out. But these are the ppl responsible for ensuring that the company acts in accordance with the rules that are being pushed down on them and acts in accordance with responsible information management.

    Finally there is this huge gr of ppl.the end users. They justwant to get their job doen and if you going to tax them in any way then they better see a payback for their engagement – 3 mins for every 1 invest,ment. Otherwise its not worth their while an dthey will find alternative solutions. They will store information on USB drives, they will take it home with the,m. they will put it in the cloud.

    If you don’t make it easy for them to get their stuff into an info managemnt repository and see the value of what they doing they just not going to participate.
    So how do we solve all this. A lot of tension goiong on. Ppl with different objective,s, Its possible to bring these people together and to give them a solution.
  • So if you take a look at this history there is a lot of tension, lots of different players involved. The first set of players you see on the screen here are the policymakers that people in govt, law enforcement agencies that are defining the requirements for storing disposing and retaining information,. They want to ensure that corps are being transparent and they want to ensure that ppl are acting in accordance with the law.

    The next group of ppl are the ppl who are runnig the company. The cxo. They want to ensure they getting the most value out of their people and the most value out of their informaiton. And they want to payback the shareholders or pvt owners of the company.

    Next is the group that is struggling, the legal people. The ppl in corp affairs, the records managers, the compliance officers. This is the group that is hard done by because they are typically beat up on. All those problems with file shares and enforcing corp metadata, these guys are ussually blamed for that. So these are the people that are typically down trodden bc the end user is saying, I don’t want to do this, this isnt helping me out. But these are the ppl responsible for ensuring that the company acts in accordance with the rules that are being pushed down on them and acts in accordance with responsible information management.

    Finally there is this huge gr of ppl.the end users. They justwant to get their job doen and if you going to tax them in any way then they better see a payback for their engagement – 3 mins for every 1 invest,ment. Otherwise its not worth their while an dthey will find alternative solutions. They will store information on USB drives, they will take it home with the,m. they will put it in the cloud.

    If you don’t make it easy for them to get their stuff into an info managemnt repository and see the value of what they doing they just not going to participate.
    So how do we solve all this. A lot of tension goiong on. Ppl with different objective,s, Its possible to bring these people together and to give them a solution.
  • So if you take a look at this history there is a lot of tension, lots of different players involved. The first set of players you see on the screen here are the policymakers that people in govt, law enforcement agencies that are defining the requirements for storing disposing and retaining information,. They want to ensure that corps are being transparent and they want to ensure that ppl are acting in accordance with the law.

    The next group of ppl are the ppl who are runnig the company. The cxo. They want to ensure they getting the most value out of their people and the most value out of their informaiton. And they want to payback the shareholders or pvt owners of the company.

    Next is the group that is struggling, the legal people. The ppl in corp affairs, the records managers, the compliance officers. This is the group that is hard done by because they are typically beat up on. All those problems with file shares and enforcing corp metadata, these guys are ussually blamed for that. So these are the people that are typically down trodden bc the end user is saying, I don’t want to do this, this isnt helping me out. But these are the ppl responsible for ensuring that the company acts in accordance with the rules that are being pushed down on them and acts in accordance with responsible information management.

    Finally there is this huge gr of ppl.the end users. They justwant to get their job doen and if you going to tax them in any way then they better see a payback for their engagement – 3 mins for every 1 invest,ment. Otherwise its not worth their while an dthey will find alternative solutions. They will store information on USB drives, they will take it home with the,m. they will put it in the cloud.

    If you don’t make it easy for them to get their stuff into an info managemnt repository and see the value of what they doing they just not going to participate.
    So how do we solve all this. A lot of tension goiong on. Ppl with different objective,s, Its possible to bring these people together and to give them a solution.
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  • Transcript of "#TechedAfrica Summary for IW"

