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    WSS V3 (Windows sharepoint services)

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    WSSV3 is a web site provisioning engine which helps the enterprise to create secure web sites for both intranet and extranet environment enabling collaboration and information sharing. Windows SharePoint services are technology to improve efficiency...
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    MOSS2007 and Office 2007 Client Applications

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    Close integration of Windows SharePoint Services with Microsoft Office Client(s) for authoring, publishing, organizing, and finding information helps users get up to speed quickly. Integration with Office Client applications m ake it easy for users to...
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    Benefits of deploying Microsoft Office SharePoint Server 2007

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    § Provide a single workspace to coordinate schedules, organize documents, discussions within the organization and over the extranet. § Easily author and manage documents, with check out, versioning capabilities and recycle bin facility. § Blogs...
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    WCF – High level overview

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    Windows communication foundation is a unified programming framework to create secure, reliable, transacted, service oriented distributed applications. WCF is part of WinFX, the next generation programming model for windows vista and beyond. WCF is written...
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    Mid-Atlantic Code Camp

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    Upcoming code camps: Saturday, April 22nd - Richmond, VA : Register Saturday, May 13th - Philadelphia, PA - SQL Server 2005 : More Info Saturday, June 10th - Reston, VA : Call for Speakers - Register Saturday, June 24th - Philadelphia, PA - Application...
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    SaaS considerations

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    SaaS provides a lot of benefits like lower up-front costs, speedy deployment, free maintenance and upgrades, and minimal or no customization but easy configuration options. There are few risks to SaaS solutions which should be considered before jumping...
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    Extension Methods

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    How many times have we designed a utility class for shared functions that can be used across different projects. Some of these utility methods are written to extend existing types, adding methods like IsEmpty method for a dataset. Eg; public...
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    IIS 7

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    Internet Information Servers 7.0 (IIS7) provides a secure, easy to manage platform for developing and reliably hosting Web applications and services. With IIS7 you can: Minimize patching and security risks with fine grained control over Web server...
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    Webcast series, “Windows Vista: Improve Your Desktop Security and Deployment Strategy”

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    We have some incredible webcasts to bring you during the month of June. Not only is there a great line-up of topics, there are also some incredible speakers that are presenting. You can find more information on this series on the Windows Vista landing...
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    Windows Vista Beta 2

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    Windows Vista Beta 2 is now available for IT professionals and developers with MSDN and TechNet subscriptions. In the coming weeks, Microsoft will start the Windows Vista Customer Preview Program (CPP) for developers and IT professionals who are not members...
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    Vista ready PC

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    My chiropractor is a very tech savvy guy, he is always talking about technology with me and really gets excited talking about Xbox and Vista. His questions always prompt me to learn more about the capabilities of Xbox and Vista. The other day he asked...
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    Vista preview

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    Vista in Action http://www.seewindowsvista.com/
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    WinFX is now .Net 3.0

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    The next version of Microsoft development framework that ships with Vista and has a down-level support for XP and Win2k3, which was also known as WinFX gets a new name - .Net 3.0. The name change from WinFX to .Net3.0 is an attempt to lessen the confusion...
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    SSIS

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    The ability of SSIS to integrate different technologies manipulates data, like “fuzzy logic” based data cleansing components. Support for complex data routing in SSIS allows anomalous data to not only be identified, but also be automatically corrected...
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    A Big Hi

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    I have recently joined Microsoft as an Independent Software Vendor Architect Evangelist, covering the DC and PA area. My role as described by my boss ( Larry Gregory ) is “Improving partner satisfaction and accelerating platform adoption by...
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    Pivot Table productivity

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    PivotTables are designed to help users make sense of large amounts of data by providing an easy way to quickly reorient the data and build a summarized report. Main improvements in the Pivot table interface which makes the user productive are A...
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    Excel 2007 visualization features

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    The new visualization feature of Excel 2007 provides users several methods of graphically representing numerical data, making it easier for them to understand relationships and trends. User can add data bars to the columns of data, allowing them to visually...
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    Excel services

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    Excel Services gives users a way to deal with challenges related to sharing and versioning of spreadsheets. Using Excel services, a spreadsheet author is able to save their spreadsheet to a SharePoint document library and give other users browser-based...
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    CTO Summit

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    arcCast and arcLab for Nov and Dec 2006

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    arcCast An arcCast is a web cast for architects. Every 2 months there will be a series of 6 arcCasts run over a 2 week period. To help ensure you are able to make the arcCasts, we will repeat them a few times on the same day. Please register...
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    Microsoft SaaS resources

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    Ø http://www.microsoft.com/saas Ø SaaS Architectural Guidance Ø Guidance for Application Hosters Ø Service Provider License Agreement Ø SaaS Onramp Program http://blogs.zdnet.com/SAAS/index.php?p=239
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    MCMS 2 to MOSS 2007

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    When MCMS 2002 is migrated to MOSS 2007 the images are moved to image libraries and other resources are moved to document libraries. These SharePoint libraries provide versioning, workflow, alerts, and check-in/check-out functionality previously unavailable...
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