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  • Blog Post: MOSS and Silverlight ... a living example of whats possible

    By our MOSS partner, OBS http://www.wattyl.com.au/Designer Awesome stuff Steve
  • Blog Post: MOSS doing e-commerce

    As MOSS is incresingly used for Internet facing sites, there are a few taking on an e-commerce flavour. Some are using Commerce Server 2007 to drive the e-comm parts of the site. These are the ones I recently found by doing a quick poll of our field people around the world. https://www.dolce...
  • Blog Post: One more ...

    Another good MOSS site in the wild from our partner Vivid Group. http://www.centraltafe.wa.edu.au/Pages/default.aspx Steve
  • Blog Post: More MOSS sites in the wild!

    Some awesome work from our partners Vivid and SDM: Thats Melbourne City (SDM) Sage Automation (SDM) National Native Title Tribunal (Vivid) MYOB's my Business Resource Centre (HotHouse) Siatro
  • Blog Post: Aus Office System Forum 2008 - Melbourne - May 2nd

    A bunch of very passionate Office fans, namely from the MOSSIG User Group, in conjunction with Latrobe Uni have put together this very interesting day for Office 2007 at the Bundoora Campus. http://www.sharepointusers.org.au/MOSSIG/OOSF2008/default.aspx The agenda includes Redmond based Mike Fitzmaurice...
  • Blog Post: Autocad and SharePoint integration

    Have you ever had to deal with this with your customers? Check this out: http://www.cadnection.com/ The high level features of CADnection are as follows: · Check-in/out to SharePoint libraries from AutoCAD, including Xrefs/blocks. · Launch AutoCAD and check-out a file directly from...
  • Blog Post: Update on the Aus SharePoint conference

    ======= Hi All – The Information Worker Business Group of Microsoft Australia has made the decision to run a more focussed SharePoint Forum in the Microsoft Offices in North Ryde in May 2008 for 80-100 attendees from key Partners and Customers, this takes the place of the planned SharePoint Conference...
  • Blog Post: FREE End User training for MOSS - download now!

    This came across my inbox today from my colleague Ian Palangio - fantastic resource for introducing MOSS into green field sites. The final and complete end-user Office SharePoint Server 2007 Training is now available for FREE in the MS Download Center! The training comes with rich set of videos, tutorials...
  • Blog Post: Aussie partner pre-sales training on key IW technologies

    For those responsible for helping sense new opps, close opps, need to understand the 'big' picture and communicate this to prospects, then this set of Level 200 training is ideal. This is not for techies but for pre-sales teams. Get in early as places are filling up fast. 1 Day Jump-Start on Collaboration...
  • Blog Post: No-Charge MOSS Demo Portal extended to Microsoft New Zealand partners!

    I had a quick chat with Emantra today and they said that they are happy to extend this offer to New Zealand partners as well . Siatro
  • Blog Post: Customising the Send To link in SharePoint

    You have to love simple gems like this? http://sharepoint.microsoft.com/blogs/GetThePoint/Lists/Posts/Post.aspx?ID=22 Siatro
  • Blog Post: A free MOSS Portal for Information Worker Competent partners in Australia

    Have you ever wished you could demo a live MOSS environment without having to wheel around large VM's? Have you ever considered leaving a Web site with your customer to play with after you have done your pitch? Have you considered doing a PoC on your customer's premises without having to go through...
  • Blog Post: A couple more MOSS Sites in the wild

    Just spotted these ... http://clubcar.ingersollrand.com/Pages/default.aspx http://irutilityequipment.irco.com/Pages/home.aspx Siatro
  • Blog Post: SharePoint Deployment Services

    If you are a registered partner with good SharePoint skills and is interested in: 1) Us paying you for building SharePoint deployment plans 2) Connecting with larger customers who have Software Assurance (and hence don't have to pay for this) 3) Getting yourself recognised within Microsoft as a go-to...
  • Blog Post: MOSS Dev Training for Bris, Mel and Perth

    Just a reminder that some goodness is on its way for partners - MOSS Dev Training: https://www.local.microsoft.com.au/australia/events/register/home.aspx?levent=129634&linvitation Brisbane Oct 22 - 25th Melbourne Dec 3 - 6th Perth Nov 26 - 29 Siatro
  • Blog Post: SharePoint conferences announced

    Interested in racking up some miles? SharePoint Connections 2007 November 5 - 8, 2007 Mandalay Bay Resort and Casino Las Vegas, NV Join thousands of Microsoft developers DBAs, and Admins and stay on top of the latest in SharePoint, ASP.NET, Visual Studio, SQL Server, .NET Framework 3.0, and more! Train...
  • Blog Post: Some more technical content

    Some interesting techie content published recently Developer-Oriented Videos on Building Portals The Microsoft Office System Developers Conference 2006 featured more than 60 breakout sessions organized in eight technical tracks. In this track, learn how to customize search capabilities, build...
  • Blog Post: End User Blog for SharePoint

    As with any technology, but more so with SharePoint, people and process are just as important in a successful rollout. The following blog is interesting as it can form part of an end user training program. New! SharePoint End User Blog This blog will help SharePoint users understand and use the many...
  • Blog Post: We have re-launched the SharePoint site on MSCOM

    ... about time we got this right. http://www.microsoft.com/sharepoint brings a tonne of content in one place including case studies, demos, upgrading and a learning section. This is still new and we are monitoring click paths etc to see hot we can improve it further but its alot nicer methinx. Enjoy...
  • Blog Post: MOSS/WSS SDK 1.2 released

    MOSS and WSS SDK Kit version 1.2 is now live! Some cute things to watch out for: BDC definition editor, SAP sample, sample workflows and Excel Services User Defined Functions samples plus a whole bunch of document updates. Download from here: http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/details.aspx?FamilyId=6D94E307...
  • Blog Post: Taxonomy management in MOSS

    Rapid for SharePoint by Artemis adds an often requested feature: taxonomy management. Check it out here: http://www.rapid-for-sharepoint.com/free-sharepoint-taxonomy.htm Artemis offer a free Community and free limited Business edition. Siatro
  • Blog Post: Working with large lists in MOSS/WSS

    An excellent whitepaper has been released by Steve Peschka regarding large lists in MOSS/WSS. Common advice has been for perf reasons not exceed 2000 items in a single list. Steve's analysis provides more clarity into this. Test results and findings There is documented guidance for Microsoft...
  • Blog Post: New MOSS courses announced in Aus

    A 4-day developer centric course has just been finalised for Melbourne, Brisbane, Perth based on the very successful Sydney one held this July (another is being panned for Sydney so I will blog it as soon as I hear about it). To get on this training contact your partner account manager and ask them about...
  • Blog Post: Virtual Earth Web Part

    Last month the Office System User Group (MOSSIG) in Melbourne demonstrated a cool web part which uses VE to plot items from a list. This is a snippet from their latest newsletter: Virtual Earth Web Part At last months meeting, Daniel Colarossi showed us how we could use...
  • Blog Post: New Demos to Show the Benefits of Migrating Lotus Domino Apps to MOSS 2007.

    There are some new click through demos which help demonstrate the collaboration capabilities of SharePoint to existing Lotus Notes customers. Transporter Suite 2007 for Lotus Domino Demo: Application Data Migration - Application migration to MOSS using Transporter Suite 2007. Project Tracking...
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