    1. 1. SUMMARY FOR IW PRESENTED BY VERONIQUE PALMER 9 Movember 2010
    2. 2. Twitter?
    3. 3. - ECM for the Masses - What’s New for IT Pros - Enterprise Search - Architecting a SharePoint Server Farm - Dashboards - Intranet Building - Unleashing the Business End User SESSIONS ATTENDED
    4. 4. 4 ECM for the Masses by Steven Magid (OFC202) 65% project failure rate User empowerment Valueless participation User purpose Value reasons SharePoint 2010 Policy makers
    5. 5. 5 ECM for the Masses by Steven Magid (OFC202) 30 million docs in a library – 4000 per view Folders – permissions, retention schedules Doc ID – duplicates, manual crawl for moved docs Drag n drop Content Type hub – get it right Record Centre access + doc library
    6. 6. 6 Sandbox Solutions : ringfenced + resources = < impact, governance? SSP’s 2007 = Service Architecture in 2010 : own db’s = scalability Upgrade BP = Database Detach and Upgrade : Farm av, content only What’s New for IT Pros by Richard Riley (OFC204)
    7. 7. 7 Enterprise Search by Peter Reid (OFC306) Configure Web parts, best bets, keywords, scopes Extend BCS, federation, terms, rank profiles, XSL edits Create iFilters, OpenSearch, API’s, web parts, custom connectors = Extensible search
    8. 8. 8 Enterprise Search by Peter Reid (OFC306) Small farm 0 – 10 million items Single server, 2 tier setup Medium (shared) 10 – 20 million items Query and Admin servers Medium (dedicated) 20 – 40 million items 6 – 7 servers, redundant Large farm 40 – 100 million items Many as you like, mirrored 22 out of box web parts for search (lots unsealed)
    9. 9. 9 Architecting a SharePoint Farm by Ben Curry (OFC307) Foundation – 4 service apps only No 2 service apps alike No guessing on memory Availability planning – LOB systems Index out, crawl in Separate web servers Adjust SMTP properties in IIS, 2MB default on incoming email Education of users on error msg, trace log, correlation ID
    10. 10. 10 Dashboards by Ryan Jamieson (BIN208) Single Screen Snapshot Story about something to someone Zero learning curve Graphical No scrolling See patterns Uncluttered Remove non essential ink
    11. 11. 11 #FAIL
    12. 12. 12 #FAIL
    13. 13. 13 #PASS
    14. 14. 14 #PASS
    15. 15. 15 Intranet Building by Steven Magid (WTB203) Does your intranet motivate and inspire your staff?
    16. 16. 16 Intranet Building by Steven Magid (WTB203) Build With the right suite of sites Promote Info from collaboration to public access Design A good theme, keep up with trends, uniform across intranet Plan According to your audience (storage, permissions, gov, collab) Govern Required for success (strategic, tactical and content teams)
    17. 17. 17 Unleashing the Business End User by Rian Durandt (BIN218) BI / Analytics / Performance Management Hardware / software / external services / internal efforts In 2010 …. Convergence with other Enterprise themes Collaboration, harnessing search, mining unstructured data = 59.3 Billion Dollars = 79.8 Billion Dollars = 139.1 Billion Dollars (or $381m every day!)
    18. 18. 18 Unleashing the Business End User by Rian Durandt (BIN218) Hermeneutics Ashby’s Law of Requisite Variety Autopoiesis Minger’s Definition
    19. 19. 19 Unleashing the Business End User by Rian Durandt (BIN218) Support for DIY BI not great No empire building Huge training implications Governance!!! Individual priorities vs business’s Steercom + competency centre IT + business Semi x 2 Make it easy
    20. 20. 20 My Overall Impression Bigger picture missing “Just”
    21. 21. 21 Thanks Microsoft! Teched Rocked!
    22. 22. © 2008 Microsoft Corporation. All rights reserved. Microsoft, Windows, Windows Vista and other product names are or may be registered trademarks and/or trademarks in the U.S. and/or other countries. The information herein is for informational purposes only and represents the current view of Microsoft Corporation as of the date of this presentation. Because Microsoft must respond to changing market conditions, it should not be interpreted to be a commitment on the part of Microsoft, and Microsoft cannot guarantee the accuracy of any information provided after the date of this presentation. MICROSOFT MAKES NO WARRANTIES, EXPRESS, IMPLIED OR STATUTORY, AS TO THE INFORMATION IN THIS PRESENTATION.
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